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  1. In 1 of my caches uses an arduino. It creates a Bluetooth beacon that you can connect your Phone to. For that you need a custom App I made (unfortunately just android). The coords of the cache are not exact. So the Checher moves around as the Bluetooth signal gets better. When they reach the maximum proximity. You arrived at the cache. For that I used a cheap HC-06 bluetooth module of of banggod for around 3$(link: https://bit.ly/2JYxJ90) and a arduino for arround 5$ of of Banggood.
  2. An arduino is an Open Source board. You can program it via your computer and make it blink an LED for example. They are also often used in geocaches for example in a Gadgetcache: Puzzle Games, Reaction Game(Press the button as fast as you can[eg]) and the limitation is up to you... 1 of my caches uses an arduino. It creates a Bluetooth beacon that you can connect your Phone to. For that you need a custom App I made (unfortunately just android). The coords of the cache are not exact. So the Checher moves around as the Bluetooth signal gets better. When they reach the maximum proximity. You arrived at the cache. For that I used a cheap HC-06 bluetooth module of of banggod for around 3$(link: https://bit.ly/2JYxJ90) and a arduino for arround 5$ of of Banggood.
  3. Even here in Portugal. They are very common specially close/on public toilets xD. I quite like this type of format cache. Certainly a good idea as a waypoint for multicaches. I myself have 2 of these in Sesimbra, Portugal. They are easy to make. You can get any type of sign of the internet. These are the magnets i used: https://goo.gl/CJ1Jtp they are quite strong noedymium magnets of of Banggood. Pack of 50 about 3$. they can simply be superglued to the back of the sign. For muggles it woun't be different than any other sign. xD Sorry if i made any mistakes
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