Cache sizes for all caches that have a physical container.
Micro - includes "nano", 35 mm film canister, bison tubes, etc., typically containing only a logbook
Small - decon container, sandwich-sized Tupperware-style container or similar, holds trade items as well as a logbook
Regular - standard lock-n-lock or similar containers
Large - larger lock-n-lock style containers or ammo cans
Extra Large - 5 gallon bucket or larger
A password is required to log the cache found. See the specific cache description for instructions from the hider for obtaining the password. Passwords are required for BITcaches(TM) and particularly useful for virtuals, but can also be used with other cache types. When hiding a cache that will not require a password, leave this field blank. Log Passwords are not case sensitive.
KnowsOpie wrote:OMG, like this thread is so old!
I'm pondering BIT caches and nanos. I never liked Munzee crap because it's pasted to public property and not hidden. I guess almost all geocachers have or use smartphones, and QR codes are common now, so would BIT caches be a good idea? Can you just stuff one in a poly tube, hide it at an interesting location, and call that a BIT cache?
What if there is already a published geocache listed on another site nearby? I don't think that the two would conflict, the BIT cache thingy pretty much explains what it is.
KnowsOpie wrote:I guess I confused them with Munzee and compared them with nanos that are log only crap. So nothing would be wrong with attaching one to a small cache, like taping them inside a dry box or an altoids tin then?
if someone is using their smartphone to navigate to a cache, they are already "on the cache page" or can log the find using whatever app. But I don't log in the field (no data). what says you Mr.Yuck or others? Do you scan the QR codes on BIT caches to log them in the field?
TermiteHunter wrote:Scanning the code is probably more likely to be used by someone not familiar with OCNA and BITs and may be the first time they become aware of OCNA
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