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Duo Portable Security Sensor

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Feb 13, 2018

Category: Tech

Nothing ruins a good trip quite like finding out that your luggage has gone missing. That is, unless you subsequently find out that it was actually stolen. Well now you can protect your checked bags (or whatever else you want) with the Duo Portable Security Sensor.

Small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, this clever tracking device doesn’t rely on a Wi-Fi signal – opting instead for dedicated cellular connectivity. Which means, even off-grid, you can still use it to keep your gear safe. All you have to do is set it up and wait. If would-be thieves try to snatch your stuff, both motion and light will activate this device, sending you SMS messages alerts as to where it has been taken – giving you a chance to find it and take it back. It also has up to a year of battery life, so you don’t have to keep it plugged in, and it works instantly across up to 200 countries without any additional setup. Back the project on IndieGoGo now starting at $199.

IndieGoGo: $199+

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