Trax Personal GPS Locator

Feb 20, 2014

Category: Tech

In the 20th century, when you lost sight of your child in a department store, your options were A) start screaming his or her name B) have a store employee start screaming his or her name, or C) chalk it up to fate and go see what was on sale in electronics.

In the 21st century, there’s a better way. Give the little tyke Trax, a personal GPS device that’s really small, sturdy, and makes finding a missing child or pet a snap through your smartphone. Put it in a pocket or clip it to a collar, download the app, and you’re all set to see where they are. The position of the tracker is always ‘live’ and not buffered, so if Trax tells you little Jacob is in Victoria’s Secret, you can bet he’s knee-deep in 2-for-1 panties. You can create your own safe zones to receive alerts whenever the Trax device enters or exits those areas, and the water-resistant plastic case protects the hardware inside. Check out the video below. [Purchase]

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