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Spy Tec Real Time GPS Tracker

By: on September 06, 2016
$69.95
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No good can come of consumers using 100% accurate real-time GPS tracking...except monthly subscription rates as low as $25 with no contract or activation fees! "Yahtzee!" says my Aunt Jan. Oh cousin Ricky, you poor bastard. Thinking going to college two states away would pry you out from under the smothering, dictatorial thumb of your mother.

Spy Tec's Mini Portable GPS Tracker uses both GPS satellite technology to home in on your target's whereabouts and a 3-axis accelerometer to improve motion detection accuracy. It's just a little bigger than a matchbox for surreptitious placement, and with its waterproof magnetic case (sold separately) you can also stick it underneath a vehicle.

Check out your trackers stats on any device, including computers, tables, and mobile phones via the Spy Tec GPS platform. If you choose it as part of your service, you'll also be able to call up activity records for up to a year, including customizable reports on speed, time, and position across Google Maps. You can also use the platform's geo-fencing feature, a handy little tool that allows you to "fence off" certain areas of your map and receive alerts when the tracker enters or leaves the boundaries.

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