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Mini Global GPS Tracker with GPRS connection

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  • Silent listener in Monitoring Mode
  • Global coverage with quad-band GSM frequency
  • Multiple function through SMS
  • SOS Function, Compact and Easy to use
  • GPRS and Internet application
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  • Boxed-product Weight: 408 g
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  • Item model number: 1275534100-3
  • ASIN: B003XDQUQE
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 25 July 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (139 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,484 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

New Mini Global GPS Tracker for everyone (including yourself, your wife, your kids, your pet, your gold stash and everything else!). With compact design, convenient SMS functions and the latest in GPS tracking technology, it is the one all-purpose tracker for everyone needing to track their valuable asset and loved ones. Easy to use: All you need is a working SIM card to insert into the unit, charge the battery, and you are ready to go. With Quad-Band GSM connectivity, it works anywhere in the world. It even comes with a handy weatherproof bag to attach to your belt or backpack. Tracks Everyone and Everything: Outdoor sports and recreation : Hiking, biking, skiing, mountaineering, etc, whatever your sport is, take one with you and your loved ones will have peace of mind while knowing exactly where you are. Surveillance : Secretly put it with a person, or his belonging, and you can monitoring where they are going. It comes with a magnetic back cover to attach itself to any steel object, consciously or "unconsciously"! Children and Seniors Citizens : drop it in their pocket or backpack and you will never have to worry about them getting lost again. All you need to do is make a call to the Mini Global GPS Tracker and it will text back their exact location to you instantly! Apart from these simple track-n-trace functions, it also has more advanced functions such as: - SOS button: It sends "Help ME" and location of the tracker to all authorized numbers. - Geo-fencing control: When the tracker moves in/out the preset scope, it will send an SMS alarm to the authorized phone number. - GPRS: With a GPRS enabled SIM card, you can monitor realtime movement of the tracker with the supplied software on your computer. At Glance... Compact and Easy to use Global coverage with quad-band GSM frequency Multiple function through SMS SOS Function Silent listener in Monitoring Mode GPRS and Internet application NOTE: This GSM

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Customer Reviews

2.8 out of 5 stars

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168 of 172 people found the following review helpful By kenholmes on 25 Jun. 2011
I have a 21 year old son with special needs who likes to go missing every now and then - we've had shopping centre security and police out looking for him several times. I was looking for a way to use technology to find him when this happens. He has a simple mobile phone which I tried tracking but it just wasn't accurate enough for our purposes. So I bought this device about two weeks ago and have been trying it out. I was concerned that GPS wouldn't work indoors but it seems to with little problem. This device is easy to set up, easy to use and seems so far to give a very accurate, reliable fix on where he is at any particular time, probably to within about 10-20 metres. It works when he's at college, on the bus and walking home, although I have yet to try it in a shopping centre.

You get two batteries, a charger that allows you to either charge the device with the battery in or charge the other battery whilst the device is in use elsewhere. To obtain a fix all you do is phone the number of the sim card you have installed (I am using an O2 pay as you go). It rings twice then hangs up and then sends you a text message with a link to google maps which shows the location of the device. I have an iphone and it is very easy to use with this - I just click on the text message and it opens google maps and zooms in on the location (note that you have to change the default option to get it to send a link rather than latitude and longitude).

The only two things to be aware of are that the battery only lasts about 24 - 36 hours so needs charging every night and the user manual is not a particularly good translation from Chinese (but still understandable on the whole).

Other options I looked at were £200 plus and required a subscription at £30 pcm or so. This does what I want and is affordable. I have been buying from Amazon for years and this is the first review I have written - I like it that much!
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91 of 93 people found the following review helpful By batman on 13 Oct. 2013
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1. Plug the SIM card you are going to use with the gps into a phone.
2. Turn off the sim lock. This is very important
3. Cancel any call diverts. this is very important
4. Fully charge the battery for at least eight hours
5. Insert the sim into the gps.
6. Go outside, into an area with a clear line to the sky from all angles, a field, or park is great.
7. Turn on the unit,
8. Wait. At least three minutes.
9. Cal the SIM card in the gps.
10. If all is good, the phone will show two rings and hang up.
11. Within 10-30 seconds, you will receive an SMS message with the gps co ods and a link to google maps,

I spent ages mucking around to get this working and until I did the above, it did not work!

Follow the above, to the letter and it's 100% perfect.
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51 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Tony M on 20 July 2011
Pros - the device came very well packaged and presented, and I was pleased to find that there was not only a spare battery but also a separate charger and a small waterproof case with a magnetic strip, although you probably wouldn't want to rely too much on the latter to hold it in a bumpy environment. The manual took a little deciphering but was not too bad and, once the battery was installed, it all started working very quickly.

The unit is much smaller and lighter than I expected from the photos and could quite easily be put in a coat or bag.

I was amazed at how accurate it was: the first reading was correct to about 2 metres. Occasionally readings are a little further away, but rarely more than 20-30 metres, and usually it is 5-10 metres. That should be more than accurate enough for most people! I was also impressed with how well it received a signal, even buried below stuff in a car.

Cons - the first unit I received gave a location ok but did not show speed. That, in turn, meant that the Geofence, Movement Alert and Overspeed functions didn't work. I contacted the suppliers about this and, after an initial hiccup, they could not have been more helpful and sent me a replacement straightaway with no quibbling, followed by helpful suggestions by email and phone. The replacement unit worked better in that showed speed but the Geofence - this was the main attraction of the unit for me - still did not really work; the Movement and Overspeed funtions did work, but then occasionally kept sending me repeat text alerts after the first one, sometimes 10-15 times. Make sure you have plenty of text credits on your SIM card!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Wilson Family on 18 May 2014
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I don't recommend this product. I received it and it worked for about 30 minutes before giving up. Not matter what I tried it refused to work or to re-set. Checked the original manufacturers website using the IMEI number on the device and the site informed me this is a not a genuine device.
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67 of 76 people found the following review helpful By ski_uk on 3 Aug. 2011
I looked around for a GPS tracker which does two things, is not bank breaking cost, and does not need a subscription to get updates on a location of the unit / whatever it's attached to. To this end, this unit does both what I wanted.

You get two batteries which are small, appear to be of style used in some Nokia phones, and is available to buy on Amazon, which is good to know to get spare batteries if you need to. The charger plug I got (maybe depends on seller you choose?) is two pin European style / shaver plug, so you may need a shaver adaptor to use the charger. There's a light on the charger plug to say it's on, and another on the charger itself which lights green when it's finished. You may need to cycle the charge a few times to get decent capacity of the batteries.

The main point of my purchase was the ability to get GPS position without contracts, so you can get yourself a pay as you go SIM chip, top up, and get SMS messages telling you the location of the device, also tells you the charge level of the battery, either F for full or L for low. When it gets low, it sends two SMS messages (with location) to tell you that it is running low, but continues sending messages as normal until the battery goes dead. Message get sent to any device that asks for the GPS data.

I gave the unit a difficult test, charge the battery then sent it into Europe for a journey approx 24 hours. I told the unit to send it's position every 1/2 hour.. so 50 texts and 24 hours later as it was still going, but with the battery low. So it should last for most reasonable journeys.

You can dial in to the GPS to use it's microohone to listen in on the location, but I didn't get good sound from it, picks up everything!
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