Did you know that, on average, more than 2,000 children are reported missing everyday?
As a parent, your child’s safety is of utmost importance. Although this a world of instant communication, sometimes a smartphone simply isn’t enough to insure the safety of your children. A teenager can choose to send your call straight to voicemail; a 7-year old may not even have a smartphone. Trackimo — a GPS child tracking device — is your solution. Know they are safe even you can’t be with them.
Protect Your Children,
Keep Them Safe With Trackimo
- Real Time Location TrackingAlways know where your child is via smartphone or PC. This provides peace of mind to parents.
- SOS AlertsReceive instant alerts when your child presses the SOS button. This function provides maximum child safety.
- Safe Zone AlertsSet the geo fences and it will alert you by email or SMS whenever your child leaves the predefined area.
- Live GPS Tracking MapCheck your child’s location, on a map, in real time.
Trackimo is the smarter way to track your children anytime, anywhere
Our unique features make sure that your kids are protected.
It provides you a full view of your kid’s activity, demonstrating the precise path taken.
You can’t always be with your kids, but Trackimo can keep you connected.
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Includes Free GPS service for the first year – Only $5 per month after, the lowest monthly service cost of any tracking device worldwide. No contractual obligation whatsoever. No further hidden cost or fees.
What’s in the box:
- 1 Trackimo™ GPS child tracking device
- Worldwide SIM card included
- 1 Micro USB charging cable
- 2 battery doors, one of which has a belt clip
- 1 Battery
- Silicone case
- Magnetic attachment
According to National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, it would seem that 800,000 go missing but a further 500,000 kids can be added if you include the numbers that don’t get reported. Of those reported, there are 1,370 child “family abduction” cases, 270 child “lost and injured” cases, and 115 child “stranger abduction” cases each year, which means the child was taken by an unknown person.