Here’s the “World’s Smallest” GPS Watch for Kids
The hereO GPS watch is claimed to be the world’s smallest real-time GPS tracking device designed for children three years and up.
Working in sync with the hereO family location app, the watch functions as a tracker, enabling parents to know their children’s whereabouts directly on their mobile phones.
The SIM-based hereO GPS watch was designed for everyday wear, with a battery lasting up 24-72 hours (depending on usage).
Featuring an optional childproof locking mechanism to keep the watch on during the roughest of play and made to be water resistant, the watch also includes a panic alert that can be easily triggered by the child in any scary situation.
Features of the hereO watch:
Enables parents to create safe zones around specific areas such as home, school or work and will notify them when a child arrives or leaves the designated “safe” place.
Comes with a built-in panic alert and tamper proof motion sensor technology.
Comes with a built-in SIM-card that works in more than 140 countries without roaming fees.
Available in 4 kid-approved colors: Pink Sunshine, Turquoise Delight, Red Blaze and Blue Panther.
The hereO GPS watch is now on sale for preorder on Indiegogo, starting at $99, with a 6-month subscription included and $4.95 per month thereafter.
Retail price will be at $149 for the hereO watch, with a 3-month subscription included and $4.95 subscription per month thereafter.