iTrack 2 GSM GPRS GPS Portable Tracker – Zero Monthly Fees Service

  • Uses Cellular and GPS Technology – Designed to be used in conjunction with cell towers and GPS satellites, all you will need to operate this simple beauty is a pre-paid SIM card. The iTrack 2.0 uses up to 32 satellite channels and cellular towers for accuracy within 10 feet.
  • 2 Month Battery Life – The iTrack 2.0 comes equipped with a long life Lithium-Ion battery that last up to 2 months on a single charge. Yet it takes only 6 hours to recharge (12 hours for the first use).
  • Amplified GPS & Cellular Antennas – If you’re looking for stonger reception in rural areas, these antennas will amplify the signal by more than double the average tracking devices capabilities.
  • Multiple Tracking Modes – You have the option of setting your iTrack 2.0 to report its location as often as every 10 seconds or every 4 hours – it depends on how often you want the iTrack 2.0 to report its precise location. You can also use the On Demand tracking feature – the iTrack 2.0 only reports its location when prompted – to extend battery life.
  • Geo-Fencing – Have a wiley teenager? You can pre-set a Geo-fence zone to alert you every time Timmy the Teenager goes outside a specified zone – Timmy will never be able to go to the wrong side of tracks without your knowledge. Zones can be as big or as small as you want them to be – you decide what is “off-limits”.

Specifically designed with Joe the Plumber in mind, the iTrack 2.0 is easier to use than a cell phone and cheaper to operate than most GPS services on the market. There aren’t any “special” codes to memorize and you won’t need to take any college-level computer courses to learn how to use it. If you can use Google or Yahoo maps, you’ll find where your iTrack 2.0 is – quickly and accurately.      Motion Activated
The iTrack 2.0 can be programmed to start reporting down to every 10 secon

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List Price: $ 299.99

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