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  1. #1
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    Buddy Tracker - GPS track your children

    Best buy is selling "Little Buddy Tracker". Now you can track your child? Of course it is not fool-proof (unless you get your kid to eat it ).


    Here is the product site and description:

    Buy Buddy Tracker

    Keep tabs on your child at all times with this small but sophisticated device that combines GPS and cellular technology to provide you with real-time location updates. The small and lightweight Little Buddy transmitter fits easily into a backpack, lunchbox or other receptacle, making it easy for your child to carry so you can check his or her location at any time using a smartphone or computer. Customizable safety checks allow you to establish specific times and locations where your child is supposed to be for example, in school causing the device to alert you with a text message if your child leaves the designated area during that time. Additional real-time alerts let you know when the device's battery is running low so you can take steps to ensure your monitoring isn't interrupted.

  2. #2
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    This sounds great for places like amusement parks also!! I think it would be too easy for a perp to "lose" this if it was in a backpack or some such. I wonder how large it is, as I would put it "on" the child.

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    Teens will just love this.....LOL

  4. #4
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    Wasn't this an ad here for awhile?

    Reminds me of the GPS tracker we had for my youngest DD's life jacket, we made her keep it on when we were fishing in the ocean...
    <Click on User CP>
    Scroll down and on the left
    <Click on Edit Ignore List>
    In add a Member to your list
    <start typing the name of the person you want to ignore>
    <Click on OKay>

    IF WE COOK IT THEY WILL COME!


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    Quote Originally Posted by octobermoon View Post
    Teens will just love this.....LOL
    Oh...Cool...I can hide it under her truck hood
    <Click on User CP>
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    <Click on Edit Ignore List>
    In add a Member to your list
    <start typing the name of the person you want to ignore>
    <Click on OKay>

    IF WE COOK IT THEY WILL COME!


  6. #6
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    I'm disappointed that not one of you ingenious ladies thought of tracking your husband.

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    Finally! Nice to be pro-active something had to come out to help us keep all children safe.
    I will be getting a few!

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    Me and my husband were talking the other day about how people should be chipped. That way cops could keep better track of criminals and missing children could be found. I know some may disagree but it just seems like a good idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sniperacer View Post
    I'm disappointed that not one of you ingenious ladies thought of tracking your husband.


    LOL
    Last edited by octobermoon; 10-28-2009 at 08:27 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmandaBrown23 View Post
    Me and my husband were talking the other day about how people should be chipped. That way cops could keep better track of criminals and missing children could be found. I know some may disagree but it just seems like a good idea.
    I have often thought about this too. My cat is microchipped...and it is harmless to her. I know a lot of people would be against it but missing children cases are so upsetting I think it would be worth it to do.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sniperacer View Post
    I'm disappointed that not one of you ingenious ladies thought of tracking your husband.
    That's easy, he's at home or he's at work LOL...He can't afford child support for six kids
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    <start typing the name of the person you want to ignore>
    <Click on OKay>

    IF WE COOK IT THEY WILL COME!




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