Keruve GPS Watch for creepy stalker types

by AndrewD

Aren’t you glad you gave your girlfriend that Keruve GPS Watch? Now you can track her every movement and see what that harlot is up to at all times. And you can also be issued a massive restraining order. But that’s for another discussion. Let’s stick to the topic at hand, shall we?

Originally marketed to Alzheimer’s patients, the Keruva GPS Watch can also be used for some suspicious privacy invasion, as well as tracking your kids in scarily close detail. The device looks just like a normal watch, except the user can’t remove it without having access to the proper mechanism. So once it’s on, it stays on until your stalker wants to remove it.

The watch transmits a constant GPS position to the included handset, which pinpoints the user’s location for the searcher. The watch also allows users to set certain perimeters, which when passed, will send out a warning notification to show that the barrier has been breached.

While the non-removable Keruve GPS Watch probably won’t fool your girlfriend into thinking it’s just a harmless gift, it does have its purposes, as imposing as they might seem to some. Making sure your 12 year old isn’t bar-hopping is one of the reasons we can see this being used.

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Thomas Bailey Says: November 6, 2008 at 10:31 pm

When I was 4 years old, I would have needed this, as I was hyperactive.

Nancy Peterson Says: December 28, 2011 at 3:00 pm

In October I ordered a Keruve GPS tracking watch for someone in my family with Alzheimer’s. The online sales pitch said 30 day free trial and guaranteed return. It was shipped from Spain, I paid the $45 customs fee in addition to the $1,450 cost of the device. I could not operate the “safety” clasp and within two days said I had to return the unworn watch and the unwrapped gps tracking screen. Finally, within the 30 days I received their “permission” to returned it and know that it arrived in Spain in a week. The company that sells and ships the Keruve watch is Vision Sistemas Localizacion in Espartinas, Spain. Six weeks has passed and they have not processed a credit. I suspect this company has no customer service staff and no plan for handling returns and credits. The only person you deal with claims my returned device must be somewhere in Spanish customs and there is nothing he can do about it. Buyers beware.

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