GTrek II GPS Data Recorder
Most parents would ask their teen who has just received the freedom badge – wait a minute here, I meant the driving license, this question when he/she breaks the agreed curfew hour, “Where’ve you been?” Well, thank the heavens that modern technology will help solve and answer many of your questions, especially with the GTrek II GPS Data Recorder coming in handy to track your (once) little one.
It might seem like an invasion of privacy, but paranoid android parents will think that it is £99.99 well spent. After all, just what exactly does the GTrek II GPS Data Recorder do? It is perfect for logging any kind of long journey, regardless of whether it is a countryside outing or a round-the-world trip.
The GTrek II GPS Data Recorder will keep track of where you have been, keeping teens on their toes – but not only that, it can also work equally well for adventurers who want to share their interesting trips with family and friends, leading the way to undiscovered local points of interest as well.
Of course, turning it off will stop the GTrek II from tracking you, and since there isn’t any display to worry about, all you need to do is pay attention to the LED – if it flashes in orange, that means it is working. As the GTrek II does not broadcast any signal, it is safe to use on aeroplanes even, but we are quite sure the attendants will not understand.