GPS Recorders - Precise Tracking Your Wallet Likes Too

By: Gary Rogers

If you've ever wanted to keep an eye on a son, daughter, or spouse, you know it's not easy; there's always a risk of being caught and them getting upset with you, and also you likely have something better to be doing during that time (or don't you?). Besides, most of us tend to think that following someone is criminal and underhanded.

So how do you find out someone's whereabouts without actually following them?

The answer is a Global Positioning System GPS recorder. The GPS Recorder is a system that uses satellites to pinpoint the exact location of an object that has a GPS transmitter on it. A GPS Recorder is a GPS transmitter that remembers its movements using GPS satellites.

You would use a GPS Recorder by putting it on the object you want to track and letting that object move around. The GPS Recorder unit, which measures just four inches in length (small enough to fit in the palm of your hand), need not be in plain view; it can be hidden safely to avoid its discovery. This object can be a car, backpack, or even a bike if you can hide it well enough as long as it gets a slight view of the sky where the satellites are.

When you are ready, you retrieve the unit and plug it into your computer via USB. The software that comes with it will show you the route traveled against the backdrop of a map and how long it stayed in one place each time it stopped. Other details about the trip are included, such as time, date, speed, etc. The GPS Recorder is accurate within 2.5 meters - 8.2 feet, and can last up to four weeks on average using the motion-activation feature.

The GPS Recorder is available for $249 from SpyZone.com and requires absolutely no subscription or cost after the price of the unit. For more information and detailed specifications, visit

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