Keep track of your kids with GPS

Katie Tech

Turn your kids against you by refusing to kit them out with the latest mobile phone and hand them this little gadget instead. The Sazo is about the size of a credit card and comes with a GPS (Global Positioning System) on board which lets you keep tabs on the whereabouts of your tots at all times. Personally, I’m of the view that children should be able to go off and sniff glue outside the back of Blockbuster video if that’s what they want – it’s all part of those important childhood experiences. The last thing you want when you’re swigging cheap cider out of a 2 litre bottle in the Rec is for your mum to show up to herd you home. Having said that, bearing in mind the things I used to get up to as a child, my own children will be lucky if I even let them set foot outside the house until they turn 21.

The Verify Location Sazo means parents can pinpoint the fruit of their loins’ location to within a few metres via the internet on a PC or a mobile phone. There are two version of the Sazo and the more expensive one can also be used to make and receive voice calls. The Sazo also features a panic button which, if pressed, automatically sends a text message to the parent. The device costs £100 with a monthly service charge starting at £10.

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By Katie | July 8th, 2005

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