Buddi "Brat Nav" GPS tracking – you know, for kids

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buddi.jpgYou know, as much as I don’t agree with parents leaving young children unattended there comes a time to let go. I was one of those nice (okay, dull) children who pretty much told my parents where I’d be and when I’d get back and more or less stuck to it, so maybe that’s why I’m not fussed about gluing tracers to the kids I might one day have.

Still, if your bundles of joy aren’t being quite so honest with you, then Buddi will help you trace them. The GPS trackers can be traced on Buddi’s website to within 3m accuracy, and also have an emergency services panic button built in. But… if they’re not telling you where they are in the first place, what makes you think they’ll carry this around? I’d just strap it to the cat – oh, wait, there’s a PetBuddi for that anyway. £299 for the gadget, £240/year for the subscription.

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By Staff Writer | September 21st, 2007

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  • Tony

    Seen this device abit misleading when they say can loacte indoors this is not true as GPS does not work indoors and AGPS is not avaiable in the UK.

    Very expensive compaired to the other personal tracker available from £99.99. (ie. SAZO GPS, Mindme, Skymind, Gphone etc)

    The function are also not as good as the others.

    Best of Luck…..

  • http://www.sazo.co.uk Denise

    Agree with Tony, I have a SAZO GPS, nothing bad to say the battery life is excellent, accuracy spot on, even picks up GPS indoors to within 3m of outside wall or near a window.

    Easy to use and very inexpense compaired to buddi, only £99.99.