Now I trust my boyfriend, honest I do. He may occasionally run late/forget where we’re meeting/ smell suspiciously fragrant, but hey, he just likes to borrow my products right? But imagine if all this occurred and we didn’t have a mutual bond of trust and respect. I might be tempted to use the Zoombak to secretly keep tags on his whereabouts and check up on him… a LOT.
Say hello to the Zoombak, the credit card sized personal GPS, which, as it says in the marketing, ‘keeps track ‘real-time and on-demand’ of what matters to you most.‘
True, they suggest you use it on pets, teen drivers, cars, bikes but a boyfriend is just as valuable. Simply activate it online, and its position will be shown on the map. You can opt for either a standard road map or satellite view using Microsoft Virtual Earth
You can set alerts that run by email or text message that tell you when people have arrived at locations, for instance, ‘Zara has got to work’, or ‘X has arrived at this shop’. It would be useful if you had your bag stolen, but I’m not sure how Morse you’d like to get in tracking down the thief.
Ad you don’t need to use your computer to check as you can keep tabs on the device by your mobile, or by calling CUSTOMER SERVICE where a person will tell you where your device is.
It runs off A-GPS, the latest style GPS on the block which provides users with accurate location info and you have three options to choose from
You can either have the pet version, the car and family tracker version (with included adapters) or my favorite, the personal tracker. After all, they’re the ones who say it ‘will give people peace of mind of knowing where they are when they’re not with you!” Beware cheating spouses everywhere…
£99.99 from Zooombak plus a monthly fee of £9.99
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