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anyone every tried one of these locators out?


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thats neat

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I use gps tracking in my daughters phone through Verizon. It's called Chaperone. She actually needs to have the phone with her, and have it on. There is a monthly charge of around $9.95.

The brickhouse one would be good for small children for immediate notification. It is, however, limited to a 600ft range. It does not use gps, hence there is no monthly charge. It is a better solution for small children, as with immediate notification, they should not get outside the 600ft range.

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That "tag" looks comparable to a key fob. How would you put this on a kid? For a dog that likes to jump in the occassional puddle or creek is it water proof?
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That's what I was wondering, I want something like the brickhouse that also uses GPS to pinpoint the location. Heck I would prefer and under the skin implant for my daughter.




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dont people just normally use a children leash for this purpose?
i suppose you could just put a tie down out in the yard.. it would keep them contained as well
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Or an electric fence?
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For your kids? what good is an electric fence gonna do if they are being kidnapped by some whackjob?

If someone kidnaps my kid I need to be able to locate them to:

1. get them home safely
2. put a bullet in the MF'rs head that took them.




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Or an electric fence?
we are looking at a bit of acreage and having this discussion right now about the dog...

Looks like "invisible fencing" will probably be the answer... So she can have run of the whole lot (20 acres)....

So.. What I am hearing is I should buy 2 collars?


oh god.. i feel crappy even joking about that.. didnt some asshole just get prison time for putting a shock collar on his kids?
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That's what I was wondering, I want something like the brickhouse that also uses GPS to pinpoint the location. Heck I would prefer and under the skin implant for my daughter.
you going to put her on a leash?

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For your kids? what good is an electric fence gonna do if they are being kidnapped by some whackjob?
Most kids are kidnapped by relatives.

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you going to put her on a leash?

theres a pedomonkey on the kids back.
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Most kids are kidnapped by relatives.
I think whackjob still covers it.

Besides who cares who takes them, someone takes your kid you want them back. I'm just trying to find a good tracking solution here. It's not like you can reley on the cops for this kind of stuff.




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I think whackjob still covers it.

Besides who cares who takes them, someone takes your kid you want them back. I'm just trying to find a good tracking solution here. It's not like you can reley on the cops for this kind of stuff.
I gave you the info on the one with the GPS.

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I gave you the info on the one with the GPS.
too big, I need something small, I cant stick a cell phone to a 16 month old.




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For your kids? what good is an electric fence gonna do if they are being kidnapped by some whackjob?

If someone kidnaps my kid I need to be able to locate them to:

1. get them home safely
2. put a bullet in the MF'rs head that took them.

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GPS implant is suppose to come out within a couple of years. Hopefully, the liberals don't make it illegal.


Only thing you can do is implement a GPS marker on your kids jewelry(if small enough) or in their clothing.
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too big, I need something small, I cant stick a cell phone to a 16 month old.
but even a keyfob.. will get tugged on, pulled off.. eaten (or attempted to)
nothing compares to keeping your eye..

nothing happened to kick all this up did it?

I know Keira is pretty much never ever out of our sight or someone who is trusted.. Imagine that goes about 10x as far as any tech solution..

what's to stop someone from just removing a fob?
i dont think gps is going to work.. due ti it's high battery requirements (remember it's not just pulling at that point.. has to transmit too) ... So with the battery it's going to be pretty big.. and the battery isn't going to last very long.. + if there is no view of the sky.. the gps wouldn't work

and anything other than GPS.. the range is to small...
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GPS implant is suppose to come out within a couple of years. Hopefully, the liberals don't make it illegal.


Only thing you can do is implement a GPS marker on your kids jewelry(if small enough) or in their clothing.
What happened to the good ole keeping an eye on the kids?
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tds..
the implant is a scary idea..
but on a side note..it wouldn't be the liberals that made it illegal.. It would be the religious right.. See they have this whole issue with Marking or tagging people..

(i am not posting an opinion on that.. merely stating fact)
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For your kids? what good is an electric fence gonna do if they are being kidnapped by some whackjob?

If someone kidnaps my kid I need to be able to locate them to:

1. get them home safely
2. put a bullet in the MF'rs head that took them.

I was just jumping onto Gconsier's ridiculous tie down suggestion.

Dont sweat it T, redhead kids are in low kidnap demand.
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I wish military troops would have GPS tracking. The technology was there at the time. Several troops being kidnapped in Iraq and killed.
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Dont sweat it T, redhead kids are in low kidnap demand.

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See ^ there's one that would never have been kidnapped.
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Russia really needs this. Especially when kids are kidnapped for the sex trade. Huge problem right now and people are burrying their head in the sand that it doesn't exist.
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For your kids? what good is an electric fence gonna do if they are being kidnapped by some whackjob?

If someone kidnaps my kid I need to be able to locate them to:

1. get them home safely
2. put a bullet in the MF'rs head that took them.
You got to add SODOMIZE them with a Baseball bat!

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You got to add SODOMIZE them with a Baseball bat!
after that you cut them up and feed the wolves at the forest preserve.
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nothing happened to kick all this up did it?

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Nope just like to be over prepared




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