- Personal GPS for reliable tracking of people, vehicles, and/or assets.
- Ultra-compact design. 100% Waterproof. Built-in Super Strength Magnet.
- Attaches to vehicles, fits in small pockets, discretely hides in a backpack, case, or purse.
- Track & map (with Google Maps) in real-time on web-based software or SilverCloud App.
- Text & email alerts, Geofencing, Vehicle Tracking, Location Reporting, and Historical Playback.
This is the 4th GPS we've tried. We're tracking my mom, who has dementia. She goes for walks... without our knowledge. We need something light & small so she forgets she's carrying it. We need a map with fine detail so we can find her, not just the city she's in. We're going to try getting sneakier & putting this in a "hidden" pocket in her pants -- if she can find it, she WILL remove it. I think this one just might be small enough to work!Pros:* Setup was EASY!! Seriously easy. Better than every other GPS / cell phone we've used.* There are MANY service level options. (A monthly fee for the GPS/Cellular tracking... all trackers have some version of this.)* The map is awesome so far* Adding a "favorite location" is easy!* Clicking from favorite to favorite spot is simple & accurate!* Adding geofences are beyond easy!* Geofences are user controlled -- not just "100 meters", YOU design the circle or rectangle. I can fence Mom's ROOM!* You can alert for low battery, fast speeds & geofences.* There is a web AND an app version!! Both are nice!* As far as I can tell, the phone app is really just for tracking... use the web for setting up fences & alerts.* It has GPS AND Cellular... so Mom should be more trackable!* Small -- about the size of a roll of electrical tape. About the same weight as well.* No special charger -- micro USB, like an Android.* The lights MEAN something! Power, GPS, Cellular. (The fuzzy pic was supposed to show all 3 + the charging red/green.)* There is a "charging" light (red/green) which switches when fully charged (just green).* The charger fits without jiggling or rubber bands!* Waterproof, so I don't have to worry about walking in the rain.Cons:* My package was missing the "on/off tool"... so I used a paper clip. Not a huge con!Con for me, but Pro for others:* The magnet is STRONG. Since we're not putting it on a vehicle, I may have to worry about Mom feeling the pull, heh. If you're putting this on a car, the strong magnet is a plus for sure!We haven't had the unit long, I'll update with how it works over time. So far, though, planning on buying this GPS for other uses!
Updated: October 2018Many reviewers say do not buy this if you don't want to know the truth about a cheater. I second that statement. This device will lead you straight there, so be sure you are ready to stop denying and are prepared to see the cold hard facts.I started with the 30 second plan to save money but it was too slow for me. I moved to the 10 second plan and it worked well for me.Everyone I spoke to at the company is amazing. The tech support is incredible. Based in the US. Very responsive and helpful. I only used it for 2 months, called and cancelled the subscription. Simple.Although you can use it on the exterior (under the vehicle) I preferred putting inside the truck and found it to be just as accurate as exterior placement.Previous Review:It's All TRUE.Let me begin with this: I am NOT a techie type person. I avoid tech whenever possible. Having said that certain situations in my life require me to step up to the plate.I read at least a hundred reviews of this GPS unit as well as multiple others in the same price range.This product is as advertised.First: It was a breeze to sign up and open an account, on my phone. Literally took under 5 minutes. You do have to pick a subscription plan. There is a monthly fee. But if you are serious about tracking someone or something it's a small price to pay.Second: syncing it and getting it up and running was a breeze. Took all of 10 minutes. Max. It did require charging to fully charge but was partially charged out of the box.Third: This baby is completely accurate. I took it with me today to run errands and it pinpointed my location clearly. At every stop.I have not had time to check out the computer aspect of it-I know it has more features when using a computer.It's well constructed. The directions were simple and easy to follow.I love that it has a magnet incorporated in it so you don't have to buy a separate case.Battery life seems good.It checks all the boxes.
Bought this because I suspected my boyfriend who lived with me of being unfaithful. The day it got delivered I caught him doing the dirty with his "ex-employee" in his car.I guess it's true - once you get to the point of wanting to find proof, you will find what you're looking for.Funny thing... I didn't even get a chance to use the tracker yet - it was still on the charger.
This is a brilliant product and connected service. It does exactly what you want it to do -- track the location of a car or anything else in real time --, and it does it perfectly. It is small (think of a 3/4-inch tall slice of a soda can), USB rechargeable, SERIOUSLY weatherproof, and with an amazingly strong magnet. So you don't need a case to protect it or attach it. Just stick it to something metal, go to your computer, and watch exactly where the car is on a map or satellite view. The web-based tracking interface has TONS of features -- you can do a history report (with GPS coordinates), play back a historical animated loop, etc. for any time period you like (there's an upper limit of 7 for reports and playbacks, although you can actually get a little further back using the "last week" setting). There are some very slick features I haven't used like "ShareSpot" which provides code to embed the real-time location of your subject into another web page. The cost of the service varies depending how often you want the GPS to "ping" its location but for what you're getting, the monthly $24.95 seems pretty reasonable (for a 1-minute interval between location points). And the device itself MUST be a loss leader, it's so inexpensive. There is a mobile app that is a very-trimmed-down version of the web-based interface. Its features are limited, but it is pretty darn cool to be able to pull out your phone and see, right then, exactly where someone is. There are a few quirks to both interfaces that you have to get used to, and my iOS app crashes when I try to do a historical playback (though a larger screen is much better for this, anyway). Battery life is as advertised (typically two weeks or so), and depends on how much the device moves, since when it is stopped it doesn't check in with the satellite again until it moves.All in all, this is just a very well constructed and thought-out product and service that gets the job done splendidly.
My father cannot speak, read or write due to a stroke. He also cannot walk without assistance. He does however go out on daily walkabouts on his motorized wheelchair to cruise around the local neighborhoods and go shopping at some of the stores. This is important for his mental health and sense of independence and brings him great joy and freedom.He has thrown 2 (different brand) GPS units away because he hates the idea that someone is watching where he is going. Each GPS unit had to be charged daily and it was a real pain to do so. Dad would see me charging it and would sneak out before it would get put back on his wheelchair or unplug the unit so it didn't charge, etc. He finally made them "disappear.” He likes to go outside of his 1 mile "allowed" area. Since we live in a large city it is almost impossible to find him then, which causes huge amounts of stress.I love the LandAirSea 54 unit for a number of reasons.1) It is small, compact, does not look like a GPS and is easily hidden on his wheelchair.2) it has a very long battery life so there's no more daily charging for me.3) the 54 unit is extremely easy to use and has full tracking capability.4) my stress level because of Dad's walkabouts was causing some real health issues for me. Now that I can track him I can feel a significant decrease in my stress level.