GPS Gadget of the Week: Bladerunner GPS Jacket
Parents worried that Junior may wander too far from home need fear no longer. Not if the little tyke is wearing the Bladerunner GPS Jacket. The coat comes with a pouch where concerned parents place a rechargeable GPS device. The device, which will last about 15-hours on one charge, can track the wearer to within 43 square feet.
The tracking coat can also be configured to geo-fence the little guy, alerting parents when their offspring wanders too far away, or it can be used to set a curfew which sounds an alarm when junior is out too late. The children's tracking jacket costs $500, plus $20 a month for the tracking technology.
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