Product Review: Find My Pet GPS

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The Find My Pet GPS has several features:

GPS tracking device is also Wi-Fi- and Bluetooth- enabled for a back-up location finder—it even works indoors.

Smart Alerts: Helpful alerts via text (up to 10 per month), email and app notifications are sent the moment it detects location change, movement and more.

Geo-Fencing: You can set up a safe area and get alerts if your pet leaves the area.

SOS Button: When the SOS button on the tracker is pressed, it sends your pet’s location to you and anyone you designate.

Family & Friends List: Add your family and friends to your account so they can receive alerts to help locate your pet.

PROS:

• Small & light: 1.4 in. diameter x 1/2 in. high—weighs just 3/4 of an ounce.

• App includes speed-limit alarm, which helps you know if your pet is on foot or has been picked up and is traveling in a vehicle

• Low-battery alarm, able to set tracking check-in increments from phone

• Accurate locator and virtual fence worked well

• Tech support very helpful

CONS:

• App wasn’t intuitive and website doesn’t have a lot of instructions

PRODUCT SPECS

$99.99*

In the box

• Tracking unit

• USB charger

• Carrier (collar attachment)

• Holding pouch

• Phone app

Not Included

• Service plan to track pet: $2.75–4.99/month

Benefits

• Wi-Fi-, Bluetooth- and GPS- enabled

• Track pet on computer or on smart phone

• Up to 96-hour battery life

• 100% guarantee & warranty

• Tracking history

* Price on website at press time

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