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S75 Waterproof 3G GPS Tracker - Motorcycle Marine Plant

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Easy Track GPS

S75 Waterproof 3G GPS Tracker - Motorcycle Marine Plant

The S75 waterproof 3G GPS Tracker is specifically designed for Motorcycles, Boats and Plant Equipment where water, dust and dirt can damage electronics, this product is completely sealed and rated IP67.

Our EASY-track GPS products are as the name suggests, they are a hassle free form of tracking vehicles, assets and monitoring people in personal safety applications. Each EASY-track GPS product can be pre-configured (Optional) to automatically send location data to your personal "Web Account" on our servers, the data is stored there and you can login at anytime to view it. All "Web Accounts" are supplied with corresponding term SIM cards managed by us so there is no messing around with registrations and credits - just select 3, 6 or 12 month subscription in the options. Alternatively, you can select 'None' to use the GPS unit with your own SIM and by SMS command which returns a Google Hyperlink location message.

Website Tracking accounts
The location data is sent to your personal website account and stored in such a way that you can easily see movements in real-time and also see historical movements giving you locations, times, dates and stationary duration.
You can login from a desktop computer or any smartphone using our special app which is available for FREE from both the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

S75-3G GPS - Specifications

 

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All the products displayed & offered for sale on this website are done so for Fact Finding Applications only which are for the perusal of truth, Justice and Protection of vulnerable people constituting "Lawful Use" in many countries. Each online order is vetted by our staff to ensure our products do not fall into the wrong hands.

Disclaimer
Laws do vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction so it is ultimately the responsibility of the end user to ascertain if the intended use is in fact legal in the jurisdiction of intended use.

 

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