GPS Kids Tracker Smartwatch with SOS Button - Insert any PAYG SIM Card for Safety Monitoring in Pink or Blue £27.12 Delivered @GearBest
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GPS Kids Tracker Smartwatch with SOS Button - Insert any PAYG SIM Card for Safety Monitoring in Pink or Blue £27.12 Delivered @GearBest

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Found 1st Dec 2015
PRICE has gone up now... frrom £17 to £27.12
Looks like a good idea, better safe than sorry...

HEDY W06 Smartwatch Phone MTK6261 GPS Tracker SOS Button Anti-lost Support SIM Card Safety Monitoring
Descriptions:
SOS Emergency Button
One button SOS, under stand by status, push for 3 seconds for calling, and will automatically send message to your emergency contact person in case the call cannot get through
Pedometer
Record the steps you take and count the distance to make you fully control your sports
Safety area
Alert will happen when the children are outside the Safety fence.
Anti-lost Function
If the watch is lost, the watch will send a message to parents' phone when someone insert a new SIM in the watch, then parents will know who is using the watch illegally
Living Water Resistant Design
Water resistant, do not worry when washing hands or wearing in the rainy day
Tracker
Real-time check the location of the watch
Resolution :960 x 320 pixl
Standy Time: 5 days
Band Length: 21.6cm
Band Width: 1.55cm
This watch is compatible with Android 4.0 and iOS 6.0 above. Please take the user manual for reference.

This smart watch will only work with GSM networks: GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz Unlocked for Worldwide use. Please ensure local area network is compatible.
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Resolution :960 x 320 pixl

Cold, not 1080p.
Now we just need a cheap deal on cotton wool to wrap them up in.
Pink and blue only? Cold, what is this the 1970s?
wifes prezzie sorted
Stopha

Now we just need a cheap deal on cotton wool to wrap them up in.



Aye, much better to let a paedo at them to you know, toughen them up?

What.
Stopha

Now we just need a cheap deal on cotton wool to wrap them up in.


You got kids? You watch the news?
You wouldn't be so cynical if you did.
Strange times we live in
Stopha

Now we just need a cheap deal on cotton wool to wrap them up in.



​I considered bubble wrap when my kid was just learning to walk....
Vanderlust

Aye, much better to let a paedo at them to you know, toughen them up?What.



jh787

You got kids? You watch the news? You wouldn't be so cynical if you … You got kids? You watch the news? You wouldn't be so cynical if you did.Strange times we live in



Nice strawman. Yep, that's exactly what I was saying.

I have the upmost sympathy with anyone that is affected by these type of issues. But, you have more chance of dying/being seriously harmed (mentally or physically) from cycling than at the hands of paedophiles. Are you going to stop children getting bikes?

In addition, most abuse is at the hands of people that are known to the child, so not sure what use this would realistically be.

If it makes people feel more secure, then good on them. I personally think the £20 would be far more effective given to Childline.
ashmac

wifes prezzie sorted



Lmao I can just see her face Xmas day
Stopha

Nice strawman. Yep, that's exactly what I was saying.I have the upmost … Nice strawman. Yep, that's exactly what I was saying.I have the upmost sympathy with anyone that is affected by these type of issues. But, you have more chance of dying/being seriously harmed (mentally or physically) from cycling than at the hands of paedophiles. Are you going to stop children getting bikes?In addition, most abuse is at the hands of people that are known to the child, so not sure what use this would realistically be. If it makes people feel more secure, then good on them. I personally think the £20 would be far more effective given to Childline.


The problem with statistics is most are made up and for a positive result someone has to be affected.

Also a donation to Childline doesn't prevent issues.
Stopha

Nice strawman. Yep, that's exactly what I was saying.I have the upmost … Nice strawman. Yep, that's exactly what I was saying.I have the upmost sympathy with anyone that is affected by these type of issues. But, you have more chance of dying/being seriously harmed (mentally or physically) from cycling than at the hands of paedophiles. Are you going to stop children getting bikes?In addition, most abuse is at the hands of people that are known to the child, so not sure what use this would realistically be. If it makes people feel more secure, then good on them. I personally think the £20 would be far more effective given to Childline.



How exactly is that a strawman. Do you know what a strawman means, and how it's used? Or do you just blurt it out any time someone says something you don't like?
ashmac

wifes prezzie sorted


Save your money, track her phone. I always know where she is.
Oneday77

Save your money, track her phone. I always know where she is.



She's around my house most days...;)
jamgin

She's around my house most days...;)


I know, please close the curtains next time or at least get some waxing done.
Vanderlust

How exactly is that a strawman. Do you know what a strawman means, and … How exactly is that a strawman. Do you know what a strawman means, and how it's used? Or do you just blurt it out any time someone says something you don't like?



Your logic that this device is going to put off a committed paedophile is at worst, naive and at best, somewhat misplaced.

It's not that I don't like your point, I just think it lacks any real coherence. Me being critical of a product doesn't really equate with me toughening up my kids by making them paedo-bait.
Stopha

Your logic that this device is going to put off a committed paedophile is … Your logic that this device is going to put off a committed paedophile is at worst, naive and at best, somewhat misplaced. It's not that I don't like your point, I just think it lacks any real coherence. Me being critical of a product doesn't really equate with me toughening up my kids by making them paedo-bait.



So you don't know my point, and you don't know what a strawman means. Great stuff.

My point, since everyone here but you was smart enough to get it, wasn't that it would deter a paedophile, but that a child could press a button on their watch if they were approached by one.

Funny how people who spew terms like coherence, strawman, and get all wordy with lines such " ...is at worst, naive and at best, somewhat misplaced."...

... are the least rational.

The device here is a simple tracker with a panic button. How that equates to wrapping a child up in cotton wool is anyone's guess. If anything it could mean giving the child more freedom to explore the world, and gain more experience.
Great idea....ordered!
have some heat
Where your nonsensical diatribe falls short is in your first reply. Your insinuation that my disregard for a product in some way validates that I advocate paedos toughening up children is a little bit strange, a touch emotional and pretty misguided.

I disagree with your point. It's a mutual thing, I get it. Merry Xmas.

Stopha

Where your nonsensical diatribe falls short is in your first reply. Your … Where your nonsensical diatribe falls short is in your first reply. Your insinuation that my disregard for a product in some way validates that I advocate paedos toughening up children is a little bit strange, a touch emotional and pretty misguided. I disagree with your point. It's a mutual thing, I get it. Merry Xmas.



Really I'd drop the academic affectations, and focus more on substance. You haven't approached this rationally. Just look where you're at. Blowing hot air on HUKD with some guy because you made some trite remark about a child tracking device.

What is the reason for all the academic language and hot air anyway? Under-achievement usually at school or university level, compensation of some sort of course, but I don't like to presume. Do tell.
Toybhoy

Resolution :960 x 320 pixlCold, not 1080p.



People like you make my day because it reminds me I'm not a moron
I've cancelled my Breitling Emergency order
If it looked a little nicer, it would be great.
jh787

You got kids? You watch the news? You wouldn't be so cynical if you … You got kids? You watch the news? You wouldn't be so cynical if you did.Strange times we live in



​Actually it's a fact that the child abduction rate has not changed in the last 70 years. I read facts, not news. Still a good price though.
Stopha

Nice strawman. Yep, that's exactly what I was saying.I have the upmost … Nice strawman. Yep, that's exactly what I was saying.I have the upmost sympathy with anyone that is affected by these type of issues. But, you have more chance of dying/being seriously harmed (mentally or physically) from cycling than at the hands of paedophiles. Are you going to stop children getting bikes?In addition, most abuse is at the hands of people that are known to the child, so not sure what use this would realistically be. If it makes people feel more secure, then good on them. I personally think the £20 would be far more effective given to Childline.



You mention riding a bike being more dangerous,just think of this like buying a crash helmet for a bike,just a bit of extra protection.
jamgin

She's around my house most days...;)



Straight after she's been to mine
Anyone recommended a good PAYG sim to use that doesnt expire/require regular top up?
blackrat62

​Actually it's a fact that the child abduction rate has not changed in t … ​Actually it's a fact that the child abduction rate has not changed in the last 70 years. I read facts, not news. Still a good price though.


Where do you get these facts?
Eye witness accounts in person?
sexyshelk135

Lmao I can just see her face Xmas day



And with this watch you'll even know exactly where she is smiling!
Government_Cheese

People like you make my day because it reminds me I'm not a moron



Oh yeah!! A catch!! Here fishy fishy fishy...

Didn't think that would work. What a moron
Edited by: "Toybhoy" 1st Dec 2015
Vanderlust

Really I'd drop the academic affectations, and focus more on substance. … Really I'd drop the academic affectations, and focus more on substance. You haven't approached this rationally. Just look where you're at. Blowing hot air on HUKD with some guy because you made some trite remark about a child tracking device. What is the reason for all the academic language and hot air anyway? Under-achievement usually at school or university level, compensation of some sort of course, but I don't like to presume. Do tell.



​seriously? Was any of that necessary? Grow up.
This watch just reminded of a movie in which the kids throw the watch into the sewer and the person watching them follows it. Great idea for kids
Thank you ordered!
Forget about peado or cotton wool as such people making such comment will never understand the worry about regardless this is such a useful tool for a disabled child!
Surely if your kid is young enough to warrant this they shouldn't be out alone. And if they are old enough to be out alone they would neither want, wear or use this whilst their mates are on their iPhones.
If your the kind of parent that sends your 4 year old down the shop to get your daily supply of chocolate and coke becuase you can't be bothered to get off the sofa then you won't be that bothered about their safety in the first place.
And yes, the news would have you believe their is someone waiting behind every hedge and outside every school to steal away your kid. Nonsense.
Vanderlust

Really I'd drop the academic affectations, and focus more on substance. … Really I'd drop the academic affectations, and focus more on substance. You haven't approached this rationally. Just look where you're at. Blowing hot air on HUKD with some guy because you made some trite remark about a child tracking device. What is the reason for all the academic language and hot air anyway? Under-achievement usually at school or university level, compensation of some sort of course, but I don't like to presume. Do tell.



I disagree with your point. It's a mutual thing, I get it. Merry Xmas.
And your just adding to your worry expecting that every message might now be an SOS from your kid. And that's aside from all the times it actually is from when the button is pressed either by accident or on purpose for no reason.
fireman1

Surely if your kid is young enough to warrant this they shouldn't be out … Surely if your kid is young enough to warrant this they shouldn't be out alone. And if they are old enough to be out alone they would neither want, wear or use this whilst their mates are on their iPhones.If your the kind of parent that sends your 4 year old down the shop to get your daily supply of chocolate and coke becuase you can't be bothered to get off the sofa then you won't be that bothered about their safety in the first place.And yes, the news would have you believe their is someone waiting behind every hedge and outside every school to steal away your kid. Nonsense.



You'd be surprised how many young children are on the road whom are far too young to be on their own
Vanderlust

Really I'd drop the academic affectations, and focus more on substance. … Really I'd drop the academic affectations, and focus more on substance. You haven't approached this rationally. Just look where you're at. Blowing hot air on HUKD with some guy because you made some trite remark about a child tracking device. What is the reason for all the academic language and hot air anyway? Under-achievement usually at school or university level, compensation of some sort of course, but I don't like to presume. Do tell.



Agreed. Guy sounds like a first class dropout.
Better paying £17.10 now than paying the government to find your loved ones. Not only that, tax payers money won't be spent stupidly.
Doesn't say how long the battery will last, what will the message say (will they give out location?),
Stopha & Vanderlust, "contributors" like you make HUKD so SO ENTERTAINING!
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