2. S-911 GPS Bracelet Tracker
Geared toward adults and the elderly, the S-911 Bracelet from GLC Enterprises is pricey at almost $600. It comes in both a traditional GPS tracking mode and a medical-type bracelet—both are interactive if help is needed.
This bracelet for GPS tracking is more than just a bracelet and although the manufacturer says it is “stylish" it appears bulky—that’s probably why we couldn’t find out how much it really weighs on the company’s website.
It features multi-language for use in various countries and offers real-time or interval tracking. This GPS tracker is also a phone offering two hone buttons on the side (green to call, red to end the call). The LCD screen comes with a backlight and it is Bluetooth capable.
This tracker will work indoors and is waterproof and shock resistant. Alert notifications can be sent via email, phone or text and battery life is around five hours—most likely because it does so many things other than GPS tracking. The medical bracelet offers a touchscreen-type way to call for the police, doctor, fire department or ambulance.
Not only is the price of this GPS bracelet high, so is the monitoring plans. Not only must you pay around $70 to activate the device, monthly monitoring plans range from $25 up—the real-time monitoring plan is $80 alone.
This GPS bracelet is not meant for the kid in your life although they say the bracelet will fit on a child’s ankle. All in all, it comes with nice features but as far as aesthetics and price go, it may be unaffordable for some.