Portable tracker for kids a great concept with flaws
Review » Amber Alert GPS from Utah company works, just not as well as it should.
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Although the Amber Alert GPS — or any other device —is never a replacement for responsible parenting, it’s still a great concept to help keep young children safe. I just wish it was more dependable and accurate than it showed in my tests.
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