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|01-23-2015, 07:00 AM||#1|
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New Oxford GPS motorcycle tracker
Sealed unit is waterproof and has a 10year battery life
OXFORD Products has just revealed its latest gizmo: a GPS motorcycle tracker that’s completely waterproof and requires no charging.
Priced at £199.99, the tracker is powered by a lithium battery with a life expectancy of up to 10 years.
Oxford says: ‘Simply conceal the sleek tracker unit in the most appropriate place on your motorcycle and activate with your phone/tablet/computer.
‘If your bike gets stolen, simply open your Tracker App to find out where it has been taken… anywhere in the world with a mobile network.’
The device can be transferred between vehicles and you can also have multiple trackers on one account.
The unit has four different modes, including an Alarm mode that lets you report your motorcycle as stolen in the tracker system. However, if your bike is stolen, unlike some competitor systems, you’ll need to contact the police directly instead of Oxford doing it on your behalf.
Subscriptions start at £60 for the year and Oxford do a number of different units, including the standard Tracker at £199, the Tracker Spy at £219.99 which comes with a magnet for attachment, and the £239.99 Tracker External which has a GPS wire coming out of the unit.
The tracker units also come with a two-year warranty as standard.
For more information, visit Oxford or call 01993 862300.
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