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I've just bought a tracking device to hide away on my boat in case some light fingered git makes off with it. Seems a bargain when matched with a pay as you go sim and it works well, you can even listen in to it with the sim. I commend it to the house.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Waterproof-Tracking-Powerful-Standby-PS110/dp/B01KX9HFWI/ref=pd_rhf_yast_6?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B01KX9HFWI&pd_rd_r=RBJJXGAA8153YVA30CR6&pd_rd_w=I7kc2&pd_rd_wg=PTQ7s&psc=1&refRID=RBJJXGAA8153YVA30CR6

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I have something similar that I have in a peli case and bigger 4Ah battery as I want it powered for days but not from the boat battery due risk of drain. Peace of mind when left on mooring or on trailer away from home certainly.

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If one doesn't need to access it, it will run on standby for 90 days and one then just recharges it. I have it tucket up behind the gunnel so I can access it easily for recharging, also waterproof.

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Had a tracking device that I had to phone then hang up, and it sent a link which I then clicked on to see it on the map.

Now use an old smart phone in Diane's car, we then track it with our mobiles, iPads and PC. Using Life 360, which shows it on Google Maps.

Use a Tesco Pay As You Go SIM as the credit doesn't expire.

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