FiLIP – Locator Watch for your Children

Looking for a phone for your child which allows them the freedom to investigate yet the safety of knowing where they are?
FiLIP is a phone for your child which allows your child to call you and it has a GPS locator on it so you’re able to see where they are. Another safety feature is an emergency button where when activated it send out a location beacon to 5 contacts until one is reached. And finally it is safe in that it only emits radio waves once activated and emits them away from the child.

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CALL:

FiLIP is a cell phone reimagined for kids as a wearable device. Powerful two-way GSM cellular voice capability provides the same quality of coverage as you expect from the best smartphones.

LOCATE:

FiLIP can locate your kids wherever they are. To ensure complete accuracy FiLIP uses more than just GPS – it utilizes a blend of assisted GPS, GSM cell tower location, and Wi-Fi hotspot triangulation to provide the most accurate location information indoors and out.

INTELLIGENT EMERGENCY:

FiLIP has been designed with an Intelligent Emergency procedure. When activated, the emergency button triggers an automatic location beacon, ambient sound recording, and calls each of the five contacts until one is reached.

CERTIFIED TECHNOLOGY:

FiLIP is powerful but safe. It is the first wearable device with full mobile voice capability to earn government certification from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The unique design emits radio energy only when active, and directs it away from the child.

For additional information and to purchase, check out their website
http://www.myfilip.com

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