Features include GPS for location tracking and an SOS alarm, while 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth support and the built-in camera help provide text, voice and video calling wherever your child is.
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The Xplora app allows the parent to schedule the times of day and days of the week that the watch will function for calls and such, so that children do not get too distracted at school.
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$99, Amazon | angelsense.com HereO V2 The HereO is the first GPS tracking device cleverly disguised to look like a cute, colourful watch, so little ones can show off and tell the time while you keep tabs on their whereabouts via your iOS or Android device.
The watch in question is the Safe-KID-One watch made by German company ENOX, which appeared in a weekly RAPEX report. The Safe-KID-One watch appeared in one of these RAPEX reports identifying the device as having a 'Serious' risk level.
Xplora’s proposition, and those of similar children’s smartwatches, is that of a child’s first mobile phone — not a tracker, as such — and, according to Kirkbak, by far and away the most difficult challenge is the complexity of engineering involved in getting that cellular antenna into such a small form factor.