With Magpie, you can now track anything and anyone from your pets, children, bikes, cars, phones, car keys, luggage. Never again will you be late to a meeting because you couldn’t find your car keys, or lose track of your 5 year-old while shopping in a mall. All you need to do is attach this small and smart GPS tracker to whatever you’d like to track, and you’ll be able to keep an eye out for the things that matter to you most.

Yes, there are numerous GPS trackers on the market already. What sets Magpie apart? Its built-in SIM card with capabilities of tracking at an unlimited range in 185 different countries with cell service. Magpie’s second unique selling point is its affordability – the device itself is free. Users simply purchase a monthly subscription service to continue using this savvy GPS tracker. On top of that, Magpie is only about an inch in diameter and can be attached using a keychain or a clip; it’s so light that you won’t even notice it’s there. Magpie also has a built-in accelerometer that can notify the user if an object that shouldn’t be moving is moving. If your bike is parked but starts moving, you’ll instantly be alerted.


Magpie is controlled through an iOS and Android app. The app lets you customize settings like designating “safe zones” for your kids; if your child leaves the safe zone, Magpie will immediately send you an alert. The device can also act as a communication device between young children and parents- by simply squeezing the small device, children can send an alert to their parents. With a battery life that can last up to 3 months at a time (depending on the tracking frequency), you are assured to never lose track of important things ever again. This intelligent GPS tracker has everything you need.

Magpie was founded by four guys in New York City- Raul Oaida, Derek Handley, Clum Handley, and Keiji Takeuchi- with a vision to create the most reliable and affordable tracking device. The founders launched its Kickstarter campaign on May 30th and have already raised $201, 996, easily surpassing their initial $10,000 goal. The company expects to ship its first devices out In February of 2018 – become an early backer get yourself this genius tacker here.  


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