The new gadget designed to revolutionize child safety was named LEO and is a wristwatch with GPS function, cell phone connectivity and 911 panic button system. As long as the child is wearing it, parents can always know where to find him, as well as communicate via the cellular line. To use LEO as a tracking device, users have to be a verified parent, guardian, caregiver, or authorized employer.
• Water-resistant and water-submersible
• Tamper-rpoof wrist-strap
• Sends real-time location to parents via text messages
• Settings for safety-zones, exclusion zones and speed alerts
• 2-way voice communication
• Stores 100 hone numbers
• Battery lasts up to 24 hours
• Features unique locking mechanism
LEO Smart Watch is available for pre-orders in several color options, on the official website of Guardian Lion Wireless, for $149.95, while the retail price will be of $249.95. The service plans start at $12.95 per month.
LEO Smart Watch was created by Paul Wilcock, the Chief Technology Officer in charge during the development and deployment of the OnStar System and also an inventor with two US patents, and Anoop Hedge, the Chief Hardware Engineering Manager in charge during the development of the Intel Pentium Chip.
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