GPS Tracking -Real Time

TUNDRAGPS Tundra Live GPS Tracker
TUNDRAGPS Tundra Live GPS Tracker
  • Model: TUNDRAGPS
  • Shipping Weight: 2lbs
  • Units in Stock: 9

Price:   $239.95

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The Tundra Tracker is a versatile GPS Tracker. This ultra small tracker can track anything that moves, such as your packages, pets, children, or vehicles. Track in real time from any computer, anywhere in the world.


True satellite tracking and geofencing support. Its quad band antennas and GPRS support helps you track how fast the target is moving, how long the target stays in an area, and where the target has been over time.  Geofencing allows you to set a designated area the target should remain inside, and will alert you if it travels outside.


Totally self-contained. This Tundra Tracker is wireless and battery powered. The Tundra Tracker can operate for five continuous days, tracking on a single battery charge. The full list of features is listed below.

Tundra Tracker Features

  • Automatic Geofence
  • GPRS
  • Quad band
  • Small, compact size
  • Motion text or email alerts
  • Online tracking location available on demand from any computer
  • Logs location data every five (5) minutes
  • Fully charged can track up to five (5) days
  • Rechargeable battery
  • Secure online reporting with easy to use interface

Hardware Features

  • Quad band: 850/900/1800/1900
  • GPRS Enabled allows for accurate tracking
  • Acquisition times:
    • Reacquisition < 0.1 seconds
    • Cold < 42 seconds
    • Warm < 38 seconds
    • Hot < 1 second
  • Accuracy: 10 meters
  • Velocity: 0.1 m/s
  • Weight: 75g
  • Size 1 1/4" x 2 1/2" x3/4"



  • 1 x Tundra Tracker Live GPS tracker
  • 1 x AC adapter (wall outlet adapter)
  • 1 x Data cable
  • 2 x Batteries

Activation fee  $69.99




3 Months:  $209.90  

6 Months:  $299.90  

12 Months:  $399.90  


Or use your own SIM card and pay only a one time yearly fee of $149.90

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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 27 December, 2010.