Children get lost, a lot and parents get worried about them, a lot.

But there is a way that parents can not only keep track of their children, but also get in contact with them, wherever they might be, but without having to give them a phone.

This new way is called Snowfox, which has been called a tracker phone due to its phone and GPS tracking capabilities. The device is also extremely small, with a vibrant square design that can be connected to a lanyard, and inside it includes hardware to allow for 3D voice calls and be used with real-time GPS tracking.

What’s more, it will also work alongside a companion app for iOS and Android that allows you to place calls to the device and get notifications about your child’s location.

It was built by Haitian, a Finland company that is made up of former Nokia execs, and is now looking for funding on the Indiegogo crowdfunding platform.

You can find out more about it at the source link below, where you can also pledge to the project to your own pre-order of the device.

Source: Indiegogo

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