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5 Reviews for Invoxia Real Time GPS Tracker

  1. KMT

    There are a lot of complaints about this little device, and I’m not really sure any of it is warranted. Does it have its issues? Sure it does. But you are paying $160 for a gps/cellular device with 2 years of service built into that cost.I wanted to know when my kids were leaving schools so I didn’t have to rush to get to the bus stop, and this works fantastic for that. I set a zone around each of their schools and it’s been reliable to tell me when they both leave the school. Does it tell me the second they leave? No. But I am to clickAnd see where they were when it alerted me. I also have it set to alert when the bus enters the subdivision before us, and it does the same thing.Now this all being said, I bought two devices, one for each kids backpack and one worked awesome and the other was a dud, I exchanged it, and I’m hopeful that the exchange will work as well as the first one, and the first one has longevity.I can tell you this, I bought another device that while cheaper did it include service, and for 3 min updates, it was $19.95 a month. After testing that device, there is no way it’s worth the $480 over two years subscription cost, while the Invoxia has no additional out of pocket cost.Well done Invoxia, one feature I would like to see is the ability to schedule the “real time boost” to activate at a certain time. It’s annoying to have to turn it on everyday.There are a lot of complaints about this little device, and I’m not really sure any of it is warranted. Does it have its issues? Sure it does. But you are paying $160 for a gps/cellular device with 2 years of service built into that cost.I wanted to know when my kids were leaving schools so I didn’t have to rush to get to the bus stop, and this works fantastic for that. I set a zone around each of their schools and it’s been reliable to tell me when they both leave the school. Does it tell me the second they leave? No. But I am to clickAnd see where they were when it alerted me. I also have it set to alert when the bus enters the subdivision before us, and it does the same thing.Now this all being said, I bought two devices, one for each kids backpack and one worked awesome and the other was a dud, I exchanged it, and I’m hopeful that the exchange will work as well as the first one, and the first one has longevity.I can tell you this, I bought another device that while cheaper did it include service, and for 3 min updates, it was $19.95 a month. After testing that device, there is no way it’s worth the $480 over two years subscription cost, while the Invoxia has no additional out of pocket cost.Well done Invoxia, onto features I would like to see is to be able to schedule the “real time boost” to activate at a certain time. It’s annoying to have to turn it on everyday.

  2. Scott Collins

    I purchased this device back in april of 2022 and setup was easy. At first it was not very responsive, and I was not happy with the purchase. But it seems that after about 3 days it started working flawlessly. I mounted the tracker in a cheap watertight box from amazon then I zip tied that to the frame hidden behind the air box. It was perfectly hidden. I got a 5v power supply with a micro-USB end that I wired to a 12v ACC wire so that the tracker will charge as I ride but not run down my main batt when sitting. I never saw the tracker battery get below 70% even after sitting for over a month. I set it up to alert me if it left a zone drawn around my house. and this worked great. You will need to get used to the alerts it sends you while riding. I turned off the tip sensor because even a gust of wind would send a “your motorcycle has been tipped” alert over and over. all day and night.UPDATE =================================================================My motorcycle was stolen overnight. I woke up to go to work and it was gone. I immediately opened the Invoxia app and could see the motorcycle was only about 2 miles away at an apartment complex. I got in my car and off I went. When I got there it was a super sketchy place and I could not see into the parking lot. I called the police telling them that I had the location via GPS tracker and needed some help. They arrived and because of the detailed information the app provided they were willing to go in and poke around. And they actually located the motorcycle behind some stolen cars. Yup two cars were also recovered that day… So yes, this thing works. It does have some features missing that other trackers have, like the ability to text it for real time updates, meaning that if it is not moving it will not send updates except for once every 12 hours. It would be nice to be able to text it and get a live GPS location. It’s worth the $150 for 2 years of peace of mind. great product.

  3. Texas customer

    This is a very good product. The main thing is power lasts for 3 to 4 days. The problem with phones is they did in 1/2 day with all the games kids play and internet usage. This is not dependent on phone and a great tool

  4. Asa Valentine

    I use it for my e-bike. Easy to set up, easy to use, notifications are great, better peace of mine

  5. Ben

    Battery life is excellent…the gps leaves a little to be desired…it’s usually accurate up to 100yards or so and sometimes right on the money…it’s usually in a near proximity…I’m using the 10 min interval and going into my 3 week with 60% battery left.It’s under the front seat stuck in a cutout in the carpet and seems to be reading w/o much interference!

  6. JP Tulo

    I bought this used or open box, it was missing part of the original packaging so I have to assume it was purchased and returned. I had some trouble pairing it to my phone initially. I’m not sure if that was because it had previously been paired, or was still paired to someone else’s device. I doubt it would let me pair to a device that someone else was paired to without them authorizing the transfer of ownership though. I’m not sure how I was finally able to get it reset. They say to hold the button for ten seconds, but it’s not really ten seconds, and the button is pretty finicky and offers very little feedback. The only advice I can offer: try to reset it while you’re pairing. As soon as you successfully reset, it will instantly pair to your device and that’s the only way I knew I actually reset it.With that being said, once I got it paired it has been working very well. I wish the lanyard was removable without having to just cut it off, but that’s just being nit picky. Also, a usb-c charging port vs. the micro usb it came with would have been nice. It’s time to standardize charging ports!

  7. gedesign

    It does not work in the uk so dont order if you live in the uk the one without the sim does tho but this one dont so upset

  8. JP Tulo

    I bought this used or open box, it was missing part of the original packaging so I have to assume it was purchased and returned. I had some trouble pairing it to my phone initially. I’m not sure if that was because it had previously been paired, or was still paired to someone else’s device. I doubt it would let me pair to a device that someone else was paired to without them authorizing the transfer of ownership though. I’m not sure how I was finally able to get it reset. They say to hold the button for ten seconds, but it’s not really ten seconds, and the button is pretty finicky and offers very little feedback. The only advice I can offer: try to reset it while you’re pairing. As soon as you successfully reset, it will instantly pair to your device and that’s the only way I knew I actually reset it.With that being said, once I got it paired it has been working very well. I wish the lanyard was removable without having to just cut it off, but that’s just being nit picky. Also, a usb-c charging port vs. the micro usb it came with would have been nice. It’s time to standardize charging ports!

  9. Scott Collins

    I purchased this device back in april of 2022 and setup was easy. At first it was not very responsive, and I was not happy with the purchase. But it seems that after about 3 days it started working flawlessly. I mounted the tracker in a cheap watertight box from amazon then I zip tied that to the frame hidden behind the air box. It was perfectly hidden. I got a 5v power supply with a micro-USB end that I wired to a 12v ACC wire so that the tracker will charge as I ride but not run down my main batt when sitting. I never saw the tracker battery get below 70% even after sitting for over a month. I set it up to alert me if it left a zone drawn around my house. and this worked great. You will need to get used to the alerts it sends you while riding. I turned off the tip sensor because even a gust of wind would send a “your motorcycle has been tipped” alert over and over. all day and night.UPDATE =================================================================My motorcycle was stolen overnight. I woke up to go to work and it was gone. I immediately opened the Invoxia app and could see the motorcycle was only about 2 miles away at an apartment complex. I got in my car and off I went. When I got there it was a super sketchy place and I could not see into the parking lot. I called the police telling them that I had the location via GPS tracker and needed some help. They arrived and because of the detailed information the app provided they were willing to go in and poke around. And they actually located the motorcycle behind some stolen cars. Yup two cars were also recovered that day… So yes, this thing works. It does have some features missing that other trackers have, like the ability to text it for real time updates, meaning that if it is not moving it will not send updates except for once every 12 hours. It would be nice to be able to text it and get a live GPS location. It’s worth the $150 for 2 years of peace of mind. great product.

  10. KMT

    There are a lot of complaints about this little device, and I’m not really sure any of it is warranted. Does it have its issues? Sure it does. But you are paying $160 for a gps/cellular device with 2 years of service built into that cost.I wanted to know when my kids were leaving schools so I didn’t have to rush to get to the bus stop, and this works fantastic for that. I set a zone around each of their schools and it’s been reliable to tell me when they both leave the school. Does it tell me the second they leave? No. But I am to clickAnd see where they were when it alerted me. I also have it set to alert when the bus enters the subdivision before us, and it does the same thing.Now this all being said, I bought two devices, one for each kids backpack and one worked awesome and the other was a dud, I exchanged it, and I’m hopeful that the exchange will work as well as the first one, and the first one has longevity.I can tell you this, I bought another device that while cheaper did it include service, and for 3 min updates, it was $19.95 a month. After testing that device, there is no way it’s worth the $480 over two years subscription cost, while the Invoxia has no additional out of pocket cost.Well done Invoxia, one feature I would like to see is the ability to schedule the “real time boost” to activate at a certain time. It’s annoying to have to turn it on everyday.There are a lot of complaints about this little device, and I’m not really sure any of it is warranted. Does it have its issues? Sure it does. But you are paying $160 for a gps/cellular device with 2 years of service built into that cost.I wanted to know when my kids were leaving schools so I didn’t have to rush to get to the bus stop, and this works fantastic for that. I set a zone around each of their schools and it’s been reliable to tell me when they both leave the school. Does it tell me the second they leave? No. But I am to clickAnd see where they were when it alerted me. I also have it set to alert when the bus enters the subdivision before us, and it does the same thing.Now this all being said, I bought two devices, one for each kids backpack and one worked awesome and the other was a dud, I exchanged it, and I’m hopeful that the exchange will work as well as the first one, and the first one has longevity.I can tell you this, I bought another device that while cheaper did it include service, and for 3 min updates, it was $19.95 a month. After testing that device, there is no way it’s worth the $480 over two years subscription cost, while the Invoxia has no additional out of pocket cost.Well done Invoxia, onto features I would like to see is to be able to schedule the “real time boost” to activate at a certain time. It’s annoying to have to turn it on everyday.

  11. efren R.

    I like this product but it needs a better battery.

  12. andrea major

    Overall very good tracker for the price. You can see real time where it is. The update time is changeable to your liking. It can basically can update every 10 seconds if you need it to be. I had a glitch after the first time I had charged it, just had to reset the GPS setting with a push of a button. Customer service is amazing, they will respond within 24 hours even faster. It was on my daughters bookbag for a month and still had 60% battery like left.

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Invoxia Real Time GPS Tracker

Invoxia GPS Tracker: Real-time updates, long battery life, anti-theft protection.

Highlights
Real-time GPS tracking with motion and tilt alerts. Protect family and friends. Excellent battery life.
Pros

- Real time tracking
- Long battery life
- No subscription fees

Cons

- Limited compatibility
- High initial cost
- Limited anti-theft features

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// DESCRIPTION

The Invoxia GPS Tracker is the perfect solution for those searching for a portable GPS tracker that offers real-time tracking and motion detection. This device is ideal for keeping an eye on your vehicles, valuables, and loved ones, no matter where they are.

With its motion and tilt detection and geofencing features, this GPS tracker is perfect for monitoring your children on their way to school or keeping tabs on your teen driver. The 24/7 monitoring ensures that your loved ones are always safe and secure.

The Invoxia GPS Tracker provides live location updates via mobile app, website, or email alerts. Its long battery life allows for tracking for up to several months, and its waterproof and shock-resistant design makes it perfect for outdoor adventures. The device is compatible with both iOS and Android devices and comes with a 1-year subscription to the 4G LTE-M network.

This GPS tracker is lightweight, compact, and concealable, making it easy to use and operate through its companion app. With exceptional battery life and location updates available every 30 seconds, 2, 5, 10, or 30 minutes, you can always stay up-to-date on your loved ones’ whereabouts.

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// FEATURES

  • 24/7 Protect & Track
  • Real Time GPS Tracking
  • Motion & Tilt Alerts
  • Protect Family & Friends
  • Excellent Battery Life
  • 2-Year Subscription
  • // SPECS

    Product Dimensions4.1 x 1.1 x 0.4 inches
    Item Weight1.05 ounces
    Batteries1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)
    Wireless communication technologiesBluetooth
    Connectivity technologiesBluetooth, 4G, LTE-M
    Special features4G, LTE-M, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
    Other display featuresWireless
    ColorBlack
    Whats in the boxInvoxia GPS Tracker, Manual, USB cable
    ManufacturerInvoxia
    Date First Available2020, May 7
    Origin Country: China
    Model #: 999532
    Discontinued:
    Invoxia Real Time GPS Tracker
    released on September 7, 2020

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