Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Kidsafe Philippines GPS Watch for Kids Review

Kidsafe Philippines GPS Watch for Kids Review

Unfortunately, we can’t really monitor our kids 24/7. At school, we can’t hang out along the corridors and watch over our kids take their classes. In public places, even when your grip is as tight as the Hulk's, kids could still find a way to escape from your hands and sight.


With all the recent child abductions and crimes involving children happening around the country right now, I decided to look for a reliable device tracker for my son.

That’s when I came across a Facebook post from a page called Kidsafe Philippines. I got curious right away since the first GPS Smartwatch for kids that I found was 50% more expensive than this one.

Since my husband sports a black Series 4 Apple Watch, I decided to purchase the same color for my son's watch because he idolizes his dad so much. This way, he wouldn’t refuse to wear it. So I chose the Classic variant.

The only thing about Kidsafe Philippines’ classic GPS watch is that it’s not waterproof, unlike the blue and pink variants. Unfortunately, I only found out about this lack of feature after receiving it.

It’s still useful when it comes to tracking and communicating with my son. I always track him every time he’s at his tutorial class (you know, just to be sure). He calls us every after class to pick him up.

I purchased a Globe plan with unlimited Globe-to-Globe calls and 1.5GB internet. I didn’t want the hassle of removing the sim card and inserting it to a phone just to load and register from time to time. In case you ask, no, the watch doesn’t send and receive SMS. It’s okay though - there’s no reason for a 5-year-old to text people.

Other important details you may ask:
1. I purchased it directly from their Shopee account
2. The price I paid for this classic GPS Smartwatch is P2,150 (plus P100 shipping fee)
3. The app used for controlling and tracking the watch is called SeTracker2. It's available on Google Play Store and App Store.
4. If you prefer the waterproof variant, don't purchase the classic one (black). Go for their Splash variants (IP67 Waterproof).
5. The watch is "open line". You can choose any network you want.
6. The Globe plan I have for my son’s watch costs P599/month (unlimited Globe to Globe calls plus 1.5GB internet).
7. There's no compensation in doing this review. :)

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