LG has announced that it is taking its children's wearable tracking device called KizON to Europe this week. KizON will clip onto a child's clothing and comes with built-in 2G cellular connectivity and GPS functionality. A parent could ping the tracker through their smartphone app and instantly retrieve the GPS location of their child. Additionally, through the One Step Direct Call button on KizON, kids can call their parents by pressing the button if they need to.
KizON is a wearable designed exclusively for pre-school and primary school children that gives parents a simple and convenient way to keep track of their youngsters' whereabouts using something they already have in their pockets — their smartphones. KizON offers parents ease of mind by not only delivering real-time information of a wearer's location but also giving children the ability to communicate directly with them via the One Step Direct Call button. What's more, KizON also includes Location Reminder, which allows parents to pre-set the device to provide location alerts at specific times throughout the day.
Rated with 36 hours of battery life on a single charge, KizON comes with an audible alert along with voice and text notification to recharge the device should battery level fall to 20 percent.
With certification that KizON meets environmental guidelines and is free from hazardous chemicals and components, LG said it will be introducing the wearable tracker for children in Poland this week followed by other European markets.
Is this a product you foresee yourself outfitting your children with?