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Product Description

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Ultra compact, discreet and portable GPS vehicle tracking device

Sync is an ultra discreet option for tracking and gives you the ability to customize your settings to receive important updates such as proximity alerts and notifications via text, push notification, or email.

Compatible with MAC, PC, iPhone, Android devices, our micro GPS tracker locates and maps (with Google Maps) in real-time on web-based software or the SilverCloud App for reliable, live tracking of vehicles, or other assets, and receives up-to-date text and email alerts.

Lightweight and ultra compact, our Sync GPS vehicle tracker plugs right into the OBD-II port and will never need to be charged as it sources power directly from the vehicle.

Device measures 2.20 x 1.70 x 1.00 inches.

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Utilizes 4G LTE + Satellite Technology

Our ultra compact GPS tracker uses Google Maps to keep track of vehicles in real-time on web-based software or the SilverCloud App.

Use the Sync for reliable, live tracking of trucks, cars, motorcycles, or other assets, and receive live, up-to-date text and email alerts to keep you in the loop.

Sync is a cellular and GPS based device that requires access to your cellular data to function, and can be easily installed in your SUV, car, truck, or other vehicle.

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No batteries required!

Are you tired of constantly charging your tracking devices, only to have them run out of juice just hours later? Sync is specifically designed to plug directly into your OBD-II port and will never need to be charged as it sources powers directly from the vehicle.

No additional accessories are necessary to use the Sync! Our GPS locator device does not require a battery and plugs right into the vehicle's OBD-II port.

The Sync is not just a bluetooth tracker, but a powerful tracking device that is compact enough for many applications.

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"p" Discreet and portable design

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Real-Time GPS ✓
Battery Life, on 3-sec to 3-min updates 1 to 2 weeks Unlimited (OBD-II device)
Battery Life, on “Low Power Mode” up to 6 months Unlimited (OBD-II device)
Tracking Technology 4G LTE + Satellite 4G LTE + Satellite
Build-in Magnet Mount ✓
Waterproof ✓
Dimensions D: 2.275″ H: 0.945″ H: 2.50″ W: 1.89″ D: 0.96″

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