Pod Trackers CU6595212318 2 GPS Plus Wi-Fi Pet Tracker and Activity Monitor
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- Location on-demand - Locate your pet in real-time indoors and outdoors with the click of a button.
- Escape alerts - Receive alerts on your phone when your pet leaves your set boundary.
- Activity monitoring - Monitor your pet’s fitness levels to make sure they’re staying active.
- Record adventures - Record up to 8 hours of your pet’s secret life with continuous tracking.
- Global range: Pod works in 175 countries around the world. You can even locate between countries!
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Never lose your pet again
1 in 3 pets go missing in their lifetime...That's more than 10 million pets a year! Make sure your pet isn't one of them.
Pod is a GPS tracker and activity monitor for dogs and cats designed to be attached to any size collar. It lets you locate your pet on demand, monitor their activity and record adventures on your smartphone or computer. Our new generation Pod 2 now has WiFi, which helps deliver faster positions and offers the ability to locate indoors.
the Pod App is available on iOS (6 or greater), Android (4.3 or greater) and on any computer or phone browser
Key Features• Fully Waterproof
• Smallest & Lightest
• Suitable for all animals
• 2x Rechargeable batteries
• Up to 6 days battery
GPS, WiFi and cellular network
Pod uses a combination of GPS, WiFi and cellular technology to locate your pet. Communication between the Pod and the app is handled by the 2G cellular network. The unit comes with an embedded SIM card and a mobile plan so it works straight out of the box.
Coverage: Communication between the Pod and the app is handled by the 2G cellular network. Check the coverage in your area on our website.
The Pod mobile plan is free for the first year and the following annual renewals is only $49.
Replacement & upgrade program
It’s important to us that your pet is always safe and, if for any reason something were to happen to your Pod, we will happily supply you with a replacement for a significant discount.
We will also occasionally release a next generation Pod with exciting new features and our program allows you to purchase an upgraded Pod at 50% of the original price.
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I left the Pod on my personal dog for 6 months. I have several dogs in the house and they play rough, but the Pod survived everything they threw at it. In fact, it had a serious bite-mark in its shell, but still remained sealed, waterproof and working.
It's definitely waterproof. My dog has gone swimming in the ocean numerous times with Pod, and it continues to work perfectly. Sand and salt? No problem!
The dual battery system is really the most impressive feature of the Pod. Whereas most pet GPS's require you to periodically remove the dog's collar, remove the GPS, charge it overnight and then return it to the pet's neck, Pod comes with two batteries and a tiny USB charger. Whenever the Pod app tells you that the battery is low, you switch the empty battery from the Pod with the full one from the charger. This prevents the serious issue of forgetting to put the GPS back on the pet after charging.
29 grams, the size of a wine cork... my cats don't mind it at all.
In conclusion, as the founder and manager of the Israeli Center for Lost and Stolen Pets I can honestly say that this is the first ever pet GPS that actually has lived up to the hype.
I was not given a Pod for free, but rather purchased mine.
I have a large (20#) cat who will not convert to indoor only. Can't blame him. We recently moved and I wanted to be sure that he was not going to wander off and do something dangerous, so I researched a bunch of trackers. Pod 2 was a little expensive out the door, but included tracking for a year and was not overly huge, so we gave it a try.
Initially, it worked quite well. Then it seemed like every other software update would hose some feature that I had come to rely on. For instance, it used to be that the pod worked great to pinpoint my cat's location even while he was on our wifi network. Now, (for the past month+), if the tracker is on our home wifi, it just shows him in the house. We have a strong network and it does me little good to know that he "might" be in the house, or he "might" be halfway down the steep bluff behind our house, or he "might" be halfway down the driveway!
I think the final straw was when he came home limping severely last month. I quickly synced his Adventure (we record one every day to see what he is up to) and it came up blank. I reached out to tech support (who are always responsive, regardless or whether or not they can help. One star is just for them) and was told that I needed to perform a locate once I start recording in order to make sure that the GPS is tracking appropriately. OK, that is fine, but it's interesting that in a year of use, this has never been mentioned as something that I needed to do. So I don't know where the injury happened, which is kind of a big deal.
OTOH, We used this to locate him the other day when he was out late, and it was able to accurately find him to within a few feet. So it has paid for itself.
Unfortunately this current version absolutely chews through battery. A charge that used to last a full 12 + hours while recording an Adventure now is at 30% after a mere 5 hours. I understand that battery life is going to deteriorate over time, but this has happened over the past month, not gradually over the past year. And both batteries show the same behavior.
Short story long, I really don't want to be the beta tester for this. I want to find my cat reliably when I need to. In the past year, some competitors have come out with upgraded versions of their trackers. I will be taking a hard look at them to see if a better option is available.