The British firm, Strategic Analytics Team (SAT), has updated its Sherlock Plus GPS anti-theft bike tracker with 4G connectivity, allowing the device to work world-wide with 4G networks.
Previously, the Sherlock Plus only had 2/3G capability, limiting its use to North America. But, with the edition of 4G LTE, along the latest generation of Bluetooth, the tracker can serve in any hemisphere. Moreover, the device features a new downloadable app that can provide real-time insights as to where one’s bike located, as well as historical data.
“Our motion sensor technology will detect even the slightest movements of your bike, and will then send a notification to your smart device to alert you before your bike ends up in the wrong hand. The theft reporting feature can be switched on and off remotely from your phone,” says SAT.
Additionally, SAT says the Sherlock Plus is slightly narrower and longer, making it more compatible with different bar ends, while battery life from a single charge can now last up to eight weeks, depending on what mode the device is set to.
The Sherlock Plus sells for £291.00 (roughly $395), which comes with two years of data.
After that, a data subscription fee for one year will cost £54, and £75 for two years.
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