GPS bike tracker

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  • Nothing ... just pipe dreams.

    There are a few things around that need a battery change once a year, seems like a small price to pay, put the tracker somewhere inside a tube...

  • Going by economies of scale, is it not cheaper to use a dog/pet tracker?

  • Get yourself a £42 'POSH MicroX S240' Android phone (supposedly the smallest in the world), stick a "find my phone" app on it, get rid of all the battery-draining apps and bloatware running in the background, give it a good charge, then conceal it beneath the saddle, or a hidden compartment in a saddle bag. I used to do it with my old HTC Salsa and it did work. I'd leave my bike at a friends place over night and I was then able to pinpoint the bike to my friends address from the other side of town.

    http://goo.gl/jiwzrS

  • Friend got another bike stolen and asked about GPS trackers. Anything new and decent out there with long battery life and cheap?

  • We've spoken about bike tracking devices on here before but it was hard to find something compact, lightweight, with long lasting battery and affordable.

    Saw this on Instagram:
    https://monimoto.co.uk/

    Review here:
    https://www.bennetts.co.uk/bikesocial/re­views/products/security/trackers/tested-­monimoto-smart-alarm-and-tracker-review

    Cost is £149 then £3 per month for the sim card so running cost is £36 per year + say a new battery every 6 months = £20

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