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Monday, August 07, 2006

Lock In and Find Items with Loc8tor

Loc8tor is an innovative product that helps find important possessions and can even stop them from getting lost in the first place.

For young and old, pet lovers to parents and gadget lovers to grandparents, Loc8tor is designed to be exceptionally easy to use and helps avoid that feeling of frustration when you mislay your valuables. From finding keys, handbags or mobile phones to ensuring the safety of your children, pets and personal possessions, Loc8tor's versatility means it can be used in almost any situation by simply attaching the tag to any item you want to protect.

In Locate mode audio beeps and the on-screen directional display guide users quickly and easily to mislaid tagged items. In Alert mode an invisible safety zone can be set up around the Loc8tor (plus) alerting you with audio-visual and vibration alarms should tagged items move out of the set boundary.

Loc8tor can be used around the home, in the office or while you're out and about. Small, discrete Tags and a compact Handheld unit direct users from up to 600 feet to within 1" of the mislaid item.

The technology that makes the Loc8tor range unique allows each Handheld to track up to 24 miniaturised Tags in Locate and Alert modes.

With Loc8tor you never need to worry about losing anything again!

Click this link to learn more or purchase Loc8tor system: http://www.loc8tor.com.

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