Win an Invoxia Cellular GPS Tracker [Cult of Mac giveaway]

Win an Invoxia Cellular GPS Tracker and stop losing things [Cult of Mac giveaway]


Invoxia Cellular GPS Tracker
This cellular GPS tracker works with a companion app for easy tracking anytime, anywhere.
Photo: Invoxia

If you live in a big city, you likely suffered the misfortune of having something stolen. Maybe thieves swiped your bike, motorcycle, car or backpack.

Whatever the item, it sucks. But this week’s Cult of Mac giveaway can help you when disaster strikes. Invoxia, an award-winning designer of tracking devices, is giving three lucky winners its Cellular GPS Tracker and a one-year subscription to 4G networks that let the device work its magic.

If you constantly misplace your bag or worry about getting your bike stolen, make sure you enter our  giveaway.

Invoxia Cellular GPS Tracker

The sleek $129 Invoxia Cellular GPS Tracker is housed in a black aluminum case with a leather cord. It will track the people you love and your vehicles. It is light and discreet (weighs 30 grams and is just 4 inches in length), making it easy to place anywhere.

Unlike Bluetooth trackers such as Apple’s AirTags, which need an iPhone nearby to locate your missing object, Invoxia’s standalone Cellular GPS Tracker has unlimited range. Since it utilizes 4G cellular networks, it works practically anywhere to easily track people and possessions.

The GPS Tracker includes a SIM card and comes with a one-year subscription to 4G networks (LTE Cat-M1). After the initial year subscription is finished, you will be charged $29.90 per year. Invoxia is among the first to release a low-cost tracker using this affordable technology: Classic GSM trackers have subscription fees up to $20 per months and hidden activation fees.

Invoxia’s GPS Tracker has an extensive battery life that lasts between up to seven weeks depending on various factors. And in its energy-saving mode, it will last up t0 four months. The rechargeable 250mAh battery will charge in 90 minutes with the included Micro-USB cable.

The GPS Tracker is compatible with  IFTTT,(short for If This Then That), an automation platform that helps devices, services and apps work well together. For example, you can set up rules to set the house alarm when you leave your home with the tracker, or open the garage door when entering your driveway. The options are endless.

Invoxia free iOS & Android GPS app features

  • Proximity radar: Hot/cold proximity radar lets you find device more easily last few feet.
  • GPS tracking: The device sends its location every five, 10 or 30 minutes while moving.
  • Anti-theft alerts: Receive notifications in real time when an item moves suspiciously.
  • History: See precise route of the Cellular GPS Tracker during any time period.
  • Geofencing alert: Set geographic areas to be notified when tracker enters or leaves the security zone.

Track and protect your vehicle

Invoxia Cellular GPS Tracking
Now you can easily track your vehicle in real time.
Photo: Invoxia

In the United States, a car theft occurs every three minutes. A motorcycle is stolen every 11 minutes. To counter this, the Invoxia tracker’s anti-theft alerts can be triggered when an item moves or by gentle vibrations caused by things like lock tampering.

To use it, simply place the Invoxia GPS Tracker in the glove box or trunk of your vehicle. In case of any movement, you will be the first to know. If you own a scooter or motorcycle, put the tracker in the top case or in the seat box.

You can get creative with your tracker placement — just don’t put it someplace visible. Invoxia offers tips for where to place your tracker for ultimate security.

Invoxia also publishes a blog full of successful vehicle recoveries. One person even found their parachute lost in flight.

Invoxia Cellular GPS Tracker
Protect your children and seniors by safely monitoring them.
Photo: Invoxia

Track and protect your loved ones

The Invoxia GPS Tracker can also monitor your children or your senior parents. You can set it so you receive notifications when children arrive or leave predefined areas that set. If you have senior relatives, you will be able to determine specific zones and get notifications of any unusual journeys.

The tracker also comes equipped with an alert button. That way, the person can send an alert with their position from anywhere in the United States, at any time.

Just slip the Invoxia GPS Tracker inside a bag’s interior pockets or in the lining of a coat for instant peace of mind.

 About Invoxia

Invoxia has been making tracking devices to protect important people and valuable possessions for the past decade. Founded in 2010 by Eric Carreel and Serge Renouard in Issy-les-Moulineaux, France, Invoxia has been at the heart of French tech by designing innovative products.

With three offices in France, the United States and China, the company’s mission is to protect what you care most about from loss or theft. And Invoxia offers a range of tracking devices dedicated to consumers for different uses.

The company regularly opens new markets and controls each stage of its products’ life cycles, from design to marketing. Invoxia takes great pride in the fact that thousands of vehicles have been recovered with its devices. Invoxia unveiled its latest invention, the Smart Dog Collar, at this year’s CES. A collar that monitors dogs’ vitals, activity and location 24/7, it won an Innovation award at the electronics show and will be available this summer.

Enter to win an Invoxia Cellular GPS Tracker

Use the entry widget below to sign up for our free Cult of Mac Today newsletter and enter the giveaway. Plus, connect with Cult of Mac and Invoxia in a variety of other ways to gain additional entries.

Invoxia Cellular GPS Tracker

Contest open to residents of the United States only. Contest ends at 11:59 p.m. PST on February 2, 2022. No Apple products are included. See Terms and Conditions for more information about the giveaway.


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