Trakdot Luggage pre-order is now available


Earlier this year, we did talk about the Trakdot Luggage and its debut at CES in Las Vegas, Nevada. Well, frequent travelers would be able to tell you that they appreciate nothing more than a quick whisk to the nearest hotel from the airport, especially after a particularly long flight that saw them cross multiple time zones, throwing their internal body clock out of what by several hours, too. To hear news from the airline counter that your luggage has been delayed, or even worse, it has arrived but somehow misplaced, is definitely the last thing that you have on your mind. Well, the Trakdot Luggage is here to help in such a situation, and Trakdot is more than well pleased to announce that they are now accepting pre-orders for the Trakdot Luggage device.

The Trakdot Luggage was created by GlobaTrac, LLC , a name that should be familiar among those who deal with low cost tracking solutions. The Trakdot Luggage works this way – you fit it into a checked bag, where it will then be able to report the city or airport location in real time to any designated cellular telephone. If you are always on the forefront of technology and want to be an early adopter by placing an order on before April 27 this year, then you will be able to enjoy a waiver on your activation fee.

The Trakdot Luggage should be able to offer a degree of peace of mind for travelers, especially when you have valuables in your luggage. This should go some way in reducing the amount of stress when traveling. Using the Trakdot Luggage is a cinch, all you need to do is register the tracker, turn it on, place it in your luggage of choice, and you’re good to go. Trakdot relies on cell technology instead of GPS to triangulate an active device’s location.

The Trakdot Luggage will arrive later this June for $49.99, where it is accompanied by an activation fee of $8.99 and an annual service fee of $12.99.

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