The Yepzon child tracker is a godsend for parents paranoid about losing track of their little princes and princesses. I know my parents would've loved to have one of these back in the early 90s when I was busy running under security barriers and climbing fences into other people's property.
The Finnish-made gadget is currently at type-approval stage; its makers are looking for 50 testers around the world so if you have a slippery child, you may want to sign up.
The Yepzon child tracker can be paired with iOS, Android and Windows Phones with a tap. It has no buttons, which means it cannot be turned off. It also doesn't require any kind of registration or passwords, making it a breeze to set up and begin using instantly.
The unit combines Bluetooth, GPS positioning and cellphone network location, meaning that your child can be tracked anywhere from next door to the other side of the globe. The mother of Macaulay Culkin's lovable character from Home Alone would've loved to have one of these.