The Best GPS Trackers to Maximize Your Security Efforts

GPS tracking is popularly used to help users keep track of important assets, vehicles, and in cases where it is legal to do so, other people. At BrickHouse Security, ensuring that our customers are equipped with the highest quality security tools is important to us. Our selection of GPS trackers, such as our best vehicle tracking devices and personal GPS trackers, are equipped with advanced features for meeting your needs.

  • Spark Nano 7 GPS Tracker

    Spark Nano 7 GPS Tracker

    Smallest and most versatile GPS tracker available.

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    $49.99
    $79.99
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  • EON 4G Long Life Asset Tracker

    EON 4G Long Life Asset Tracker

    Ideal for tracking valuable assets anywhere, both indoors and out.

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    $199.99
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  • TrackPort 4G Vehicle GPS Tracker

    TrackPort 4G Vehicle GPS Tracker

    Simple plug and play GPS Vehicle Tracker.

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    $79.99
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  • 140-Day 4G Magnetic GPS Tracker

    140-Day 4G Magnetic GPS Tracker

    "Slap and Track" 4G GPS Tracker lasts up to 140 days with our extended battery.

     
    $179.99
    $250.00
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  • Livewire 4G GPS Vehicle Tracker

    Livewire 4G GPS Vehicle Tracker

    Fastest 4G vehicle tracker installed to be completely covert & managed via the app

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    $79.99
    $149.99
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  • Sat Track Micro GPS World Tracker

    Sat Track Micro GPS World Tracker

    Track assets via satellite without cellular for up to a year on 4 AAA batteries

     
    $159.99
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  • TrackPort International

    TrackPort International

    Just plug and track - No wires or batteries

     
    $79.99
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  • SilverCloud Overdrive GPS Tracker

    The new and improved SilverCloud includes increased battery life and unlimited usage on a stored server.

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    $299.00
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Did You Know?

A GPS tracker functions a lot like a cell phone: it calculates location, speed, and direction data using multiple GPS satellites, and it reports that data via a cellular network. Active trackers, also known as real-time trackers, contain GPS satellite receivers in addition to cellular transmitters, which enable the device to take in location information and transmit information right as it occurs. Passive trackers, also known as GPS loggers, take the information transmitted from GPS satellites and store it, with no means of transmitting the data.

To access location and speed information, the user needs to retrieve the GPS tracker and either plug the device into a computer or plug a SIM card into a computer. There are many different kinds of GPS trackers on the market to suit your own personal needs.

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