TrackR Bravo - Rose Gold (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Quickly ring your lost item through the TrackR app
- Pressing the button on the TrackR device makes your phone ring even on silent mode
- Two-way separation alerts remind you to grab items before you leave them behind
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TrackR is a small, coin-sized device that easily attaches to your valuable items. With the TrackR app, locate any lost or misplaced item in seconds by ringing your missing keys, using TrackR’s Distance Indicator or via Crowd GPS.
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The main reason I went with this product was for the separation alarm feature to prevent me from leaving my keys behind in the first place. Well that part doesn't work well, which is disappointing because that was the selling point for me. If you understand the rest of the product you would expect it to not work real well to locate your item. The way it works is by others who use the app and have crowd GPS enabled and get near your product. Relying on a network of users of the product leaves a lot of coverage gaps. I understood and accepted the limitations of the product going into it, but was expecting the separation alarm to be my savior.
The problem is the separation alert false alarms A LOT. Like multiple times a day to the point where you either ignore it or turn it off. I keep my keys on me and my phone, both on my body. Going about routine tasks this morning I bet it went off way over 10 times. Sometimes it's just the phone alert, sometimes it's the phone and the device both alerting, when all the time they are both on me, phone in my pocket and keys clipped to a belt loop.
If the product worked as advertised I would rate it higher. I felt some people gave low ratings because they didn't fully understand how it worked (crowd source gps), so I thought I would give it a chance, but it simply malfunctions.
Things I did like was the build quality of the aluminum shell and the user serviceable battery.
Overall might be OK in metropolitan area with large user base (if there is such an area) and not rely on separation alert because it's faulty
EDIT: less than a week in it went from malfunction to no function. It quit working all together. Phone won't find it at all. Absolute junk. Listen to the one star reviews. AVOID. Would give zero stars if I could
I bought this in July 2016. The 1st one that arrived was dead. I didn't have a volt meter to check the battery and I could not find the battery in any of the local stores so I don't know if the device was defective or just had a dead battery.
I returned it and got a replacement.
The good: I did a couple tests. While we were camping I asked my daughter to hide my keys (with the Trackr on the keyring) The signal strength meter on the app did get me to the general area and I saw them on the ground.
One feature I never tried is that if you have the Trackr on something that has gone missing you can go into your app and configure it to have the Trackr "community" find it. Apparently when you have the app installed it will report back to their company every Trackr device it detects and tell them the date, time & location. If you had flagged your Trackr as missing you would then receive notifications of where it had been spotted. So, the more people that have the app, the better chance you have of getting location data back.
The bad: You can activate a "beeping sound" from tracker if you are close however the sound is NOT very loud and it is a very high frequency which I can not hear very well. In addition, near the end of Aug (just over 1 month of ownership) I realized the Trackr was dead. I am hoping it is just the battery and have ordered some more from Amazon but the battery life is SUPPOSED to be good for about 1 year. I had only had Trackr ring my phone twice and only played "find the keys" twice so it's not like it has had a lot of use.
I am HOPING that Trackr got a bad batch of batteries and that the new batteries will bring this back to life and last more than a month.
Battery dead again. It lasted less than 2 months on the replacement battery. Since I got a 4-pack of batteries I will continue changing batteries til they are gone and then toss this thing.
Dropped the rating to 1 star because a product that is SUPPOSED to last a year on the supplied battery can not even go 2 months
It in no way was able to locate my car, Bravo attached to the keys. Yesterday my wife went to a football game and thinking that the "crowd" locating function will surely do the trick she was not found. However, I did get an alert that 2,543 Bravos were clustered near by.
In short, it is a joke.