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TrackR bravo - Bluetooth Tracking Device. Item Tracker. Phone Finder. iOS/Android Compatible. Generation 3, Silver (1 Pack)
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- Item ringer - Find just about anything you might lose: keys, wallet, purse, laptop... now with an improved buzzer!
- Phone Finder - Press the little button on TrackR bravo to ring and find your smartphone, even on silent mode.
- Crowd Locate - Find your lost items on a map. Bluetooth range, up to 100 feet. Obstacles such as walls or furniture may affect range
- Replaceable battery - Free battery replacement program (US only). Competitors require you to buy a new device every year.
- Free TrackR app download, compatible with iOS & Android.
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TrackR bravo is our sleekest, slimmest Bluetooth tracker. And TrackR is designed to last. Order a replacement battery for free – right from the app – when you're notified that it's running low.
Attach to anything
TrackR bravo is perfect for keys, wallets, bags or anything you don't want to lose. Use the app to find it fast.
Replace the battery for free
Other brands require you to replace the entire device. TrackR notifies you when the battery is low. And lets you order a free replacement right from the app.
Find your phone, too
Even if it's on silent. Just press TrackR bravo to make your phone ring. Or find it with your voice, with the Find My Phone Skill for Amazon Alexa.
See where you last had something
Tap to view the last seen location of your TrackR bravo. TrackR's global Crowd Locate network will send you a private notification if another user passes by your lost item.
Attach to anything
Comes with a free key ring and double-sided adhesive.
TrackR app for Apple iOS and Android
Free TrackR app download. Works with both Android and Apple iOS devices with Bluetooth 4.0.
Apple devices: Requires iOS 9.0 or later
Works with iPhone 4s and newer, iPad and Retina display and iPod touch.
Android devices: Requires Android 4.4 or later
Works with Android phones, including Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S5, Google Nexus 5X, Sony Xperia A, Sony Xperia X Performance, Sony Xperia Z3, Sony Xperia Z4, Sony Xperia Z5 – and more. If you don't see your device listed, please contact TrackR Customer Support for more details.
- Metal key ring and double-sided 3M adhesive (one per item tracker)
- User-replaceable CR1620 battery (installed in each item tracker)
- Setup guide
- TrackR app download for Apple iOS or Android devices
Lost your keys again? find them quickly and reliably with TrackR. Call your missing keys from the TrackR app. TrackR bravos loud ringer says, here it is! it can also find your smartphone, even on silent mode.
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The TrackR bravo is relatively small and lightweight. It has a replaceable battery and an aluminum outer shell that make it last longer than the competition which is only good for one year with its non-replaceable battery (after that the app will constantly nag you to buy a new replacement tracker). Given the short time that I have the bravo, it is still early to tell how long the battery would last in it. One good thing going for it though is that it has a low battery indicator on the app, so you know when it's about time to change the battery.
Another nice feature is that you can locate your phone by asking Alexa to find it, provided the app is running. You can also press the button on the tracker to find your phone, which is pretty much a standard anyway.
The bravo is not without any drawbacks though. The most significant one for me is the volume of the ringer on the bravo. It's very soft and hard to hear in a moderately noisy environment. Good luck using the ringer to find your item if you're commuting in a train.
Overall, I like the TrackR bravo. It is far from perfect. That said, it performs reasonably well and the app seems stable and easy to use. If you're looking for a Bluetooth tracker to tag your important item with, it is worthwhile to give it a try.
The Tile worked fine but was pretty huge and the battery is non-replaceable. After about 10-11 months, the app started nagging me to buy a new one, and eventually, that irritated me so much I tossed it and uninstalled the app.
The Bravo was smaller and far more attractive. It looks like part of my keys instead of a giant thing stuck on the ring with them. It works fairly well, and has a small button that can be pressed to make the phone ring, if the app is running.
The battery is replaceable, and I ordered a big pack of ten or so from Amazon. Replacing the battery is pretty easy too, although it does require a small sharp thing to pop the battery holder out with. I use a small micro screwdriver, but a bent paperclip would likely work as well.
There are three main downsides.
The small speaker in the device is so quiet that if you make it ring in an attempt to find your phone, you will have difficulty hearing it unless it happens to be clipped to your earlobe.
The battery only lasts about two months or so. I really have no idea because every time I try to use mine they are dead. I'm guessing two months.
This new version corrects one big flaw that helps with that, however. The older one had no warning or notification for low battery or battery failure. That, along with the short battery life, was why mine was dead most of the time. This one has circuitry that can estimate the battery levels, and the app has been updated to warn you when the battery gets low. This is a huge improvement. Replacing the battery is not a problem, but knowing when to do it was impossible. So, yay for that!
The Bravo actually saved me when I was traveling. I put one in my wallet with my cash and credit cards, and the second one in my passport case. We were eating lunch one day and I reached for my wallet to pay - and it was gone! Pretty terrifying when you are in a foreign country, even one as nice as Ireland. After a big frantic search and trying to find it, I remembered the Bravo, so I pulled up the app and it showed it right on top of me. I triggered the tiny speaker and found my wallet in a different pocket than I normally kept it. Crisis averted!
I always keep on on my keychain, and now that it warns of low battery, it will actually be useful when I need it.
Now they just need to find a way to make the batteries last a lot longer, so minus a full star for that.
Sean Logue, 2017
I bought this for two reasons. One is to track a wallet that is usually lost at home. The sound volume is more than enough to hear it. I also bought this for my computer bag. I know this sounds stupid but I drive to work every week day and put my computer bag in the back of the car. About once a month, I will get paranoid and get scared when I am on the highway that my bag is not in the car. I cannot see the back because of the headrests. So maybe about once a month I will get off an exit and stop to open the back to look. Even with this, about once a year, I will get to work and find out I forgot to bring my bag so I waste 60 minutes driving back to get my computer. This will help a lot. I also like the idea that I can replace the battery by myself.
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