I've never been a big fan of these Bluetooth trackers.. I previously tried the Kensington Proximo and found it less than useful - especially when the app would crash and send the key fob into a tirade.
This device is a little smarter. It won't go off when the app quits or crashes, and it feels like a little more thought went into its design. The manufacturer says the battery should last well over a year or two. I haven't turned it off since it arrived a few days ago and the battery is still reporting 100% remaining. I also like how it has a 'crowd sourcing' mode where friends can be enlisted to help you find your lost item in a more systematic way.
The device itself is a little large. But it's thin enough to fit into a wallet. The range of its bluetooth radio was better than expected and the app does not provide directional clues as to its location. But it's easy enough to hit the alarm button to have it start beeping. Unfortunately the TrackR could not make my phone beep as indicated in the marketing.
These devices have limited utility for me. But if you're in need of something like this the TrackR is the better than the Proximo.
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