Trackr Bravo

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(54 customer reviews)

Original price was: ₨2,000.00.Current price is: ₨1,499.00.

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  • Trackr Bravo: Never lose your valuables again with this powerful Bluetooth tracker.
  • Keep your belongings safe and secure with Trackr Bravo’s advanced features and durable design.
  • Simplify your life and stay organized by seamlessly integrating Trackr Bravo into your daily routine.
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Stay Connected to Your Belongings with Trackr Bravo

Never Lose Your Valuables Again

Are you tired of misplacing your keys, wallet, or other important items? With Trackr Bravo, you can say goodbye to the frustration of searching for misplaced belongings. This revolutionary Bluetooth tracker provides a simple and effective solution to help you keep track of your valuables.

Trackr Bravo pairs seamlessly with your smartphone, allowing you to easily locate your items using the intuitive mobile app. Simply attach the compact and stylish Bravo to your keychain, slip it into your wallet, or affix it to any item you frequently misplace. The next time you can’t find your keys or wallet, all you have to do is open the app and let Trackr Bravo guide you.

Thanks to the cutting-edge Crowd Locate technology, Trackr Bravo harnesses the power of a vast community of users to help you find your lost items. If your belongings go out of range, the app automatically records their last known location on a map. Should you still be unable to locate them, you can rely on the Trackr community to help. When any Trackr app user comes within range of your lost item, you will receive a discreet notification revealing its updated location. Say goodbye to the days of lost keys and wallet panic!

Peace of Mind at Your Fingertips

Protect Your Valuables with Trackr Bravo

 

 

In today’s fast-paced world, our valuables are more important than ever. Whether it’s your wallet, passport, or even your beloved pet, losing them can be a nightmare. That’s why Trackr Bravo is the perfect companion for safeguarding your most precious possessions.

With its sleek and discreet design, Trackr Bravo can be attached to virtually anything without drawing attention. Its durable construction ensures that it can withstand the rigors of everyday life, so you can trust it to stay put, no matter where your adventures take you.

The Trackr Bravo app not only allows you to locate your items but also provides an array of additional features to enhance your peace of mind. Activate the separation alerts to receive a notification on your phone whenever you leave your belongings behind. Whether it’s your gym bag, laptop, or your child’s backpack, Trackr Bravo will ensure you never forget them again.

Trackr Bravo also offers a unique Crowd GPS feature. If you misplace your item outside of Bluetooth range, you can mark it as lost in the app. Once you do, every Trackr app user in the community becomes your ally in the search. Should someone with the Trackr app come within range of your lost item, you’ll receive a discreet notification revealing its location. With Trackr Bravo, you’re never alone in finding what matters most to you.

Effortless Integration for a Simplified Lifestyle

Seamlessly Connect Your Life with Trackr Bravo

 

 

 

Imagine a life where you no longer have to worry about losing your keys, phone, or wallet. Trackr Bravo makes this a reality by seamlessly integrating into your daily routine.

The intuitive Trackr Bravo app is compatible with both iOS and Android devices, ensuring that no matter what smartphone you use, you can enjoy the benefits of this remarkable tracking technology. The app’s user-friendly interface allows you to manage multiple Trackr devices simultaneously, giving you complete control over your entire collection of valuable items.

Trackr Bravo’s versatility extends beyond personal belongings. Its smart technology can even be applied to pets! By attaching the Bravo to your pet’s collar, you can keep track of their whereabouts and ensure their safety. With the app’s virtual leash feature, you’ll receive instant alerts if your furry

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  1. meo

    Putting this on my keys has been a lifesaver! After initially ordering one for the keys, I now have one in my wallet, on m TV remote, in my laptop bag (and on my laptop!), and even on my dog’s collar. This nifty device helps way more than just a key finder – it actually prevents you from losing stuff in the first place.Pros- SUPER thin – even more thin in person than it appears in pictures!- great design – I really enjoy how it looks on my dog’s collar, and would be a perfect accessory for nearly anything- replaceable battery – competitors don’t have this, and it saves me money.- separation alerts – these are what I mentioned previously! You get an alert BEFORE you actually lose something! For example I could have left my wallet at the restaurant last night, and it would have alerted me. I’ve only tested the feature, but I have no doubt it will work when I actually leave something behind!Cons- Range can be longer, but with updates I’m sure it’ll be improved – especially since it’s still a new technology!- Can it be as thin as a credit card, please?!?Overall I think 

    TrackR bravo

     deserves a 5 star rating. It’s a great product that’s only going to get better from here, and even if TrackR saves my keys just ONCE, it’s worth the $30 as opposed to replacing all my keys!

  2. or***

    items arrived a little late. works good, application is very stable. sometime the application can’t connect to the device, needs 3-4 times to try (Nexus 5X, Android 6.0.1) . nice gadget, solid, not scratch able .

  3. gio***

    Love it

  4. pe***

    Love it!!!

  5. s***

    I usually don’t write reviews but I have to for this one. I love it so much!!I got it as a gift and thought it was just okay at first. I started using it for my key with a little bit of doubt. Turned out.. It saves so much time before I leave my house because I don’t have to look for my keys everywhere!!Also, it looks really cool and the sound it makes is loud enough for you to find your stuff even if it’s under your blankets but not too loud to scare your roommates. :PI bought one for my laptop and then bought a silver one for my mom. :)Thank you for making such a cool product! You probably saved hours of my life for the past few months. xDHighly recommended!!

  6. am

    The Bravo has stopped me from losing my keys so many times that I can’t stress it enough how much I love this product!

  7. wo***

    This TrackR is easy to setup and used.I miss placed my keys and using the TrackR Bravo app , I was able to located it under my sofa. Very good device.

  8. mp****

    If your looking for a device that prevents you from being late ever again because you can’t find your keys again or any other essential item- this device might be for you! Some of the highlights of the device include:1) The ability to ring either your device or phone: This is actually one of the main reasons I decided to purchase TrackR bravo than all other competitive bluetooth devices. Located on the TrackR is a small button you can press to ring your phone, even if you put your phone on silent mode! Yes, iPhone you can always use Find my iPhone, however, the TrackR enables you to find your items in seconds vs. the trouble of logging in before you can ring your phone.2) There is no monthly service fees or subscriptions: For 30 dollars this is a definite steal. All you need to do is purchase a TrackR device and download TrackR’s free TrackR app on Google Play or Apple’s app store. So if your thinking of purchasing a GPS key finder, in terms of gains and losses, you might end up paying more in monthly fees than just getting a new set of keys in the long run.3) Easy to use map: Based on my IOS experience on my iPhone 6, the TrackR app super easy to use, has a map with a pinpoint of your item’s location and below a button to ring your item. The app also includes the Crowd GPS feature that enables every TrackR app user to help find your item once it’s out of range and Device alert and Phone alert. Device alert and Phone alert helps you from leave your device or phone behind. Once once its out of range, your phone or device will beat.4) Sleek and beautiful design: The device is about the size of a quarter and i’ve read it’s also the slimmest in the world right now- slim enough that it can slip into my wallet perfectly! Additionally, it just looks great on your keys and an instant conversation starter.

  9. in***

    This little gadget is wonderful! I work with community corrections and monitor people on house arrest with the newest GPS bracelets. While working I have always thought that I need to have a similar system for my dogs. However, the size of the transmitters are very large. TrackR is the perfect size to attach to their collars. It was very easy to download everything to my Samsung cellphone so now when I take the girls to the country to run off leash, I have the added security knowing that if they don’t come back when I signal them to, I can look on my cellphone and see where they are. This is peace of mind for me and I truly appreciate this technology.

  10. pa***

    The Trackr Bravo has saved me more times then i can count whether it was helping me locate my phone or showing me where I left my keys, the Trackr Bravo is an amazing product and I am very grateful to own this little device it is a life saver and the free battery replacement the company offers is just and added bonus to an already excellent product. I highly recommend it to anyone looking to buy one you will not be disappointed I guarantee it!

  11. ac***

    My husband bought me a TrackR Bravo for Christmas. I am a habitual misplacer of both my keys and cell phone. The Bravo has helped me find my keys numerous times already. I am in my 60’s and admittingly not the best with technology. The app is simply, elegant, and easy to understand. The volume however does leave some to be desired. Especially for for us older folks. The crowd gps is also a great feature. I left my keys at my daughters house, who also received a Bravo for Christmas. I went on the app and my keys were shown at her house. I called her and sure enough they were sitting on her kitchen table. Overall I am extremely impressed with my Bravo. I would recommend that s product to anyone who ever loses anything!

  12. ji***

    works

  13. Jeslokin

    Great product. Fast delivery.

  14. Kevin Wilkinson

    Arrived on time and works as advertised.

  15. az…

    I’ve had a two TrackRs for a month or so and generally really like it!It’s super thin and fits nicely inside my wallet. It also comes with a keyring and a double sided sticky so it’s also on my set of keys (and could probably also go on my laptop). It connected super easily to my iPhone and was actually pretty fun to set up. I had no idea it works two ways—to find the things you put the tracker on and to find the device you have it connected to. That was such a pleasant surprise!I think it works its best when you use your phone to find what you’re missing instead of trying to use the actual TrackR to find your phone. The Bluetooth connectivity is my only gripe—I just want it to be stronger so I can find my phone when I have my keys/wallet. I don’t seem to have the same issue with other devices & their Bluetooth connection but maybe it’s me, who knows. Just my two cents. Or, ooh, maybe if there were more people using the app, we’d all see an increase in reliability.Also, the battery life needs to be applauded because it lasts up to a year. Get one!!

  16. coo….

    I looked at bluetooth trackers when my camera and a bunch of other stuff was stolen. It seemed tile was better, but I really wanted a replaceable battery. It is working OK so far. Takes about 11 seconds to reconnect.I wish the sound was louder. Won’t be too much of a problem as I have it on a big belt pouch that should be easy to find. I hope I don’t have to use crowd locate.

  17. at….

    good quality

  18. jo…..

    Just received 10 Trackr before Christmas and gave 6 away as gifts. The remaining I have attached to dog, 2 sets of keys and the car itself.The latter I used when exiting the mall last night and looked out over a sea of cars in this massive parking lot and I couldn’t remember where the car was. My trackr walked me right to it.The one on the dog I have had to use 3 times since Christmas !All I can say is they should have invented these long ago ! They work exactly like they are advertised.Thanks Trackr

  19. px…

    I recently purchased the TrackR bravo. I’m enjoying the peace of mind it provides me with. I like the fact that the battery is user replaceable. No need to send it in or swap the device.Also, you can rename the TrackR easily with the iPhone app and choose a matching icon. I’ll be getting some more.

  20. am…

    Excellent product and good seller. It is recommended 100%

  21. p…

    I ordered two-pack of Trackr Bravos and two water resistant cases. I received the order today. One of the Trackr’s batteries is half dead, and the second Tracker’s battery is almost completely dead. They both have a laughable range of less than 10 feet before they disconnect, not anywhere near the 100 feet claimed by the manufacturer. I would have to almost trip over my cat before the device reconnected and found him for me. Not sure if fresh batteries would help that. Also, I only received one of the water resistant cases, but Amazon just agreed to refund me for the other missing case. Maybe it’s the batteries, maybe theses devices are just defective, either way they suck as is.

  22. hsx**

    I watched an Ad of their device on FB a couple of days earlier and noticed that this was on sale and hence decided to get it at a great promotional value in exchange of a review. Their service was fast and amazing. I spoke to Rhiannon about a glitch in the pricing and she responded very quickly to fix it.I drive my bike to work and wanted a way to track it when I lock it in my office garage when I am on the 10th floor working away. I was scared that someone might steal my bike and was looking for ways to protect it and not have to worry about it’s safety. That’s where TracR comes into picture. I attached it to the key ring provided and hooked it up under the bike seat. To a normal person, it is barely visible and they wouldn’t know what it is; good for my bike’s security as it is non-decript.I was able to setup the device via bluetooth fairly easily and map it out on the GPS so I know when it has moved/changed locations. That way, I’ll be alerted if my bike is moving when it shouldn’t. It has an alarm notification that can ring on the Device itself and although it not as loud as I’d like it to be, it gives me a peace of mind. The App (Android or iPhone) has a Map view and proximity sensor. Another bonus is the way how the TrackR CrowdGPS community will know of my device and can alert when they find a missing item nearby them. The battery is a CR 1616 and mine worked only a couple of days before it went dead. I contacted their support and waiting to hear from them but from my previous experience, hope that they will contact soon.So far, my bike has stayed put where I locked it and hope that it does not move but hey, you never know when you’ll to TracR it and I can be assured that I am set and ready for when that happens.Pros:LightweightUser friendlyCrowd GPSAlert Mechanism – Phone and DeviceSafety and SecurityTrackR Support – Very prompt and courteousCons:Not entirely sure of the battery life – mine died within the first couple of days (though I am in touch with support)The TrackR Device alarm is not very loudIt takes a tad bit long to connect/detect the deviceEdit:As I stated earlier, I was talking to their Customer Support and after a couple of email exchanges, I’ve been promised to be sent a new battery and hoping that the issue will be resolved. The Customer Support took about 3 weeks in all since my 1st email to finally send me a battery. I’ll post another update when the battery has arrived.

  23. har***

    I watched an Ad of their device on FB a couple of days earlier and noticed that this was on sale and hence decided to get it at a great promotional value in exchange of a review. Their service was fast and amazing. I spoke to Rhiannon about a glitch in the pricing and she responded very quickly to fix it.I drive my bike to work and wanted a way to track it when I lock it in my office garage when I am on the 10th floor working away. I was scared that someone might steal my bike and was looking for ways to protect it and not have to worry about it’s safety. That’s where TracR comes into picture. I attached it to the key ring provided and hooked it up under the bike seat. To a normal person, it is barely visible and they wouldn’t know what it is; good for my bike’s security as it is non-decript.I was able to setup the device via bluetooth fairly easily and map it out on the GPS so I know when it has moved/changed locations. That way, I’ll be alerted if my bike is moving when it shouldn’t. It has an alarm notification that can ring on the Device itself and although it not as loud as I’d like it to be, it gives me a peace of mind. The App (Android or iPhone) has a Map view and proximity sensor. Another bonus is the way how the TrackR CrowdGPS community will know of my device and can alert when they find a missing item nearby them. The battery is a CR 1616 and mine worked only a couple of days before it went dead. I contacted their support and waiting to hear from them but from my previous experience, hope that they will contact soon.So far, my bike has stayed put where I locked it and hope that it does not move but hey, you never know when you’ll to TracR it and I can be assured that I am set and ready for when that happens.Pros:LightweightUser friendlyCrowd GPSAlert Mechanism – Phone and DeviceSafety and SecurityTrackR Support – Very prompt and courteousCons:Not entirely sure of the battery life – mine died within the first couple of days (though I am in touch with support)The TrackR Device alarm is not very loudIt takes a tad bit long to connect/detect the deviceEdit:As I stated earlier, I was talking to their Customer Support and after a couple of email exchanges, I’ve been promised to be sent a new battery and hoping that the issue will be resolved. The Customer Support took about 3 weeks in all since my 1st email to finally send me a battery. I’ll post another update when the battery has arrived.

  24. mi***

    Bought it for my son. He loves it. He bought 2 more

  25. da****

    Update : let’s play a game. Can you guess who’s vspe is MIA and who’s pixel has a dead battery AGAIN? Oh I know this is a tough one…so I’ll tell you… me! So, yeah. In 3 or 4 days or a week or whenever my “tracked” vape shows up…Im sending these back. if u like hour tracker to work even worse than it having one….these silver bullets are just what u need…12 hours earlier……I have trackers on most of my stuff, since I hold a world record in losing things, but some of my smaller items were in need. Having just dropped too much on a flashy new vape, I went on the hunt and found the pixel. I bought the silver ones cuz they were on sale for less than 5 bucks a piece. I added one to my vape, and people just think it’s part of the design. However, one day in the battery died. Three or four days later I found my vape. I hadn’t added the other two trackers to anything yet (and still haven’t), so I took out the battery, replacing it with a battery from one of the others. One day in the battery died. I took the last battery and replaced it. That was yesterday. The battery is dying. So, maybe these guys have been sitting around awhile, and hopefully it’s just old batteries..I don’t know and not a huge deal, but at nearly 5 bucks each for a new battery locally, this sales is seeming less sale-y.I then saw you can order a “free” battery through the app, so I go in to do that while I’m going in to find my vape, of course. Since the battery is dying, I closed out of the order form to find the vape first, eventually found it, and came back in to the app for the battery and made the mistake of starting over. Now I have 3 batteries in my cart, when there is a limit of 1. It won’t let me delete the other two, and just gives me an error. So I guess u get what you pay for on that one. I could probably just delete the app and start over, but now I’m asking why I’m doing any of this. I could just give up nicotine and probably be less irritated. Besides, by the time it arrives this battery will have died and my vape will be lost somewhere between where I’m sitting now and 2 feet from me, and none of it will matter.One more thing…they aren’t very loud. Maybe that’s a battery issue, but it can get frustrating when the app says you’re dang (amazon told me to clean up my language..like that’s a 1st) near sitting on top of it, you can hear a faint high pitched sound, but your lack of dog hearing makes it difficult to pinpoint where the sound is coming from. When I decide to pony up for the new battery and not return these, maybe that issue will resolve itself.Now I’m not so sure why I wrote nice in the title…maybe I’ll add an ish…

  26. JAY***

    I purchased directly from the TrackR website. I bought 5 of them for me and my family and they already helped in so many ways that never would have occurred to me. The crowd sourcing has also been a big help in finding my device that I left in a restaurant in week 1. These little guys are a great way to keep track of your keys, phones and family members.

  27. DD****

    One morning I was unable to locate my car keys. Being that I have keyless start and left the emergency brake on in my vehicle overnight, the total fess for a new set of keys including the remote, key, programming and towing the vehicle on a flatbed to the dealership (apparently they cannot mate the remote without the vehicle) would have been about $500. Luckily on this occasion a few hours and a torn apart house later I found them. After about 3 years of watching this item and reading reviews of all other items I decided to purchase. I finally realized that $30 for a key finder was a drop in the bucket compared to replacing a lost set. I am so glad I did. The app is very easy to use and it was simple to connect multiple items. I do wish there was some sort of warning when the battery is ready to die, because of course that’s when I was unable to find my keys, again. I also think the ruggedness of the casing could be improved. I worried that the metal part that connects to the key ring will soon wear through or break, but I if that happens I will still buy another. I have a first generation and have had no problems with the sound level on the device and I have used the find my phone button and that works well too. I am very interested in the new home mapping devices releasing soon as my husband is even worse at missing keys (3 sets in 2 years). I have not used the Alexa integration feature yet, but I did go ahead and enable the skill. I am still learning how to use the skills and giving exact commands. BTW we love Alexa in our house. :) The battery was easy to replace and took a stand size coin battery. All in all I would definitely purchase again and I think these will also be my Christmas gifts for this year. I have attached a couple pictures of my device. I do carry my keys in my pocket with a lighter, but you can also see I only have the remote, trackr and one keychain item on the there.

  28. CO**

    Works great……..bought more.

  29. GO**N

    Great purchase, this is what I was looking for !!!

  30. THO*W

    I never leave reviews, but after owning this product since December of 2017 I figure I have enough experience to justify leaving a review.I received my Trackr, installed the app, and was initially impressed with seeing my items and their last known location on the map.After a few months, I realized these decides were just eating through batteries, but I didn’t mind because having a free replacement battery sent to me through the app just took a couple clicks.As of early 2019, however, that came to a crashing end just like their app. The battery replacement option on the app stopped working and Trackr has made no efforts to replace it. I emailed their customer service no less than a dozen times since then, and no response whatsoever… it’s like everyone at the company just packed up and went home.Two other major complaints:- the Trackr device, nor your phone, will give you any indication the battery is dying unless you literally check the app daily.- the connection is pure garbage. My devices have spent more time disconnected than connected. Beyond disappointing. (Just to prove a point, I just randomly checked the Trackr app….and yes, item disconnected)Save your time and money, these are good for absolutely nothing, even if you have the lowest expectations possible.

  31. TER**S

    I bought a lot of these and they have not worked. They are frustrating and very irritating to have and not be able to rely on. Batteries die very quickly and now I can’t even get a hold of Support. There is no way to chat with them or call no response.DON’T WASTE YOUR MONEY on this junk product that does not work.

  32. PA**AN

    This is a really handy device to have to help you stop losing your things. I’m personally using this to keep track of my DSLR bag which holds my DSLR and some other expensive lenses. I’ve had bad luck in the past so I wanted to do all that I could to make sure I don’t lose my stuff. I was originally skeptical about how well this would perform, yet was plesantly surprised by well it worked. See the attached photos for the unboxing, dimensions, and my product use.What’s Included?:-The TrackR (Silver) – Comes with 1 battery preinstalled (like that of a watch)-Instructions/Setup CardPros:-Simple Setup – The TrackR itself is very easy to setup and get working. The battery is preinstalled so all you have to do on the device side is attach it to your desired device. You’ll download the app on either your Android or Apple phone/tablet. You’ll then follow the instructions on the app to finish the setup. The app is able to track your device using the bluetooth and GPS features of the tracker.-Uses – There are several useful applications for the TrackR. Keys and expensive gear probably being the most popular ones.-Replaceable Battery – The battery is cheap to replace (CR1616 coin cell battery) While I can’t yet comment on how long the battery lasts, it is claimed to last for about a year. I do like that it is replaceable as well. The batteries are relatively cheap to replace.-Find Me Feature – Using the GPS and Bluetooth on your phone you can enable a find trackr feature. This involves a beeping sound that will begin once you get relatively close to the trackr. I had success with this in my 3 story house. On the first floor I could begin to hear the beeping (which is like a whirling sound) as I approached to stair case. It’s not the loudest, but if you’re listening for it, it does well. On you phone you’ll see as your getting closer with the on screen text.-Value – While the initial cost of this is relatively high, I think of it like insurance. It’s tracking your device so you always know where it is. This gives you peace of mind and can help you find lost expensive things, for me, my camera bag.-Separation Alert – This alerts you if your phone becomes far away from the TrackR. This is helpful in case you forget something as you’re leaving.Cons:-Initial Cost – I wish these were a little cheaper. These are in their infancy so I can expect that they will decrease costs in the future.-Beeping Loudness – I wish the beeping sound was even louder.-Battery Indicator – I wish the TrackR itself told you the battery level-Initial Setup – Sometimes getting the TrackR to connect with your phone for the first time can be a little confusing. I had to remove the battery and put it back in just to restart the setup.-More Features – It would be nice if there was a feature which periodically automatically updates where your TrackR is. Extra safety. This would add value.Hopefully this review helps. Good luck with your purchase.

  33. D. L. Clarke

    Easy to set-up and find lost items.

  34. AZC***

    I had a rough Superbowl day and instead of spending 5 hours tearing apart my apartment I set off the sound notification on the item and found my keys in my jacket which was thrown under my roommates bed. This thing is dope.

  35. B****B

    I absolutely love my Trackrs! I have several for checked luggage and sets for keys as well. The crowd sourcing feature is amazing. With so many people using it, I never lose connection to my checked luggage at an airport!

  36. D***y

    After having used this for a few days I would break this into two clear uses. The first is short range tracking and finding of an object. The second is long range tracking of an object. Before I jump into this lets talk about the packaging and setup. The package is easy to open, the tracker already has the battery installed, and is ready to go with one push of the button on the tracking device. The App is easy to install and use. (one note: 35 emails got sent to my email reminding me to confirm my account within 10 minutes. I assume this is a fluke, as no one else i know has had this issue.) Once paired to your phone it connected quickly for me each time i came within range. Now lets talk about the usage.On the short range tracking: This is a great way to never lose your keys again. The tracker sounds a chime when activated from your phone, as long as it is within range of your phone. Note this does have its limitations, especially with walls. But works great if you are in the same room. You can also hide this in a co-workers desk and remotely activate the chime and have a little fun making them think they are going insane.The long range tracking is another issue. The crowd GPS technology that this tracker uses is a a great theory, but less than wonderful in practice. I live in a small city with about 150,000 people. I hid my tracker in a flower pot at the mall, and not a single time within a 24 hour period did it show up. This portion of the device might be better in a large city, however there are just not enough users near me to use this as a lost/stolen item tracker. Also, due to the limitations of the technology this wouldn’t work well if your stolen item was taken indoors.Disclaimer: This item was purchased at a discount for the purpose of being honestly and fairly reviewed. The discount given has not influenced the use or review of this item.

  37. D****F

    After having used this for a few days I would break this into two clear uses. The first is short range tracking and finding of an object. The second is long range tracking of an object. Before I jump into this lets talk about the packaging and setup. The package is easy to open, the tracker already has the battery installed, and is ready to go with one push of the button on the tracking device. The App is easy to install and use. (one note: 35 emails got sent to my email reminding me to confirm my account within 10 minutes. I assume this is a fluke, as no one else i know has had this issue.) Once paired to your phone it connected quickly for me each time i came within range. Now lets talk about the usage.On the short range tracking: This is a great way to never lose your keys again. The tracker sounds a chime when activated from your phone, as long as it is within range of your phone. Note this does have its limitations, especially with walls. But works great if you are in the same room. You can also hide this in a co-workers desk and remotely activate the chime and have a little fun making them think they are going insane.The long range tracking is another issue. The crowd GPS technology that this tracker uses is a a great theory, but less than wonderful in practice. I live in a small city with about 150,000 people. I hid my tracker in a flower pot at the mall, and not a single time within a 24 hour period did it show up. This portion of the device might be better in a large city, however there are just not enough users near me to use this as a lost/stolen item tracker. Also, due to the limitations of the technology this wouldn’t work well if your stolen item was taken indoors.Disclaimer: This item was purchased at a discount for the purpose of being honestly and fairly reviewed. The discount given has not influenced the use or review of this item.

  38. P****Co

    works great

  39. A***A

    I was so excited to finally get the chance to put the TrackR to work and never have the issue of trying to find my keys or wallet again. Most importantly on the days I’m running late to work and then I can’t find my keys which makes me extra late. I take the first one out and go to set it up and I press the clear button and it makes a chirp sound and the app takes forever searching for it, to end up never finding it. Then I take the second one out to see if the first was just a defected device and the second one didn’t even make a chirping noise when I pressed the button. Total waste of money. Do not buy. I threw straight in the trash. They are even worth returning the device back. They all belong in the trash.

  40. J**S

    The TrackR is a great device and very accurate when tracking any object that it is attached to or on it’s excellent for toolAnd auto battery chargers where they can be placed inside and can not be noticed by a would be theif

  41. J****l

    I have my TrackR bravo velcro’d inside my Flipside Wallet and it fits perfectly. TrackR should reach out to them and see about creating a Flipside model with a recessed spot just for the TrackR. That would be cool. The Bravo was easy to set up and pair via bluetooth and on initial testing it worked as advertised. Since then, I’ve been out and about and because the bluetooth signal dropped, it would not pair and therefore would not communicate with my phone. I could press the button on the TrackR and Nadda. No signal telling me where my phone was. Luckily I knew I left it in my classroom and when in the room with it in sight on the otherside of the room, there was no bluetooth (I found out after looking into why it wouldn’t play the song I set up as my signal). Once I paired it, I could get the TrackR Bravo to make it’s week little noise. I also recieved an email from TrackR saying that they JUST came out with a new stronger sound version and I would be shipped a new model but I have not seen nor heard anything from TrackR since then (5 days ago). In summary, TrackR is close. They have some issues to resolve regarding dropping the bluetooth but that may be out of their hands given iOS and Android platform complexities so I’m not totally pinning this fault on TrackR. So I gave it three stars because the concept gives me confidence in at least being able to find my wallet. I typically don’t loose my phone so I can always try to pair the devices but I’m not clear if bluetooth must be enabled for trackR to work at all. I need to read the instructions and check out the website again.

  42. UYG**B

    very handy to have. will likely buy more

  43. F****ar

    Amazing

  44. G***Y1

    LOVE IT!

  45. C***SA

    Good deal.

  46. CR***

    Pretty cool little thing. I will buy more

  47. N*******C

    When I was a little girl, I had a messy room. My mom used to try and coax me into cleaning it by saying, “Think how much easier it will be to find everything.” The only problem with that argument was that I already knew where everything was. Somehow, I could always find my way through all that stuff to get to what I was looking for. Unfortunately, that keen sense of navigation didn’t follow me completely into adulthood. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve set down my phone or keys and have not clue where they are. Most of the time, they are right under my nose, but other times, I find them in odd places like the freezer. I was instantly intrigued by tracking/GPS devices for stuff when they started emerging a few years ago. I’ve been able to test out a few different models and today, I find myself with the TrackR.TrackR is a coin-sized device that is meant to attach to your belongings so that you can ping it and easily be able to find your items when they become lost. The anodized aluminum construction and sleek design make this a very desirable tracking device.Some of the features of TrackR include:Distance Indicator – displays the distance between you and your itemsItem Ringer – ring your misplaced keys so you can track them down even when they are hiding between the couch cushionsPhone Finder – ring your phone with TrackR to find itCrowd GPS – bounces a single off of other TrackR users and sends you GPS updates so you can track down your itemSeparation Alert – Sends a notification to your phone when your item gets too far awayFIRST IMPRESSIONSWhen I first received TrackR, I was impressed by its size. Like I said, I’ve tested out other tracking devices and have found them to be bulky and a bit cumbersome to keep on my key ring. TrackR is only about the size of a quarter in diameter and about an eighth of a inch thick. I also noticed soon after taking it out of the package that TrackR did not come with any sort of instructions. The packaging is very slim and minimalistic so, I can understand why there isn’t a bulky user guide, but a simple quick start guide would be nice. The app does walk you through set-up pretty quickly and easily.TESTINGTrackR, like other tracker devices, has a very quick set-up process. It essentially just has to connect to your phone via Bluetooth. Once it does, you use the app to ping your TrackR device, or to ding your phone in reverse. One feature that really stands out to me about TrackR versus other devices is the ability to make custom alarm sounds. The default alarm is a very high pitched squeal. Another one of our writers was supposed to complete the review of this product, but he has some hearing loss and is unable to hear high pitches, so he handed it off to me. Fortunately, TrackR gives you the option to use music tracks that are currently on your phone as the alarm. This makes it not only easy to distinguish your TrackR from others around you, but it also makes it possible for alarms to be heard even by those who are hard of hearing.Another feature that I really like is the Silent Mode. The Separation Alert works really, REALLY well. While testing, I took my phone into a conference room at work and left my keys on my desk. The alarm went off on both my keys and my phone to let me know that the two had been separated from each other. Well, I knew where my keys were so it was a little annoying. For times like this, when you know where your belongings are, you can enable Silent Mode. This disables the sound on separation alarms until you turn this mode off again. It can be very helpful.CONCLUSIONSTrackR is a superior tracking device to others in its category based on its size, style, and customization. I have found it to be easy to use and love that it doesn’t crowd my keychain. TrackR has some pretty awesome additional opportunities for use like animal tracking, or even human tracking. You could easily clip this to a collar or clothes as well as bags, and keychains. TrackR is affordable and you can purchase it as a single device or in packages.”This product was received at a free or discounted price in exchange for my review. I am a technology journalist and pride myself on providing fair and honest reviews. Please feel free to ask any questions you might have.”

  48. N****CC

    When I was a little girl, I had a messy room. My mom used to try and coax me into cleaning it by saying, “Think how much easier it will be to find everything.” The only problem with that argument was that I already knew where everything was. Somehow, I could always find my way through all that stuff to get to what I was looking for. Unfortunately, that keen sense of navigation didn’t follow me completely into adulthood. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve set down my phone or keys and have not clue where they are. Most of the time, they are right under my nose, but other times, I find them in odd places like the freezer. I was instantly intrigued by tracking/GPS devices for stuff when they started emerging a few years ago. I’ve been able to test out a few different models and today, I find myself with the TrackR.TrackR is a coin-sized device that is meant to attach to your belongings so that you can ping it and easily be able to find your items when they become lost. The anodized aluminum construction and sleek design make this a very desirable tracking device.Some of the features of TrackR include:Distance Indicator – displays the distance between you and your itemsItem Ringer – ring your misplaced keys so you can track them down even when they are hiding between the couch cushionsPhone Finder – ring your phone with TrackR to find itCrowd GPS – bounces a single off of other TrackR users and sends you GPS updates so you can track down your itemSeparation Alert – Sends a notification to your phone when your item gets too far awayFIRST IMPRESSIONSWhen I first received TrackR, I was impressed by its size. Like I said, I’ve tested out other tracking devices and have found them to be bulky and a bit cumbersome to keep on my key ring. TrackR is only about the size of a quarter in diameter and about an eighth of a inch thick. I also noticed soon after taking it out of the package that TrackR did not come with any sort of instructions. The packaging is very slim and minimalistic so, I can understand why there isn’t a bulky user guide, but a simple quick start guide would be nice. The app does walk you through set-up pretty quickly and easily.TESTINGTrackR, like other tracker devices, has a very quick set-up process. It essentially just has to connect to your phone via Bluetooth. Once it does, you use the app to ping your TrackR device, or to ding your phone in reverse. One feature that really stands out to me about TrackR versus other devices is the ability to make custom alarm sounds. The default alarm is a very high pitched squeal. Another one of our writers was supposed to complete the review of this product, but he has some hearing loss and is unable to hear high pitches, so he handed it off to me. Fortunately, TrackR gives you the option to use music tracks that are currently on your phone as the alarm. This makes it not only easy to distinguish your TrackR from others around you, but it also makes it possible for alarms to be heard even by those who are hard of hearing.Another feature that I really like is the Silent Mode. The Separation Alert works really, REALLY well. While testing, I took my phone into a conference room at work and left my keys on my desk. The alarm went off on both my keys and my phone to let me know that the two had been separated from each other. Well, I knew where my keys were so it was a little annoying. For times like this, when you know where your belongings are, you can enable Silent Mode. This disables the sound on separation alarms until you turn this mode off again. It can be very helpful.CONCLUSIONSTrackR is a superior tracking device to others in its category based on its size, style, and customization. I have found it to be easy to use and love that it doesn’t crowd my keychain. TrackR has some pretty awesome additional opportunities for use like animal tracking, or even human tracking. You could easily clip this to a collar or clothes as well as bags, and keychains. TrackR is affordable and you can purchase it as a single device or in packages.”This product was received at a free or discounted price in exchange for my review. I am a technology journalist and pride myself on providing fair and honest reviews. Please feel free to ask any questions you might have.”

  49. Joan Bryan

    Used it already

  50. ml***

    I’ve been searching for the right BLE device (have/tried/recommend against the 

    LassoTag iBeacon – White: Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Tracking Beacon making Valuables Smarter for iOS / iPhone / iPod / iPad.

    ), but don’t use, one I can use easily with my phone (1+ one) and tablet (Pixel C) to simply keep from forgetting my wallet on my way out the door. While we haven’t gotten BLE tech perfect yet, I’m alerted before reaching the next floor down from my apartment. Being saved twice already from having to go all the way back up to my penthouse / railroad “flat”, I am pleased to have not missed the bus on both of those occasions — simply because of the “separation alarm”. The location mashup part of the App is cool, too. It came with a doublesided sticker (beware: does not stick to forehead very well) and a keyring (more useful, but my wallet doesn’t have keys). While I must acknowledge the fact that it’s tracking my every step, I have peace-of-mind knowing that if my wallet is separated from my phone (provided it’s not the other way around) I can query for the exact location! — VVVERY excited about the “Atlas”, too!I’ve had it about a week so far and have not had to change the battery; while that’s expected, the battery life meter is still at the full four bars! The App needs some improvement, however: I’d like to have more granular status provided about battery life of the trackr (such as percentage), I’d like to see the app work with other “ibeacon” / “alt beacon” IDs. The crowd-sourced tracking idea is the killer! It’s what sold me on the 

    TrackR Bravo – Rose Gold

     instead of any others. The size is near perfect, too (see pics: TrackR is “inside” the wallet in [first] pic)!

  51. hi****

    Delivery was timely and product is useful!

  52. ma***

    great product

  53. fr***

    Great gift, good price

  54. ni***

    When I was a little girl, I had a messy room. My mom used to try and coax me into cleaning it by saying, “Think how much easier it will be to find everything.” The only problem with that argument was that I already knew where everything was. Somehow, I could always find my way through all that stuff to get to what I was looking for. Unfortunately, that keen sense of navigation didn’t follow me completely into adulthood. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve set down my phone or keys and have not clue where they are. Most of the time, they are right under my nose, but other times, I find them in odd places like the freezer. I was instantly intrigued by tracking/GPS devices for stuff when they started emerging a few years ago. I’ve been able to test out a few different models and today, I find myself with the TrackR.TrackR is a coin-sized device that is meant to attach to your belongings so that you can ping it and easily be able to find your items when they become lost. The anodized aluminum construction and sleek design make this a very desirable tracking device.Some of the features of TrackR include:Distance Indicator – displays the distance between you and your itemsItem Ringer – ring your misplaced keys so you can track them down even when they are hiding between the couch cushionsPhone Finder – ring your phone with TrackR to find itCrowd GPS – bounces a single off of other TrackR users and sends you GPS updates so you can track down your itemSeparation Alert – Sends a notification to your phone when your item gets too far awayFIRST IMPRESSIONSWhen I first received TrackR, I was impressed by its size. Like I said, I’ve tested out other tracking devices and have found them to be bulky and a bit cumbersome to keep on my key ring. TrackR is only about the size of a quarter in diameter and about an eighth of a inch thick. I also noticed soon after taking it out of the package that TrackR did not come with any sort of instructions. The packaging is very slim and minimalistic so, I can understand why there isn’t a bulky user guide, but a simple quick start guide would be nice. The app does walk you through set-up pretty quickly and easily.TESTINGTrackR, like other tracker devices, has a very quick set-up process. It essentially just has to connect to your phone via Bluetooth. Once it does, you use the app to ping your TrackR device, or to ding your phone in reverse. One feature that really stands out to me about TrackR versus other devices is the ability to make custom alarm sounds. The default alarm is a very high pitched squeal. Another one of our writers was supposed to complete the review of this product, but he has some hearing loss and is unable to hear high pitches, so he handed it off to me. Fortunately, TrackR gives you the option to use music tracks that are currently on your phone as the alarm. This makes it not only easy to distinguish your TrackR from others around you, but it also makes it possible for alarms to be heard even by those who are hard of hearing.Another feature that I really like is the Silent Mode. The Separation Alert works really, REALLY well. While testing, I took my phone into a conference room at work and left my keys on my desk. The alarm went off on both my keys and my phone to let me know that the two had been separated from each other. Well, I knew where my keys were so it was a little annoying. For times like this, when you know where your belongings are, you can enable Silent Mode. This disables the sound on separation alarms until you turn this mode off again. It can be very helpful.CONCLUSIONSTrackR is a superior tracking device to others in its category based on its size, style, and customization. I have found it to be easy to use and love that it doesn’t crowd my keychain. TrackR has some pretty awesome additional opportunities for use like animal tracking, or even human tracking. You could easily clip this to a collar or clothes as well as bags, and keychains. TrackR is affordable and you can purchase it as a single device or in packages.”This product was received at a free or discounted price in exchange for my review. I am a technology journalist and pride myself on providing fair and honest reviews. Please feel free to ask any questions you might have.”

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