Monday, September 5, 2016

TrackR Bravo

If you are like me and are always losing something because you are a preoccupied thing you want to know about TrackR Bravo this is the world’s thinnest device for managing your belongings and you just attach it to whatever you want to track rather it be keys, pets collar, remote, wallet and so much more. The way it works is you turn the Bluetooth on in your phone settings, you download the TrackR app from Google play or the App Store and just follow the on-screen instructions to get all setup. You can also create a group and share your tracked items with family, friends or neighbors. And has the following features have a replaceable battery and it alerts you when it is time to replace the battery, you can personalize your TrackR Bravo with a custom printed image. The devices are printed using UV-LED technology so it won’t rub off. It comes in four colors blue, black, silver and orange.
My Opinion: TrackR Bravo is literally the size of a quarter (31mm) and I received the black one. I have been known to lose keys so I am going to attach this to my keychain because now I only have one set of keys because those darn keys are so expensive as it’s only can be cut by a dealership. I installed it on my phone I have an android phone and it seems to be working just fine.

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Where to buy? Best Buy, Brookstone, Staples and other fine retailers.
About Them: on a sunny California day to friends, Chris Hebert in Christian Jonah Smith, face the terrifying situation of losing car keys at the beach. The rising tide crept closer and closer to washing away the car parked in the sand. Luckily, a friendly beachgoer with a metal detector save the car by finding the keys buried in the sand. After this experience, they set out to create a device that would not only keep track of their keys but everything they owned.

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