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TrackR bravo – Silver (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

TrackR bravo - Silver (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

  • 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

Tired of losing your keys, wallet, or phone? Make misplacing your belongings a thing of the past with TrackR bravo! Attach the coin-sized TrackR bravo to any item – then use the TrackR app to locate it in seconds. Quickly ring a missing wallet around the home or press the button on the TrackR to ring your phone on silent mode. TrackR’s Crowd GPS Network enables you to even recover lost or stolen items on a map with GPS updates when another user walks by your missing item.

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  1. 205 of 213 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Comprehensive comparison of tracking devices: Tile, Nut, Trackr & Mynt, May 31, 2016
    By 
    Cece
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)
      

    This review is from: TrackR bravo – Silver (Discontinued by Manufacturer) (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    I received this product discounted in exchange for a review–I state this disclaimer upfront because that’s what I would want to know first, and I too am disturbed by the ratings inflation on Amazon for IEF reviews lately. I do not indiscriminately give 5star reviews, and they are only given for a fraction of products I try that I find are exceptional and I would buy myself at FULL price. If you wish not to view IEF reviews such as this, click on the filter link to the right of the review section, and then click on “verified purchases only”; that will take most of them out.

    A little background: I’m the kind of person who would lose her head if it wasn’t attached to her shoulders. OK, not that bad, but my mind can hold a million and one random academic facts, but not the current location of my keys or glasses. So, I was so thankful I was given the opportunity to review several tracking devices, in return for discounts. (I was able to get these offers on Trackr, Mynt & Nut, but not Tile–I bought a lightly used one on eBay just to include it in the comparison, because my review would not be complete without this brand, which is the industry leader currently).

    I will post pictures at the bottom of them together, side-by-side, so you can see the size and thickness comparison of each (note that the Mynt–the black oval one– is stuck to my key fob). From one end to the other, you’ll see: Tile, Nut, Trackr Bravo, Mynt, a quarter for size comparison (apologies for upside down pics). Also posted will be my screenshot from the app of this particular brand.

    To follow are my assessment for different qualities and my thoughts on how the brands compared. At the bottom of this review will be any specific stories about the particular brand I’m reviewing here. All 4 allow both the phone to find the device and the device to find the phone, but work to varying degrees, which I’ll cover separately.

    SIZE: Surface-area-wise, Trackr Bravo was the smallest, though Mynt is narrow and long (oval); followed by Nut and Tile, the biggest. Thickness-wise, Mynt wins out (truly is about 2 quarters thick), with Trackr Bravo a close second. Again, Tile is thickest, though its size still isn’t obtrusive on a key chain at all (you may not want to insert it into a wallet, though). All 4 can be either attached to a keychain or adhered to something with the included sticky tabs (the Mynt is shown here attached to my key fob).

    RELIABILITY–PHONE FINDING DEVICE: All 4 worked decently well for this function, though I haven’t tested it over varying distances yet (will update when I do). I did test it by having my mom hide the devices under clothes and such, and I would be in a different room with the phone. I did not find much difference in this function. I will say that the GPS locater for Tile & Mynt were spot-on. Trackr’s GPS sometimes pointed my device as being located in a Walmart about 2 miles down the road, sometimes at the right place at home. Nut’s GPS only uses the last known location of the object, so even after I lost it in upstate NY, it still pointed to the object being in NJ, where it clearly wasn’t.

    RELIABILITY–DEVICE FINDING PHONE: Here’s where the real differences came out. All 4 devices (including Tile 2.0, but not 1.0) can use the device to find the phone when you press them–or should, in theory. Tile was the only one that did this 100% of the times I tried within a 100 foot range. Mynt wasn’t doing this all the time until I reset it–now, it’s been pretty much 100% of the time also, though I will update as I use it more. Nut and Trackr were EXTREMELY spotty/sketchy, especially through walls. Some days, the unit could be right by the phone, and I could not get the phone to ring. Trackr in particular was set to music, and you could tell the music would come in and out for a split second, like as if you had a distant radio station on that had almost no reception. Of note here: you must have the sound on for some to work (but not for Tile, which can ring it even set to silent mode), and for all 4, you MUST ENABLE BLUETOOTH AT ALL TIMES. They use low energy Bluetooth technology to connect, so if you’re like me and sometimes turn Bluetooth off to save energy–forget about it if you want to ever find your phone this way. Lastly, you MUST REMEMBER TO LEAVE THE APPS RUNNING IN THE BACKGROUND IN ORDER FOR THEM TO WORK–well, ALL EXCEPT MYNT, I believe (they don’t mention this, and I did try with the closed apps; Mynt was the only one that could connect with the phone).

    DEVICE SOUND: Out of the 4, Tile 2.0 has the loudest sound on the device (an improvement in the internal speaker was made after 1.0, which is why the new ones have 3 tiny holes in the back). Coming in second by my ear was Mynt, followed by Nut. The Trackr was the hardest to hear, especially if your item is buried under a pile of clothes or inside a purse…

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  2. 319 of 339 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Very limited use – would not buy again, October 9, 2015
    By 
    Curiosity #3 (Tokyo, Japan) –

    As other reviews have noted, it mostly doesn’t work in the way the advertising suggests. The crux of the matter is the technology at the core of this product which is bluetooth. The BT signal just isn’t powerful enough to do the job and so frequently one finds that a Trackr device is disconnected from the phone and cannot be found even though it’s just around a corner, well within the 30 feet/9 meters. And 9 meters, even if it worked perfectly, is not exactly impressive. But it doesn’t work perfectly. For example over two stories of a house, or just between two rooms it doesn’t work. Sometimes it doesn’t work even with straight line of sight. Another thing is the long time it takes the phone to connect to the devices. You see, they aren’t connected permanently, that would presumably cost too much battery life. So when you need to find something the phone first needs to connect to it. Which typically takes 1-2 minutes. Sort of defeats the purpose.

    This Trackr business is probably quite typical for all these Kickstarter and what have you projects. Seemed like a good idea at the time but there was a reason why larger companies hadn’t brought it to market before you even thought about it.

    I see that a competing product, the “Tile” gets better average reviews but when one digs into the 1-, 2- and 3-star comments it’s obvious that due to the same core technology being used, the same problems apply.

    Anyway, the Trackr isn’t completely useless. Here are ways in which it has been useful to me:

    – when not sure whether the object I am looking for is even at the same general location as I: on the phone tracker I can check where it was last seen so I at least know I am searching in the right place
    – my keys dropped into a pile of clothes, dog accessories and various other junk in the entrance hall of our house and I did find them quickly with the tracker; mind you I would have found them anyway, but this was a little faster
    – while sitting on the loo the other day I wondered where all my things were so I opened the door, held the phone outside and triggered; I was comforted to know that all three items were in the entrance hall where I thought they would be

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  3. 41 of 42 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Forget it it is 100% useless, September 30, 2016
    By 
    Vittorio Viglianesi (Miami Beach) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    Another s..t object sold with a tricking advertising. If it is more than 15 yards far from your phone it is out of Bluetooth range so it is not true that you can find it out of your home, but this could be acceptable. The main problem is that its ring is so very low that you can listen to it only if you are within 2 feet ( 60 cm ) from the object in a totally silent ambient. I bought it 2 times. Last year and I threw it in the garbage after 1 hour, I bought it again because I thought that it was improved but it is not. Forget it.
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