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MYNT Smart Tracker & Remote Key, Wallet, Pet Separation Alarm, Key & Phone Finder (Black) For $12.59 @ Amazon

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Last Edited by mlacey3 September 14, 2016 at 01:59 PM
https://www.amazon.com/MYNT-Track...B017TVFM1Y
  • Award winning - Won Best Design Award of Red Dot 2016
  • World's thinnest - 1/8" thin tracker that gives you a warning when you lose your key, wallet, and phone.
  • Better impact resistance than all other trackers with steel casing
  • Universal smart remote to control your smartphone to make selfie shots, play music, and control PPT on MacBook.
  • Battery last up to one year under standby, will last three to six months under normal use
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#2
Good deal. 3 of the 6 I bought have died and had to be replaced by them. Be wary of longevity.
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Quote from veroniqueblade View Post :
Good deal. 3 of the 6 I bought have died and had to be replaced by them. Be wary of longevity.
Was the warranty at least easy to deal with?
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#4
Aside from the non-english and asking the same questions repeatedly yes fairly easy.
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#5
I need to buy this for my bf, he always loses his keys for some reason lol
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I got the TrackR last week, seems like more or less about the same kind of device. These won't tell you where your keys are, it will detect them using bluetooth, if the lost thing is within BT range, and if you walk slowly enough, it will only tell you if you're getting closer or further from the lost thing. It takes lots of patience, the lost thing won't beep / ring or otherwise alert you, you'll have to keep moving around until the app on your phone tells you you're right on top of it, then see if you see it. The difference between this thing and TrackR and others is that when the lost thing is out of BT range, then you're depending on the network of others using the SAME app to wander across wherever it is your lost thing is, so that their app will detect your lost thing using their BT on their phone to mark the location on the app of your lost thing and then show you where it is. If the universe of others using that specific device and its app is sparse, your chances of someone else with the same app wandering across your thing so you're alerted is slim to none. TrackR has several hundreds of thousands of people using it, tile? is another device with lots of users, but that's something to consider - is the universe of others using this same device & its app so small as to be useless in the event your device is lost and outside BT range. If I had a re-do, I'd skip having spent money on the TrackR - seems to me a more useful device would skip the bt and app nonsense entirely, just make a key fob that rings the phone and an app on the phone that rings the keyfob, walk around & listen for the ringing.
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Fakespot gives this a F, ill pass.
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Quote from Edxzxz View Post :
I got the TrackR last week, seems like more or less about the same kind of device. These won't tell you where your keys are, it will detect them using bluetooth, if the lost thing is within BT range, and if you walk slowly enough, it will only tell you if you're getting closer or further from the lost thing. It takes lots of patience, the lost thing won't beep / ring or otherwise alert you, you'll have to keep moving around until the app on your phone tells you you're right on top of it, then see if you see it. The difference between this thing and TrackR and others is that when the lost thing is out of BT range, then you're depending on the network of others using the SAME app to wander across wherever it is your lost thing is, so that their app will detect your lost thing using their BT on their phone to mark the location on the app of your lost thing and then show you where it is. If the universe of others using that specific device and its app is sparse, your chances of someone else with the same app wandering across your thing so you're alerted is slim to none. TrackR has several hundreds of thousands of people using it, tile? is another device with lots of users, but that's something to consider - is the universe of others using this same device & its app so small as to be useless in the event your device is lost and outside BT range. If I had a re-do, I'd skip having spent money on the TrackR - seems to me a more useful device would skip the bt and app nonsense entirely, just make a key fob that rings the phone and an app on the phone that rings the keyfob, walk around & listen for the ringing.
This DOES ring either the device or your phone. It has saved me many return trips whenever I forget my phone and am out of range, ie my driveway in my car about to leave.
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#9
Bought one!

I'm prone to leaving restaurants and places with my wallet still on the table or bar, hopefully the notification feature is of good use!
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#10
Are the batteries replaceable?
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Are the batteries replaceable?
yes they are
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"We have a bowl. Our keys go in a bowl. You should get a bowl."
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"We have a bowl. Our keys go in a bowl. You should get a bowl."
Do you also set your thermostats to 72F all year around?
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#14
How does this compare with Tile? One thing I like about Tile is that it is crowd sourced anonymously. So even if it is outside of Bluetooth range, someone somewhere with the Tile app can identify the lost Tile without sending your info.
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#15
I think the tile has a non replaceable battery. Does this device have a replaceable battery?

Edit: nvm i just found someone commented on this already, the answer is yes.
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