TrackR Pixel is a product that was developed out of a bad experience, One of the developers losing keys of a car on a beach with the tide rising to the car with the keys lost, they developed a solution to the problem the TrackR. TrackR pixel is connected via an app (TrackR) and allows an easyway to find misplaced items using your smartphone.

The TrackR Pixel is small and lightweight so it can be connected to your car keys, luggage etc This Bluetooth tracker can be used to enable a ringer and lights up so you can find even in the dark.You can also find your phone by pressing the button on TrackR pixel to make it ring loudly –even on silent. You can also use the TrackR pixelfor Family Sharing with multiple people, connected to the house keys, house phone or even the family pet.

(Use with caution as the unit is not waterproof.) If yourkey/ bag etc are lost outside of your phone Bluetooth range, then you can rely on Crowd Locate TrackR’s Crowd Locate network will automatically start looking for your item. If another TrackR user walks by your item, you’ll receive an anonymous update with your missing item’s last known location.

The TrackR doesn’t require an annual subscription which means one set up your good to go. If you one of those people that have left a phone in a taxi, lost your keys, left a bag behind in a hotel or just misplace an item now and again the TrackR Pixel may be the route to go down. If you’re thinking of a stocking filler for a friend or colleague that has a habit of leaving things behind them, this may be a perfect choice. Don’t leave it until it’s too late and the item is lost to get one.

Diameter: 26.2 mm (1.03 in.)

Thickness: 5.6 mm (0.22 in.)

Battery type: User-replaceable CR2016

Volume: 90 dB

Connectivity: BLE 4.0

Compatibility: iOS 8+, Android 4.4+

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Written by brendanlahert

20 years’ experience in the commercial technical industry. Interested in technology. Certified ITIL v3 Service Management, Project Management Prince 2, Six Sigma.

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