Wednesday, November 30, 2016

TrackR is a great Gift idea for Tech fans

True story…. My husband was walking around the house looking for his keys. He asked me where they were, but I had no clue. I hadn’t seen them. What I did tell him, was to look at his TrackR app and it would tell him right where his keys were, since I put the TrackR Bravo on his keychain. He laughed and said, oh yea, I forgot about that. Insert the wife sigh. I mean, I got it specifically for that. So, what happened? He turned on the app, and found his keys right away. Whew, because what would have happened….

All of us walking around the house lifting things up forever and not finding it. The TrackR saved us so much time and annoyance in looking for it.

TrackR is a very simple concept. Put it on something you don’t want to lose and if you do, press a button on the app, and it will ring to help you find it. The app also uses GPS so that when another TrackR uses is within 100 ft of your item, it will send you a notification.

One would think that this device costs a lot, but one is only $30, and the more you buy, the more you save. Right now if you buy 3, you get 2 for free or if you buy 4, you will get 6, yes 6 for FREE!

Connecting it to your account is super simple and you can connect as many as you need. I currently have 2 ( my keys and my husband’s), but I need so many more. If you are like my family, or have friends that are, I would recommend getting a few as gifts. I know I would love receiving them from friends and family.  

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1 comment:

  1. Important product for people that often lose things of value.