Bringrr helps you not forget your cell phone

by Mark R

This next device is quite similar to the ZOMM in the sense that it can help you not forget your keys.

Like the ZOMM, the Bringrr is able to sync wirelessly to your cellular phone via Bluetooth. Unlike the ZOMM, it appears to be designed to say in the car, and use on of the cigarette lighter outlets as a power source.

So, if you get in the car, and you forget your cellular phone, the Bringrr will sound an alarm. Then you can stop your car, get out and get your phone and be on your way before you miss some important phone call.

You will notice how I keep comparing the Bringrr to the ZOMM. I guess that until now, I thought the ZOMM was really the only product of its type. Something tells me that this product will not be the last of its type.

As long as people keep forgetting their cellular phones, there will always be a product designed to prevent it. And the company that makes these products will make a profit, hopefully.

So how much would you pay not to lose your cellular phone? How about $35, because that is about the cost. I don’t think I’ve lost my cell before, but it did get busted up, and it cost $50.00 to replace. I suppose $35 is a small price to pay to avoid a similar bad experience.

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4 reviews or comments

hukiworld Says: June 26, 2010 at 1:35 am

$35 to have silence for a few hours or rest of day hmm… Let me think if I want to pay $35 dollars to keep my life full of stress hmmm… I’ll keep my $35 and look forward to a day of peace thank you :-)

Cosmos Says: June 26, 2010 at 9:22 am

Usually we don’t forget cell phone,as we did not for our pen or specs in the earlier years. We grab it involuntarily and automatically as we go out. But only when we forget it in haste this Bringerr comes to remind us. A good tool for this hasty world!

jessi Says: July 22, 2010 at 6:02 am

I think its way cheaper to pay $35 than to pay for a new phone and all the hassle of getting all your contacts replaced. It’s just so much work and time put into a product that we use so excessively. Losing my phone would be disastrous for me as it includes both my work and social circle. It sounds like an amazing product as compared to what they have out there. To me the price seems rather reasonable, if you are a person that is rather clumsy and absentminded this product is great for you. But if not, it would could one day, it only has to be once, to save you all the time in the world.

Chris Dibor Says: August 30, 2010 at 9:45 am

Try the “Nio”

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