TrackR introduces the bravo tracking device

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TrackR, a name that is associated as one of the pioneers of the Bluetooth tracker market, has just announced that they will make available the TrackR bravo. The TrackR bravo is special, especially when you take into consideration how it comes across as a beautifully designed brushed-aluminum tracking device which is capable of hunting down lost or stolen items. This particular anodized aluminum TrackR bravo will arrive in various eye catching colors such as steel, black, rose gold and sky blue, where it can be yours for just $29.99 a pop – surely this is a small price to pay, considering the kind of benefits that it comes with!

For instance, there is a newly redesigned app that will allow one to integrate the TrackR bravo with Nest, and this app is available for iTunes and Android. Chris Herbert, TrackR CEO & Co-Founder, shared, “Technology long ago streamlined organization and inventory management for companies, while consumers have been left to use arcane methods like key hooks to keep track of the items that matter most to them. We envision a world where you can keep a database of your most important possessions and find them with the touch of a button. With TrackR bravo, we created a new kind of personal inventory management system to do just that, by tracking items using your smartphone.”

With the TrackR bravo, one will be able to take stock of all one’s belongings in double quick time – it does not matter if they are keys, pets, bikes, purses, wallets, laptops, diaper bags, suitcases, tablets, golf bags or virtually anything else that you would like to locate. Handy, especially if you are in a hurry and have no time to think where you last left that particular item.

Using it is as simple as attaching the coin-sized TrackR bravo to items you wish to track, before pairing it with the app, not to mention assigning to each item a unique icon in order to create a log of all your tracked items.

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One review or comment

Les Carter Says: March 26, 2015 at 3:08 pm

while key hooks may be considered by some to be archaic, I doubt many are particularly arcane.

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