• TrackR bravo
  • TrackR bravo
  • TrackR bravo

We’re pretty impressed with what TrackR has managed to pack into a tag of its size and design while keeping the price fairly reasonable.

- Jesse Hollington , iLounge 

If you often misplace small items like keys and wallets within your home, the TrackR Bravo may be a useful tool.

- Juli Clover , MacRumors 

Specs / Features


Quickly ring your lost item through the TrackR app | Pressing the button on the TrackR device makes your phone ring even on silent mode | Two-way separation alerts remind you to grab items before you leave them behind

Quickly ring your lost item through the TrackR app | Pressing the button on the TrackR device makes your phone ring even on silent mode | Two-way separation alerts remind you to grab items before you leave them behind

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Specification

Overview
Size 3 x 3 cm (1.2 x 1.2 in)
Brand TrackR bravo
Model TrackR bravo

Reviews (5.3/10 Avg. rating)


Tom's Guide

Compact size, two-way tracking capabilities

from Tom's Guide
Like the Duet and the Tile, TrackR's Bravo and Sticker feature crowd-finding features. For example, lost devices can be found by other TrackR users who send anonymous reports back to TrackR when they're within range of your lost valuables. But such features require widespread adoption of that particular key finder to be of much use. Still, it's a nice backup for those times when not even the Bravo's audible alarm and solid range can keep your keys from getting lost... Full review
iLounge

A very good device that does exactly what it promises

from iLounge

TrackR bravo is by far the most well-thought out Bluetooth proximity tracking solution we’ve seen, both in terms of the construction of the tag itself as well as the design of the app and the more advanced and innovative features such as Crowd GPS. The presence of an easily replaceable battery is also a nice touch, considering that we’ve seen other solutions where companies seem to just expect you to toss out the tag and buy a new one every year or two.

TrackR isn’t a device that everybody will necessarily need, and the $29 price tag makes that an even tougher call... Full review

GeekDad

Little finder with big ambitions

from GeekDad
TrackR is an interesting alternative to Tile. Aesthetically, it’s going to appeal to those who want something slim and shiny, as opposed to matte and chunky (and the user-replaceable battery is something Tile sorely lacks). The app has a few tricks that Tile doesn’t have (like Nest integration and automatic phone tethering); but the absence of sharing makes it hard for me to unequivocally recommend TrackR over Tile... Full review
The Gadgeteer

Small, light, and easy to understand

from The Gadgeteer
At $30, it’s $5 more than it’s predecessor and a tad larger, but it gives some good benefits for the added sawbuck. I was sent a Steel test model, but they are also available tinted in Rose Gold, Black, or Powder Blue for an extra $5. There are also cases available for dog collar, a waterproof case for beach or pool use, and a metal ring to attach it to a backpack. I found it a solid performer, within the caveats of the network effect and the battery issue. A solid 3.5 out of five stars... Full review
MacRumors

Fits anywhere, app is easy to use

from MacRumors
If you often misplace small items like keys and wallets within your home, the TrackR Bravo may be a useful tool. It's also potentially useful to prevent you from leaving valuable items behind when leaving a restaurant or other location, due to the alarms that go off when a Bluetooth connection is lost. The range on the TrackR Bravo is short, so it can't be used like some GPS-enabled trackers that help you keep an eye on things like luggage over long distances, but it is suitable for use within a home... Full review
9to5Mac

Delivers a good experience for its slightly higher price

from 9to5Mac

My feelings about TrackR’s Bravo are mixed but generally positive. On the plus side, I really appreciate the fact that it’s been designed to last — including that replaceable battery — and that its two-way communication ability enables Bravo to trigger an alert on your iPhone, and vice-versa. The industrial design isn’t as elegant as Tile’s due to the separate key ring, but the added functionality and engravability Bravo offers are non-trivial additions, both worthy of the small price premium. On the other hand, Bravo’s software could still use a li... Full review

Amazon.com Reviews Summary

2,363 from Amazon.com

2,363 Amazon.com shoppers shared a review for the TrackR bravo. Ratings are generally negative, averaging 2.4 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.com customer reviews.

4.8/10

Amazon.ca Reviews Summary

43 from Amazon.ca

43 Amazon.ca shoppers shared a review for the TrackR bravo. Ratings are generally negative, averaging 1.8 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.ca customer reviews.

3.6/10

Amazon.co.uk Reviews Summary

295 from Amazon.co.uk

295 Amazon.co.uk shoppers shared a review for the TrackR bravo. Ratings are generally negative, averaging 2.9 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.co.uk customer reviews.

5.8/10

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