@sjk3 Agreed give us a break with the 2 hour bullshit that means the IRK bag is next good luck getting one of those while looking for fire hydrants or cars in the Capcha bullshit the people that know how to navigate that seem to get multiple bags I’ve been trying for years to get one and get pissed every single time.
@candiedisilvio1 Only if you give the dog a Phone. But then, you wouldn’t need these. You could just use the “Find iPhone” feature (assuming it’s an Apple) and it would tell you where the dog is and you could “ping” him. Would work if you taught him that the ping sound means “Supper Time”
The sad story is that these came out way first then the tiles. I got one in 2014. It started in indiegogo .It really works great and pops up on the gps in the there app. There are other trackr models that sound way louder. i have mine still and it never stopped working
only changed battery twice.
@worldcup1994 Yeah, I crowd funded them originally, bought two 5-packs. I then sold one pack on eBay a year later for a pretty penny and kept the other. I think my favorite issue was: my phone had occasional bluetooth issues. I had a tracker on my water bottle, and subsequently lost both the bottle AND the trackr because my bluetooth shat the bed. Still have a few around the house not doing anything…
@ruouttaurmind I bought my “Tile” stuff about 2 weeks after I lost my second set of truck keys. (plus it was a BB deal of the day, but not near as cheap as these.) I know it’s around the house somewhere. (yeah, my house is messy.)
@ruouttaurmind I bought the Tile ones because (a) my wife keeps failing to put the car keys back on the rack, and (b) I keep losing my phone. One of the nice features of the Tile is that it can make the phone ring (provided the app is running…). Between the two of our bad habits, I’ve been using it a couple of times a week.