This Air Tag holder is compatible with AirTags 2021. It helps protect your Air tags from bumps and drops. AirTag holder made of soft Silicone is waterproof and anti scratch. The protective case accessories can be used to protect Airtag. If you don't clean the surface of the object before you paste the air tag cover, it will affect the adhesion. Silicone airtag cases have a strong adsorption capacity so that the Air Tag will not fall easily. Air tags can be easily pasted on your bicycle or dog collar, and it can be easy to stick to various electronic products. This Airtag accessorie is easy to use. The Airtag case is kept firmly in place by the AirTag design. It is easy to carry on a daily basis. 6 x Cleaning Wipes, 6 x HD protective rear film, and 6 x Dust removal sticker are included in the package.
👤Put it on the back of my kids cellphone cover and use it to track their movement.
👤A tile is 2 or 3 times thinner. They work well. I like the map feature.
👤A good fit. It's nice and rubbery, and the sticker is strong.
👤What I was looking for was exactly what I was looking for. It's lightweight but durable. The leather magsafe apple wallet was worked on by the glue. There were no complaints.
👤It works. It is what I expected.
👤It works as advertised.
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Attach a smart tag to those precious things in life. If you misplace your stuff, launch the app and see where it was last. It is easy to retrace your steps. Take it easy. Finding lost items is easy thanks to the smart tags. You can use with a phone that has at least 2.0GB of RAM and is running a newer version of the operating system. The app is required.
👤One day I came home from work and found my mom wandering off, I bought this device to track her movements, and when I called the hospital, they were amazed that I found her.
👤I bought this to find my phone. If you have opened SmartThings, double-clicking the SmartTag will work. If you're phone has rebooted, it doesn't work, the tag just sits there and beeps, and you can't use it. If I missed placing my phone and SmartThings, I'm fine. I can't tell if there's an option to have SmartThings run in the background or not. Unless you're disciplined enough to remember to open SmartThings whenever you restart your phone, I wouldn't recommend this gizmo.
👤It works well for me. You have to have a working device to use these. Is it possible that I want another brand phone? You're denied. You have only one phone and it is not from the same company. You're denied. I might only ever buy one. I like how much it does. It should be able to do things that the Tile tracker can't do. Since it's a system app, you don't need to have a "enabled" one. I like that. I like that you can still find your phone without the high battery cost, which is something the Tile tracker does. The Tile tracker and this are both three stars because of their usage problems. If you want the same use of it, you should use this tag for the Tile, it has too high a battery cost. The only one that I can recommend is the one that has its own cost of requiring specific phones, the one that has a tag of low battery cost, the one that has a tag of low cost. Its crazy. I like how other phones from strangers can update their location when it's outside of the device range. I haven't looked to see if anything else can be done through their phones. It's not cool to require a device from a company. They should make an app that is more compatible. This would increase their game. They've limited their market and made a disservice to their customers. Three stars is not good. I had to find lost keys because one of the tags was attached to one of the keys, so I tried to get away from the area, but it said all tags where I was. They need to fix something. The phone wouldn't connect to the keys when I got to the area. If you force it to end, it might work. It worked after a restart and found the keys in the mud. Without it, the keys would never have been found, except by chance. Success!
👤I bought one but it couldn't link with my new phone because it had issues with the ID. The paperwork that came with the tag was useless. The issue was researched on the net and found a lot of other people with the same problem, but no one could seem to get help from the company. I'm not wasting any more of my time because my gut feeling is that the real problem is that the tags were mislabeled and mistakenly sent to the US, which is incompatible with the frequencies in other countries. Sending it back. Done.
There is no monthly fee for the Petfon gps tracker. The small, durable, and rainproof device allows you to track your pet's activity and location in real time. The Petfon gps tracker uses a variety of wireless technologies for accurate positioning. The Rada serching feature can help you find the lost dogs. Petfon is easy to use and install. Follow the instructions to download the Petfon app. You can see your pet's activities and see his location at any time with the app. The ranges can be up to 3.5 miles in an open environment. It will be effected by surarroundings. GEOFENCING,MULTICOLOR,CUSTOMIZABLE VOICE COMMAND: If your pet leaves a safe area, you can get notified instantly with the Petfon gps tracker. The lights on the gps tracker can be turned on to locate your pet in dim light or at night. Voice commands can be recorded and stored on the tracker to communicate with your pets. The weight and the rainproof are included. The Petfon is small and durable. It does not work for swimming in wet weather, thanks to the rainproof feature. Petfon's battery can last up to 8-16 hours and comes with a charging station. It's perfect for going off the grid. Petfon2 is a different color than Petfon1, and it is dirt resistant. Petfon2 software has been changed so it is more stable. The initial positioning time is 10 seconds shorter than Petfon1, which makes the tracking quicker and more accurate.
👤I bought this device for my Border Collie because she was bad about crossing the road to chase deer. We live on land. The main point is that it works, so you should take it off and charge it at night. I get a notification almost instantly on my phone when she is 100 yards away, and within 60 seconds I get a second notification that she is back in the leash perimeter. I was able to record my voice saying "Come" which freaks her out and sends her running right back towards the house every time it rained despite all the negative Amazon reviews that said it doesn't work in bad weather. It's great for us. I love the remote control, but there have been a few times when she didn't turn right after exiting the perimeter, that I pushed the button on the remote. She turned around and went back to her house. Maybe others are not charging. I want to make sure it works during the day. The device has helped us. I had tried some of the top products and they didn't work for me. The device is a lifesaver, it keeps my dog on my property, without the need for a fence. I highly recommend this! Thanks to the engineer who made this, it is easy to use and works well in Montana.
👤It has been upgraded several times since the initial review. I can see which direction my cat is moving as it is shown in real time. It is convenient to go out to get the cat. My cat is now registered as a cat, not as a beagle, because it has a cat category. I love the added features of the device, like the radar and almost real time tracking. It shows where my cat likes to hang out. It has improved the lives of cat owners. Thank you! We live in a suburb. My cat is in the garage. He goes out in the morning and comes home by 4:30 pm. He is about 11 lbs and active. The device is slightly bigger than I wanted, but my cat doesn't seem to care. It picks up the signal 80 percent of the time, but then it goes offline because my cat got under a deck. It works great when it works. I opened the door to the garage because I saw that my cat was on his way to my house. It shows its daily trails in a nice way. It gives me peace of mind to know where my cat is. He was a stray and is happy when he is outside. I have been looking for other tracking devices and this one is the best so far. You have to update the app to add a cat. My cat is registered as a beagle, which is not fair.
👤I received a gps tracker in the mail a few days ago and I am very pleased with the device. The app is easy to install and use, and I didn't have any issues with the tracker and receiver beingsynced to my phone. I was excited about this product because my dog likes to run the neighborhood and we live in a rural wooded area. The tracker seems to loose connection easily. It has been done while I have been in my house with the receiver and outside with my dog. I don't know why it is losing connection. The device is powered on. I wanted it to work for us. I decided to keep it because it seems to work better after we shrunk the safety zone. My dog went out of the "geo-fence" and the receiver wouldn't let him go. Our house is situated in the middle of 15 wooded acres and our dog is allowed to go outside without being on a leash or inside a fenced in area. He would wander off and visit neighbors before I knew he was gone. I wanted something that would allow me to be a lazy dog owner. The app was able to notify me when he went beyond the safety zone because of the size of the fence around my house. I pushed the button outside and my dog ran after me. The tracker and receiver disconnected when he went to lie under the greenhouse to get out of the heat. I was able to put the receiver outside on the porch railing and have my phone inside with me, the connection didn't seem to have trouble staying connected. I think this would work well with him on hikes. There is a new update on 9/23/19 that is not waterproof. We went kayaking on the river and my dog swam with a tracker attached to his collar. We tried to put it on the top of his neck, but he must have gone under to get the tracker wet. After drying out, the tracker stopped working. I've been unable to get a replacement tracker from the company. I was able to purchase a new tracker after contacting Petfon tech support.
Airtag is not included in theDOEs. The AirTag Bike Reflector is easy to install and fits bike seat post sizes 26mm to 28mm. Attach the AirTag device housing piece to your existing bicycle seat post if it's not within the fitment range. Use their Apple AirTag bike mount to turn your Apple AirTag into a bike gps tracking device. Attach your bike to your car to easily track it if it's lost or stolen, or keep an eye on your kids while they ride around town. The dual function Apple AirTag bicycle reflector design makes it difficult for thieves and people passing by to know an AirTag is on the bike. Simple no-drill design for easy install was created by the engineers of the AirTag accessory. The AirTag bicycle reflectors are durable and aesthetic to ensure product longevity. The AirTag bike mount is produced via a high-quality injection mold process rather than 3D printing. Water-resistant enclosure protects AirTag from rain. The AirTag case was tested to make sure it was protected from water, drops and falls. Not reliant on mounts, uses high-quality screws. This is the safest bicycle accessory for the Apple AirTag. The seat post needs to be secure to prevent the AirTag bicycle reflector from coming off. Protect your device while protecting yourself and your loved ones with this dual function AirTag case, which turns your AirTag into a hidden cycling gps tracker. The best Apple AirTag accessory gift for friends and family who love cycling, and a great purchase for your kids bikes to track when they are out riding around town.
👤I liked the idea of a bike Air Tag mount and couldn't find any others. The opening that is supposed to go around the bike seat post is too small for any of our mountain bikes, when I tried to put this one on. I'm not sure what seat post has a small circumference. I zip-tied the openings together when they were wrapped around the post, instead of using the provided screw to connect it.
👤It worked well for my use case. I ended up getting three for my two bikes, and one for my girlfriend's bike, because I liked it so much. I had bought a AirTag reflector on eBay that someone had made themselves, but this is far better. It fits most seat posts and does a good job of staying put. I would like to know if the AirTag is activated in the new anti stalking AirTag Scan mode since it would allow a thief to find the bike if they activated the AirTag. This isn't for you if you want to hear your AirTag. I recommend this product for discreet bike security.
👤I have had a bike stolen before which was never to be seen again and I have been looking for a way to discreetly attach an AirTag to my bike. It was hard to find. The product was perfect for what I needed. The fit was perfect and the AirTag doesn't seem to interfere with the gps tracking on the bike. I tested it across town and it worked well. Excellent quality and recommend. They should have made this for other items.
👤It looks sleek and cool, but you wouldn't know that it's hiding an AirTag inside. It looked like it might jut out a little further than a normal reflector, but it was smaller and more hidden, I guess you could say! I have seen mounts that hide it so well that you can't hear the chime if you play a sound, but that's not the case here! You need to hear a sound to locate it. The mount was the one issue that I ran into. It is too small for my bike, and I think you would want this on most bikes. It is not a big deal as I can just use my previous one and attach this one. It would be great if they added a couple different brackets. I love this product and hopefully I won't have to use the tracking aspect, but it definitely gives me confidence that if the need arises I would be all set! Highly recommend!
👤It's ridiculous that this thing is $30. The loop is too small for most bikes and it is cheap and flimsy. The screw doesn't hold the reflector upright. If you install this on a bike, it will look out of place, which will make it hard for you to achieve your goal. It would be worth considering if it was less than 7 bucks, but there are a million other products that you should look at before that.
Track and find your items with friends and devices in the Find. My app. A simple one-tap setup connects AirTag to your device. You can ask for help from the built-in speaker or play a sound on it. You can find your AirTag with Ultra Wideband technology. Hundreds of millions of Apple devices can be used to find items further away. My network. AirTag will be notified when it is found in the Find. My network. Communication with the find. The location data and history of my network are never stored on AirTag.
👤The pros are: There was no weight issues. There will be no issues with this on keys, bags, etc. A simple design that doesn't draw attention. The software is already on the current version of the IOS. The water has a rating of Ip67. It can take the rain even if it is in a deep puddle. It can hold against Mother Nature. It is painless to replace a battery. There is a Thank you Apple for not making your own battery. The battery is CR2032. These are usually cheap and last a year. You can find them at the checkout lines of both Walmart and Amazon. There is a The highlight of this device is the precision location feature. This feature will show you where the tracker is if you are in the area of your Airtag. I put my Airtag in a book under my bed, and my phone gave me visual directions to where to go. The speakers on it began to make a noise when I got near it. Sight and sound can be used to find your Airtag. One block away from the location, I left my Airtag near my colleague. I was shown where I left it when I turned on the lost mode. My Airtag was able to connect with my colleague's phone because of it. By putting it in lost mode, you can see where it was last seen by other Airtags and Apple phones. There is a My colleague was able to quickly scans my Airtag, revealing the contact info that I approved. The process took less than 20 seconds for him. There is a Your Airtag doesn't store your location data for public viewing. All information about your location is confidential. There is a If someone puts an Airtag near you, your phone will notify you if there is an Airtag nearby, even if you don't have an Airtag. It is the same as the one ring from the Lord of the Rings. There is a If you leave the device in a public place, the speakers on it will grab your attention and strangers will notice. There is a All Airtags that are separated from their owners will play a sound to alert people. There is a You don't need to have it on for your phone. It won't affect the battery usage of the phone. There is a You can have more than one Airtag on your phone. There is a If you borrowed a friend's bag, you can stop the alert on your end so it won't keep bothering you. There is a The Airtag's chime will be playing when I ask my Siri where my Airtag is. There is a The scanning feature works on all phones. The Airtag will reveal your contact info if you have an android device. Cheers to that. There are pros and cons. You will need to accept the scratch on the Airtag. The only advice I can give is to stick with the white color because it will hide some of the worse scratches. There is a It is small enough to fit in a wallet but large enough to be on a key chain. There is a The cost of the accessories is almost the same as the Airtag itself. There is a This will not work if you don't have an operating system. You can find the contact info by scanning an Airtag. There is a The device won't give you real-time tracking, so it's not a device to put on your dog or child. It depends on the connections with other phones to give an accurate location. There is a This device will not work if there is no iPhones in the area or if you travel into the world of nature. The good news is that there are billions of iPhones, but not every location will have one. There is a The Airtag can connect with my phone, but not lose the signal, on average. This is alright, I know it might be a bad thing for some. There is a You will not be able to share your location. If you are not in the area and someone you know is, it would be great to have this feature to help you find your lost item. There is a If you leave it behind, the Airtag won't alert you. You have to realize that you don't have the item, then use your phone to find it. There is a There was no built-in altimeter. If you lose your Airtag in a 20-story building, the Airtag won't be able to tell you the height of the building or the floor, even if they're in the same building. If the Airtag is too far away for my phone to connect with it, you are standing in a dead spot. You need to walk around until the Airtag can connect with your phone. The Airtag only works if there are Apple products in the area. Only the 11 and above versions of the Apple device are able to use the precision location feature. There is a Some countries will not work for Airtags, even if there are iPhones around. I was told that countries like Russia and Indonesia can be updated, but I need to keep an eye out. There is a The less remote you are, the less reliable the Airtag is. There is a If you have an Airtag, good Samaritans will reach out to you. This depends on where you live. The device is helping three types of people. The other is the one that keeps losing their stuff in public places. Two, the ones that lose their stuff at home every day, such as keys, purses, and stuff you can't leave the house with. A mix of both. The Airtag is not a real-time tracker. Don't attach this to your dog because it only works if the iPhones are in the area. You will get scratches on it as well. The tracking technology that is out there is similar to the precision location feature. It has the same flaws as well. The Airtag is an effective tracking device, requiring nothing more than an Apple device, which most already own. The layout was responsive, accurate, and useful. The precision location feature is a lifesaver if you need to find something quickly. I have a thumbs up to Apple in regards to the privacy issue. The fear of someone knowing your location is dead. Privacy is important for a device like this. The device is only built for the Apple community. I hope I helped you. Honest reviewer.
The IPX7 powersport navigator is waterproof, glove-friendly, and has an ultra bright screen for off-road adventures. The Group Ride Radio features a push-to-talk fist mic and group tracking for up to 20 riders. Maps of public land boundaries, U.S. Forest Service roads and trails, and Birdseye satellite imagery are available. Attach the navigator to your powersport vehicle with a powered mount and wiring harness. You can use the Tread app on your phone to sync your waypoints, tracks and routes, and get access to live weather with an active connection. It's your responsibility to know and follow the laws of your country, and it's possible that you're not allowed to use a satellite communications device. Pair your dog systems with a gps device to navigate and track your dogs from your vehicle.
👤It took 7 hours to update and install all the maps. It doesn't have any off-road trails in any of the maps. I went to load the file for the peace trail, but I found out it couldn't be used as a route because it had to many waypoints. I called customer service and they told me that I needed to use a program called garmin basecamp on my computer to seperate the waypoints into different groups. When using basecamp, they can only suggest buying the 24k topo map for 99$, which has bad reviews, because the topo maps don't show any of the trails between the waypoints. It would bring me back to trying to get the basecamp program figured out on how to split the trail into 2 seperate trails and then transfer that to garmin explore, yet another app, and finally back onto the tread.
👤In the northern upper peninsula of Michigan, I go off road a lot. The roads are not marked the best. I would have gone back to camp without the gps. I would have put on more miles. My gut was telling me to go in one direction, but the navigator said to go in another direction. I went the other way. I was very happy I had it. It made sense that the "all seeing eye" of the Garmin Tread said to go the way it did once my gut and the Garmin came into alignment. The price tag is high. I also had trouble with it. If you can get past the price, you can bring the gps with you, but only if it's a large screen and how it connects to other cameras. I don't need a navigation device anymore. I used to use a Topo map and compass to get around. The system is still relevant, but using the Garmin is better. My handheld gps is not as good for night time driving in the wilds. Do I still have a compass in my pocket? You bet!
👤The screws and hole nuts are the same as those of ACE. You can see the panel behind the Polaris screws. Solid. The Beofeng handheld radios have a loud and clean sound but the radio is much more clear and clean. The Tread has a better mic. Don't connect phone while cranking the tunes, you can run mp3's via bluetooth to external speakers. When the unit is sharing the phone with external speakers, it fails in about three seconds. The phone is great.
👤The screen is perfect. It is completely readable in the sun. This garmin is easy to use and operate. The HD screen is great. The tube mount is strong and stable. One push of a button and you're on your way. Way to go!
👤There was no case or sleeve. It would have been nice to have a case or sleeve to protect the screen when not connected to the mount. It is expensive to leave on the mount.
👤I ordered this item because I believe the wireless cameras are working, in particular the BC40, but I was told by support that the TREAD BASE is only compatible with the BC cameras.
Protect and track anywhere in the U.S.A. with aGPS tracker. It's lightweight, small and concealable. In January 2022. It's built for preventing crime. Track down your vehicle and react quickly to attempted theft of cars, motorcycles, bikes, vans, boats, trucks and high value tools. Protect your family and friends with discreet tracking. You can have peace of mind by being monitored 24/7. It's great for seniors, teens, kids, family and friends. The battery can be up to 4 months. It is the most important feature for protecting against theft. Every 30 minutes, position updates. In 1 hour.
👤The first one came with no cell phone. The model I got is restricted in this region. The next one will hopefully work. I will update this review and rating once I find out. There is an update. The second one arrived without a sim. The Monimoto tracker was brought by me. It works. The Invoxia tracker was a shame because it was easier to hide. They might get their act together some day.
👤I bought this because it is the only one that will fit inside a bike frame. The signal disappears as soon as it is put in the frame. Tech support told me that this cannot be in contact with metal. I told them my bike is made of metal. The purpose of putting it in a pouch is lost because thieves can just throw it away. Tech support told me to return the tracker because it wouldn't work for the purpose I bought it for. There is a The battery life is amazing and the 2 years of coverage is awesome. I found another use for it. I will try the swisstrack gps bike tracker.
👤The first device I received was a DOA. The website doesn't have contact info so I used Amazon to exchange the item. It worked as expected. The company is uncontactable. The second device was activated well. It isn't very good at location tracking. I've taken it with me around the Southern California area, where it's very well covered cell services. The device is 60 miles from its last location and has been moving for 2 hours, but still shows the location where it spent last night. This is not good at locating a location. I bought this to compare with my product. Invoxia is very thin and sleek. Light and small. Style points for hardware. The cube is black. Solid, more useful LEDs, but slightly less cool. There is no website. It's a shame for those who want to use a computer. The "web 1.0" style site is how Americaloc works. I can see location data from my mobile browser because it's intended for computers. Invoxia only has "fast/normal/slow" update rates. Something like 15 minutes. There is a lot of practical control here. The update rates for GL300 are very low. This setting helps control battery usage and I have had it for years. It works. Invoxia doesn't work and it has worse features than other trackers. Don't buy.
👤If children travel in cars, this is not a good tracker. That's a good thing because it looks like it uses theLTE. If you are considering buying one of these, please look at the graphic that is provided in the listing that shows a cell phone screen with a map beside a tracker and notice a few things. The dots and time stamps are not stop points. The points where the tracker happened to be are just that. They are on the streets. They are connected with diagonal lines that cross over multiple possible routes. The fastest update setting is 5 minutes and a moving vehicle can go a long way in that time. The tracker will need to be charged more frequently if the updates are frequent. My Invoxia is just a few days instead of months. Imagine that the vehicle that the tracker was in used many of the same streets on the same day. Imagine a map that is cluttered with time stamps and you have to scroll all the way down to find all of the time stamps from a given trip to get a rough idea of the route that was taken. It can get very cluttered if you don't clear the screen before midnight. I have a tracker that updates every 15 seconds and renders the exact route that was taken. I can clear the map between trips with two taps, and I can play a history on the map of the whole day at many speeds. A single charge lasts at least 5 times as long as the Invoxia, even using 15 second updates. It has a strong magnet to hold it in place. I paid $25 for the tracker at Amazon and $9.95 a month for the cellular service that keeps it connected through SpeedTalk.net. The service is free. It is nearly perfect because it occasionally logs points that are not correct. They are easy to ignore because they are miles off target and could not have been traveled in 15 seconds. After about 2 months, my Invoxia stopped working. When I open the app, I can see a point near me, but not anymore. There is no time stamp. I've been trying to get this fixed for more than a month. It can take more than a day to send a message to them because of the different time zones. They are in Paris. I made a mistake when I set up my account. I can't get e-mails that are addressed to me because I made a mistake in my email address. I can communicate with tech support using a different email address, but I can't use automated features like password recovery. The fact that they didn't confirm that the e-mail address I submitted was working is a sign of their poor standing with me. If it's not very close by, I only know of the phone app or the Web site. I can send an email to my other tracker and get a link to a map showing it's location in seconds. I can do this from any smart phone. geo fencing is a feature that is supposed to alert me when a tracker enters or leaves an area that I have designated on a map. This feature has not worked well for me on either tracker. Some of the trackers are not compatible withLTE. Those that don't will stop working when there is a future date. There are a lot of gps trackers available. If Invoxia gets my tracker working again, I will post an update. The day after I posted this review, everything started working again.
Attach Slim to your wallet, use their free app to find all of your essential items, or use a key and sticker to find them. Give them to your friends and family as a gift, or keep track of more for less. You can find it by using the Tile app, or by asking your Smart Home device to find it. Tile works with a number of digital assistants. If you are outside of the range of the Tile app, you can use it to find your Tile. Even when the phone is silent, use your tile to find it. Premium or Premium Protect provides enhanced services such as Smart Alerts, and Free battery replacement.
👤This is a prototype and not a fully-realized product. It's bad when your product has been on the market for a long time. In the next few years, Tile may work reliably. I couldn't find my phone so I tried using my tile. My phone had turned on power saving and turned off location, so Tile was useless. I was able to make my phone ring even though I was able to turn them on. If Tile added the ability to turn on location via the same button on its devices, you would have something. I don't think it's useful until then. There is a buyer's regret.
👤The essentials package gives you a tracker for all the important things. The tile sticker is too large. It's already there the smallest one.
👤tile was initially the top name in the market, and it seems to be a broad market now with the advent of tracking tags. I used to rely on tile for the first few years, but I grew tired of having to replace the whole device when the battery ran out. The replacement plan was expensive and turned me away from alternatives with replaceable batteries. The fact that no-name devices get rebranded by different distributors was the most amusing part. As time went by, tile responded and made the batteries replaceable in the high-end tile sport, although with a fairly high price tag. The essentials pack was on my door step. I was ready for another look. The pack includes a new slim that is in the form factor of a credit card. The thickness is slightly reduced and now more compareable to two credit cards. To keep track of that, you should put it in your wallet. The thickness and rigidity of the slim made it hard for me to use it in my wallet. The back pack is now trackable. The high end sport is not included in the essentials. That is not as attractive as the sport, but the CR1632 battery is now waterproof. You guessed it... replaceable! The tile mate is now capable of connecting to your phone over 200 ft, double the original. That's too far for the louder sound to make a difference, but it does help to overcome background noises more effectively. The silver tile button design is more attractive than the drab original, but it is far cry from the Sport. There are two new devices that are not listed on the tile website. The tile sticker is different from the tile mate. The battery has a rating of 3 years. It's round and smaller than the Mate at the same thickness. The name "Sticker" may suggest that there is an attachment loop, but it is not. The Premium Service costs $2.50/month when paying on an annual basis or $2.99/month when going month by month. This service has features like Smart Alerts, extended warranty, and free battery replacement. The Smart Alerts are interesting, but only if the devices that allow for a replacement are available. It's a type of technology that uses your phone's location to determine your location. "It looks like you left home without your 'Keys'" is a message that Tile uses. I won't get far without keys, but there are applications where you may benefit from a nanny service. It's difficult to make it useful for items you only occasionally need, and not to become annoying the other times. This is a nice collection of tile devices, but it depends on your application if it's worth the investment. I may come back to make a more definitive verdict.
When coupled with compatible sensors, dynamic performance monitoring provides insights on your VO2 max, recovery, training balance, heat and altitude acclimation, nutrition, hydration and more. New bike alarm, group messaging and tracking, assistance and compatibility with Varian rearview radar and lights are some of the cycling safety features. The mountain biking model has integrated Trail forks data, including trail difficulty ratings, and it includes a Furuno Cycle Map with popularity routing, which helps you ride like a local, plus off-course recalculation and back to start. The Connect IQ Store has free apps, data fields andwidgets. The dynamics of the ride include jump count, hang time and hang time, as well as Grit, a measure of the ride's difficulty, and Flow, which tracks the smoothness of your descent so you have a score to beat next time. Up to 20 hours with the gps, and up to 40 hours with the charge power pack.
👤The Edge 530 is a good bike computer. It did everything I expected, and did better than any previous one. There are people who don't understand what they are buying. A consumer electronic device is what this computer is. It will need to be updated and is not perfect. There are two more A fancy computer. No two ways about that! It isn't the top of the line, but it is more than a speedometer. I don't have anything bad to report, so I will move on to the good. My Edge 520 was good for 7 hours. The 530 ran for over 12 hours on the Seattle to Portland train. Good communication. There are no issues connecting to HR, power meter, phone, speed sensor. I had to upload maps of the area on the Edge 520. It's all built in. There are four There was no touch screen. That is a good point for me. The interface is very similar to the 520. GLONASS has added accuracy. There are improvements to the Strava segment. It is not for everyone, but it handles favorited segments very well, and it is a nice feature. The possibilities are taken to a new level. This is part of the connect IQ and allows you to download custom data fields and make your device work for you.
👤I thought buying a navigation device would make me not have headaches. I was wrong. I can't pair my Edge to my phone because it doesn't recognise my sensors, and I have to keep reseting it to turn it on. The 530 was terrible according to a review I read. I didn't trust him. You should stick to the 520. I called Garmin Support and they were nice, but there was no solution for me. They told me to wait for an update because they already had some issues with the phone. When you buy a $400 device, it's not what you expect.
👤I don't have an issue with the bike computer but the bundle is supposed to come with a Silicone case. The box has it listed on it. The bundle did not include a case and when I contacted the seller, they said their bundle did not include a case. This is BS because the case is listed in the box. I can only assume the seller got the bundle and then took the case with him. The price is the same as on the site, so I am missing a case that I paid for. The seller is not trustworthy.
👤It is very complicated. I took the unit to my local store. The Garmen unit is one of the models they sell. I asked a sales person to help me set up the navigation system. He was familiar with the system. His first words were, "This is going to take you a while to program and to figure out how to use". We spent 45 minutes trying to set up the system. It became confusing which button did what. We weren't able to have the unit save our choices even when we selected them. This was just the beginning. He was telling me how easy the touch screen system was to use. I didn't want to spend more money on another system. I paid $2,000 for my bike and now we're talking about a Garmen accessory that was going to cost $500 or more. He told me how to download and create my own routes. I had enough. I would like to ride my bike and get some information about my speed and location. I can get this from my phone with an app, which is cheaper and less frustrating. This piece of equipment is sophisticated and provides the best and most detailed data, but it is also very frustrating and time consuming to use and setup.
When coupled with compatible sensors, dynamic performance monitoring provides insights on your VO2 max, recovery, training load focus, heat and altitude acclimation, nutrition, hydration and more. New bike alarm, group messaging and tracking, assistance and compatibility with Varia rearview radar and lights are some of the cycling safety features. The mountain biking model has integrated Trail forks data, and the cycle map with popularity route helps you ride like a local. The Connect IQ Store has free apps, data fields andwidgets. The dynamics of the ride are measured by the jump count, hang time, and Grit, as well as Flow, which tracks the smoothness of your descent so you have a score to beat next time. Up to 20 hours with the gps, and up to 40 hours with the charge power pack.
👤I just got a computer. The size is perfect. The touch screen works well. The display is responsive and easy to see. You can plot your course by using the app on your phone and then push the course to the gps device. It gave me a lot of off course warnings when I first rode it, as when the route was created, it sometimes had me on the highway. The gps was set to save battery life. The pictures of my ride cut corners. I will see how it goes when I change the setting every second. The speed sensor and the cadence sensor are the ones I like the most. I couldn't tell you the size of the tire by the speed sensor on the wheel. You can see different pages of data on your ride. One of the screens has a nice picture of the elevation changes so you know in advance if a hill is coming or if you will be going down a hill. Adding the heart rate data field was one of the changes I had to make. Even though a HR strap is included in the box, the heart rate is not included on the screens. It was easy to add during my ride. My ride was assumed to be a Mountain ride by the 830. You can change your Default RideType under the Activity Profiles setting. I am very pleased with the new model and I highly recommend it. The price hurts a little.
👤I did a lot of research before making a decision. It has more features than I will ever use but it has everything I need. It is difficult to setup. The pair kept failing. The issue was fixed with a simple reboot of the phone and garmin. The touch screen works well, but it is slow to respond to touch. It's not terrible. The battery life seems good, but I think about 8 hours of use is the most you can get out of a new unit. I would recommend charging after every 5 hour ride. I only ride my bike on the road. I use a map and a HRM. For my display, I have miles, time, HR, and 5 mile laps. It's easy to Upload courses from garmin connect. The map feature has worked well for me and let me know if there is any advance notice for upcoming turns. It warns of upcoming curves. The notifications are a bonus. Seeing texts come in and knowing the weather is a nice feature. The emergency feature is nice. My family responded immediately after I accidentally sent an emergency response while trying to turn off the unit. Oops. The upper left corner of the screen cracked after I dropped it. I had no issues with the unit, but I was worried about the water getting into it and ruining it. I contacted garmin support to let them know I would be willing to pay for a new screen. They said they would cover the unit. Wow! That is how you do it. garmin support is something I can't say enough about. Topnotch. Within 10 days, I had a new unit. They have my business.
If you want to find your Tile nearby, use the Tile app to ring it or ask your Smart Home device to find it. The Tile app can be used to find your location outside of the range of the device. To find your phone, double press the button on your tile. The Tile Network can be used to find things when you misplace them. If your Tile is lost, you should add your contact information so you can be reached when someone scans your lost Tile. The Tile app is free on both the iPad and the phone. Tile works with a number of digital assistants. Water- resistant, up to 3-year non-replaceable battery, and a 76 m range. If they can't find your Tiled item, they reimburse you, and if you leave something behind, you get proactive Smart Alert notifications. Sticker (2022) has a bigger range, louder ring, and longer lasting battery. Their latest version of Slim has a bigger range and a longer lasting battery, as well as a new modern shape, which comes in black.
👤To start. It's slim and fits like a credit card. Does it work? If you have a wallet that blocks radio waves, you're out of luck because your wallet will block the signal from the tile app. I have a ridge wallet that claims to block rfid, but it does not work, and you can risk your credit cards info being stolen if your wallet doesn't block it, by having the tile sit on the outside of the wallet. It took a good 4 minutes to ring the tile, even though the tile was sitting on my night stand and I was on my bed. I have a keysmart pro with tile that has a long delay on it, and I am starting to wonder if airtags are the way to go, since I received a previously owned item and the previous owner damaged it, or Tile is losing their touch.
👤I have been the resident finder in my house for 10 years. It was tiring. I don't know how someone can misplace so many things. We have a purse. I knew there had to be a better way after he purchased so many places that he could store his stuff and still have to go on scavenger hunts. I got him a tile pack for Christmas. I gave him it a week early because I found his things one last time. Since then, I have not found anything. Even if you lose your phone, you can keep a tile somewhere to hit and it will ring your phone. The product is easy to use and works well.
👤Updating my review, Amazon support was great and they rushed me a new tile before I could send the used one back. The good news is over. The tech has not improved since my last tile. You have to be far away from your tile to have it pick it up. peace of mind is the only thing it's good for. You know you didn't lose it while you were out. You need it if you need to find it before work. It's useless to get out the door now. The tile I received in a sealed box had a nice greasy fingerprints on it. I tried to pair it with my account, but it told me that it was already connected to another account. They are selling new tiles. It's a shady place.
👤The wallet tile is terrible. It is not close enough to be found. It updates very slowly. I went somewhere yesterday. I couldn't find my wallet, but it was still at the store. I called the store and asked if they found a wallet. They said no. I was on my way there to find out if my wallet was there. My husband found my wallet in our room while I was on my way to the store. I bought this tile because I'm extremely forgetful. When it was in my home, it never updated. I want to return the wallet as it's useless. The key tile works well. I must've just got a bad one. If I recommend it or think it's worth it, I will.
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