About TrackR Bravo
TrackR Bravo is the slimmest and most effective item tracker available from TrackR, a company who says that once you order one of their products, you will "never lose anything again."
How Does It Work?
TrackR Bravo is a small device, about the size of a coin which attaches to valuable items people are worried about losing or misplacing, like keys, phones, and mobile devices. Once you've attached the physical trackers to your items, you download the app to your phone or computer and you can easily locate your chosen items whenever you need simply by clicking a button.
In addition, if you lose an item outside of your home and outside of your personal tracker range, TrackR Bravo uses their Crowd GPS system to help you find it. If anyone connected to the TrackR network gets within tracking distance of your lost item, the location will ping and you'll be alerted to its whereabouts.
Currently the TrackR app is available for both iPhone and Android devices, as long as you meet their requirements which are listed as: iPhone 4s & Later, iPad 3rd Generation & Later, Android 4.4 & Later with Bluetooth Low Energy.
A one device pack currently costs $29.00, while a two device pack costs $49.00, a five device pack costs $95.00, and a ten device pack costs $99.00.
The website does not publish any available information for Refund, Guarantee, or Cancellation Policies at this time. Customers who are interested in a paid membership and are curious about this policies should speak to Customer Service.
Customer Service Contact Info
Customers who would like to speak to their Customer Service team about their questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by email at Support@TheTrackR.com.
In general this product seems to get positive reviews both from customers and users and from third party independent reviewers and technology publishers.
Competitors and Alternatives?
There are some other available tracker products and mobile applications on the market at this time, including the well known Tile App.
If you have experience with this company or their products, please leave your TrackR Bravo reviews below.
61 ‘TrackR Bravo’ Reviews
I wish I had seen this thread before!
I paid up USD 247 in April 2016 and have heard nothing. I get no replies to e-mails.
I am taking it up with Amex in the hope that they can help with a refund. However as I paid to Indiegogo crowdfunding site I probably will get nowhere. This is the third crowdfunding failure I have had and I think I will not do it again.
Certainly beware TrackR !! - Maybe beware Indiegogo also
DONT TRUST THEM
I paid for my units per-purchase and never received the item.
DON'T spend any Money with them.
Now I am fighting with Paypal to get my money back.
It is clearly a scam
I also made the mistake. Paid, but didn't get the devices yet, nor any response to enquiries.
They advertised shipping for 0 USD, showed the 0 in the total again, and then charged 10.99 USD on top for shipping. As others said before me, support cases are ignored by their "support team" (if that even exists). But they keep sending proposals trying to lure me into pre-ordering their next product ...
I paid via PayPal, so I am hoping to get my money back.
Anyone thinking of buying a product from TrackR: Don't!
Steer clear of this company.
Ordered at 2016/11/11 and receive nothing
i ordered at the 2016/11/11 and i receive nothing, i ask for the tracking link, nothing ! Supposedly at customs!
now i get back my money by papal ! NEVER again
It kind -sorta works....
Bought the 2 for 1 sale, and my first unit activated easily. Attached it to my car under the dash.
It would show correct location with a previous time stamp, however when you selected the device again, it would endlessly search for it, never locating it and showing actual location in real time.
I would leave it searching, and come back to my Galaxy S5, and see it never located, still searching?!!
I activated the second for my wife's car, and slid it under some plastic trim inside the vehicle, and was never able to locate it again, since the activating it in my hand.
Haven't had time to do the third unit, debating whether it's worth it.
But in Fairness I will, just to have a third data point to be fair, so I will post an update later. But currently it's looking like a flakey system not worthy of a repurchase. I'm out of pocket about $50 but hey, if someone can come up with something more reliable, I'd consider buying it again. But as of right now, not worth it, and I would not buy again.