|Tracker Card||Powered by Chipolo® Technology|
|Compatibility||iOS 11/Android 5 and above|
|Coverage||Worldwide Lost & Found Platform, QR Safety|
|Net Range||Up to 200 ft (60 m) with BLE 4.0|
|Solar-Powered||3 hours of charge lasts 2-3 full months|
|Ringer||Ring your wallet or phone|
|Voice-Activated||Compatible with Google Assistant, Alexa and Siri|
|Selfie-mode||Take remote group selfies with your Tracker|
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The two-way ringing feature of our tracker cards allows you to ‘ring’ your wallet from your phone, and vice-versa. When near your wallet on the map, just click the ring button and locate it immediately.
Crowd-GPS technology locates your wallet even when it’s out of range of your paired device. If another person on the BLE network is near your tracker, their app will send you an anonymous update of your tracker’s location.
The first ever solar powered tracking technology to date, this powerful like card only requires 3 hours of sunlight for two months of charge! Say goodbye to power banks and cables.
The Ekster Tracker Card is now compatible with Siri, Alexa or Google Home for voice-activation capabilities. Bonus: It can even be used as a wireless selfie stick. Simply use the tracker as a remote to take group pictures from up to 200 feet away.
Sleek, stylish, effective. It emits sound that is a pleasant alert, not harsh or garish. Very slim. So pleased. Saved my bacon twice in 60 days.
It works perfectly and sounds loud enough to be found. GPS of last location works as well
Got this for my girlfriend because she chronically looses her wallet and phone. Fits perfectly in her wallet and she loves it because you can push the button on the tile and it makes your phone ring so it works both ways. Certainly worth the investment to avoid the panicked calls that I used to get whenever she lost her wallet.
This is so awesome for the forgetful people in the world... so many times I have misplaced my wallet or thrown it somewhere in the house and I probably use the tracker at least once a week to find it.