Nonda Aiko Finder
bluetooth powered tracker for your keys
nonda is a smart hardware startup based in silicon valley, well at least probably the office is you know where these are being made and you know darn well it's probably a rip off version from other things are the market which i won't mention in this hunt, but still -- these might be a little better because of that ability to recharge them a little easier! :)
- rechargeable up to 4 weeks at a time, the app lets you know when the battery is getting flat.
- able to ring seperate devices attached to different items
- 90db in ringer volume
- not cellular but bluetooth, will be ok for a certain distance but don't rely on these things -- you might have to 'walk' the route where you think you dropped them! :)
- AIKO app records the last known location (for these to be really good you need to live near a lot of AIKO users!)
to be fair if you are the type that loses a lot of kit regularly then you'll probably won't mind dropping like $18 a piece on these -- you might be better off heading to their offices thou and trying to get a deal on them, i would -- back in the day i'd get these freebied over for review but the days of advocacy are long behind us now that anyone with a camera can be an 'advocate!'
i'd love to see a cross over product like this that uses bluetooth 5.0 evolution mode and some kind of mesh intergrated product with a cellular card backup -- i realise at that point your getting super hard core tracking but i think people would pay for it especially when an iphone x will set you back a grand and that's like your super computer in your pocket often needed to work and earn money or at least keep up with your suppliers! :)
now don't get me wrong here, they are cool, but at that cost i'd wait and i'm guessing the build quality ain't there, ethics wise do we need more little plastic pcb board things that give up the ghost after six months (the answer is no) and right now i'd say DONT BUY, the more we buy this r&d reversed engineered not fit for purpose stuff the more we can spend on the good stuff :)
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