The Best Key Finders

The Best Key Finders to Buy in 2019 — Never Lose Anything AgainByVaidyanathan Subramaniam-November 13, 2019 “2/2.1296.jpg” Key Finders are increasingly popular because of their versatility. Modern key finders are indeed an electronics marvel and will allow you to track artifacts of your keys, or even your pet. If you forget to keep them somewhere, you might even easily locate your phone and wallet. Key finders use the Bluetooth and RF technology to find lost objects quickly. The next important feature of the alarm is its loudness. After all, this is a key finder so it’s important to be able to hear the device beep when you’re within range at least. We highly recommend selecting key finders with a minimum loudness of 85 dB. The range is equally important as loudness, and you’d like to make sure your phone or other key-finder can track the device as far as possible. We recommend you opt for a key finder that offers a minimum range of at least 100 ft. Besides those it helps if the key finder can also offer two-way tracking for your mobile phone. Also some key finders offer geofening that helps to alert the user if the device goes outside a defined range. So the 10 best key finders to buy in 2019 are with those factors considered here.

1.Tile Pro

Tile Pro Geo-fencing: No Loudness level and range: 98 dB 300 ft. Compatibility: Android iOS battery type: CR2302

2 rechargeable. Tile-Mate Slim

Give “2/2.1298.jpg” Tile Mate Slim Loudness Rate and Range: 82-88 dB 100-150 ft. Compatibility: Android iOS Battery Type: Rechargeable CR2302 Dimensions (W x H x D): 1.37 x 1.37 x 0.24 in (Mate) 2.12 x 2.12 x 0.09 in (Slim) $49.9?$17.99 $32.00 Tile Mate and Slim offer similar tracking performance to Tile Pro but not the same as Tile Pro but Pros: Good tracking Rechargeable battery Cons: Sharing with more than one member requires a premium account Less than the Pro

3 range and sound. TrackR Pixel Offer “2/2.1299.jpg” TrackR Pixel Geo-fencing: Yes Loudness Level and Range: 90 dB 100 ft. Compatibility: Android iOS Dimensions (W x H x D): 0.8 x 0.8 x 0.2 at $15.99?$2.13$13.86 The TrackR Pixel is a compact key finder which can fit almost anywhere. The device starts to ring with just a tap and the lights will light up allowing you to see the flashing tracker as well. The battery is user-replaceable and when the battery is low the user gets notified. Also in the kit TrackR provides a free replacement battery. Another great feature allows you to follow when your lost devices are passed by other TrackR users as you receive private notifications at those times. It is certainly one of the most sophisticated key finders full of geofening capabilities out there. While the TrackR is a good key finder, there are some QC issues that make it slightly less attractive than the key finders of the Tile. Accessing the replacement battery is also a bit cumbersome, and bug fixing is required in the mobile app. Pros: Replaceable battery easy to useLoudness Level and Range: 85-90 dB 50-100 ft. Compatibility: Not applicable Battery Type: Rechargeable CR2032 Dimensions (W x H x D): 1.2 x 2.1 x 0.18 in $25.99 The transmitter unit is also equipped with a flashlight that you can take advantage of when reaching a dark torch. The only drawback is that you may end up losing the transmitter unit itself making it useless for the entire system. The Esky Wireless RF Key Finder is the best in the business aside from that.

5.PebblebeeKey and Phone Finder “2/2.1301.jpg” Pebblebee Key and Phone Finder Geo-fencing: Yes Loudness Level and Range: Unspecified 200 ft. Compatibility: Android iOS Dimensions (W x H x D): 1.2 x 1.2 x 0.3 in $25.00 Pebblebeee Dimensions (W x H x D): 1.2 x 1.2 x 0.3 in $25.00 The Pebblebee looks stylish, and easy to set up. It also integrates to voice input with Amazon Alexa. The battery can be replaced by the user, and can last up to a year. The device has a loud buzzer, and also has bright LEDs that flash to help you visually locate the lost item. It’s equipped with Bluetooth and you just need to open your smartphone’s partner app and click on the ‘ Find ‘ button on the screen to trace the item you lost. The Pebblebee supports the two-way finding so instead you can simply press the button on the tracker to ring your phone. Even if it’s in silent mode the phone will ring. The Pebblebee’s main shortcoming is that you can’t pair multiple of those devices that can talk to each other. While Pebblebee also claims the app doesn’t have to run in the background, the iPhone app is a huge drainer for batteries. Pros: Looks good Long range Amazon Alexa-compatible

6.Chipolo Plus

“2/2.1302.jpg” Chipolo Plus Pros: Good tracking features Cons: not waterproof Mobile app tends to drain the battery

7. KeyRinger Key Finder Pair

KeyRinger Key Finder Pair Geo-fencing: No Loudness Level and Range: Unspecified 300 ft. Compatibility: Android iOS Battery Type: Replaceable $34.95?$5.00$29.95 The KeyRinger Key Finder Pair offers one of the market’s most powerful and long-lasting key finders. These are built to be used without any necessary modification out of the box, and can last up to 18 months in one go. The batteries are likewise user-replaceable. The build quality is one of the best we’ve seen and it’s going to last a while. The KeyRinger can be paired or can also be phoned out individually from a PC or smartphone. The KeyRinger app offers several customization options which allow you to change the duration of the volume response and other properties. There aren’t many issues with the KeyRinger and it’s a worthwhile buy for people. Surely the loudness and range is above other key finders in its class. Pros: Excellent loudness and range Cons: None as such 8 Good set of customization options. Mynt ES

‘ 2/2.1304.jpg ‘ Mynt ES Geo-fencing: No Compatibility: iOS Battery Type: Replaceable CR2032 Dimensions (W x H x D): 4.3 x 4.7 x 0.6 in Mynt ES is the perfect way to track your lost objects. The Mynt ES can be purchased individually or in a 4-unit set. The Mynt ES features a GPS sensor and also comes with an iOS app to track your ES on a map. The Mynt has no rechargeable battery, but the included CR2032 battery offers a battery life of nearly a year and can be easily replaced. The sound of the tracker is loud enough, and helps to detect easily. To use the Mynt ES just open the Mynt app on your iOS device and see if you can spot the unit’s location on the map. The map shows the last location seen so you should be able to find your object at that location in all probability. Once you have reached the location enable the ringer to locate your item. The only problem with the Mynt ES is that it doesn’t offer an Android app so a lot of users won’t be able to make good use of its features.Geo-fencing: No Loudness Rate and Range: 75-80 dB 130 ft. Compatibility: Not available Battery Type: Replaceable AAA and CR2302 Dimensions (W x H x D): 1.6 x 4 x 0.5 in The Magicfly Wireless RF Remote Key Finder could be the one you need. A pair of transmitters and four receivers come with the Magicfly remote key finder. Each receiver has a key ring for easy identification, and is color-coded. The Magicfly transmitter can communicate with the receivers about 130 feet away so you should be able to locate them even if your objects are floors apart. Also the transmitter comes with a flashlight to navigate easily in the dark. When not in use, you can dock the transmitter too. The receivers use replaceable CR2302 batteries while standard AAA batteries are used on the transmitter. Magicfly is very easy to use. Simply tag your valuable belongings to the receivers and you’re done. Simply press the corresponding color code on the transmitter to locate them and you’ll be led to your target. Also, the sound output is sufficient loud so there won’t be any problems tracing your misplaced objects. Pros: Loud sound output Cons: None as such

Offer “2/2.1306.jpg” Fustar Key Finder Geo-fencing: No Loudness Level and Range: 75-80 dB 160 ft. Battery Type: Replaceable CR2032 Dimensions (W x H x D): 2.6 x 5.5 x 2.2 in $29.99?$2.00$27.99 The Fustar Key Finder is the best key finder set for elderly people as it is easy to use and to do. The key finder set for Fustar comes in sets of six to eight receivers. Each receiver can operate at a distance of 160 feet which for most use cases should be more than adequate. The recipients can also emit sounds of up to 80 dB so that the elderly in the house will have no problem in locating lost items. The Fustar is very easy to operate. Each receiver is coded in color and alphabet, both on the receiver and remote. Secure the items you often misplace on each receiver and you are set. Each receiver emits both sound and light so even in the dark it’s very easy to spot missing items. Also comes the Fustar key finder with a replaceable CR2032 battery that easily lasts about 9 months. For those who have trouble using key finder Fustar also offers on-call technical support. Cons: None as such Dear readers, those were our picks to buy in 2019 for the best key finders. Not everyone can keep a precise track of things and key finders are immensely useful in such instances. Before buying one, just make sure the key finder meets your requirements. Most of these devices are affordable easily so you can mix them and match them to get the maximum benefits. The models we have mentioned above are all fantastic and serve different roles so that you can go ahead and choose the one that best suits you. Please feel free to share your thoughts in the space below, and let us know if you’ve used or planned to buy yourself a key finder.Geo-fencing: No Loudness Rate and Range: 75-80 dB 130 ft. Compatibility: Not available Battery Type: Replaceable AAA and CR2302 Dimensions (W x H x D): 1.6 x 4 x 0.5 in The Magicfly Wireless RF Remote Key Finder could be the one you need. A pair of transmitters and four receivers come with the Magicfly remote key finder. Each receiver has a key ring for easy identification, and is color-coded. The Magicfly transmitter can communicate with the receivers about 130 feet away so you should be able to locate them even if your objects are floors apart. Also the transmitter comes with a flashlight to navigate easily in the dark. When not in use, you can dock the transmitter too. The receivers use replaceable CR2302 batteries while standard AAA batteries are used on the transmitter. Magicfly is very easy to use. Simply tag your valuable belongings to the receivers and you’re done. Simply press the corresponding color code on the transmitter to locate them and you’ll be led to your target. Also, the sound output is sufficient loud so there won’t be any problems tracing your misplaced objects. Pros: Loud sound output Cons: None as such

Offer “2/2.1306.jpg” Fustar Key Finder Geo-fencing: No Loudness Level and Range: 75-80 dB 160 ft. Battery Type: Replaceable CR2032 Dimensions (W x H x D): 2.6 x 5.5 x 2.2 in $29.99?$2.00$27.99 The Fustar Key Finder is the best key finder set for elderly people as it is easy to use and to do. The key finder set for Fustar comes in sets of six to eight receivers. Each receiver can operate at a distance of 160 feet which for most use cases should be more than adequate. The recipients can also emit sounds of up to 80 dB so that the elderly in the house will have no problem in locating lost items. The Fustar is very easy to operate. Each receiver is coded in color and alphabet, both on the receiver and remote. Secure the items you often misplace on each receiver and you are set. Each receiver emits both sound and light so even in the dark it’s very easy to spot missing items. Also comes the Fustar key finder with a replaceable CR2032 battery that easily lasts about 9 months. For those who have trouble using key finder Fustar also offers on-call technical support. Cons: None as such Dear readers, those were our picks to buy in 2019 for the best key finders. Not everyone can keep a precise track of things and key finders are immensely useful in such instances. Before buying one, just make sure the key finder meets your requirements. Most of these devices are affordable easily so you can mix them and match them to get the maximum benefits. The models we have mentioned above are all fantastic and serve different roles so that you can go ahead and choose the one that best suits you. Please feel free to share your thoughts in the space below, and let us know if you’ve used or planned to buy yourself a key finder.