Apple AirTag

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  1. Clonsee

    Setting up the Apple AirTag is a breeze, it really takes no effort at all. Your phone guides you through the set-up process and you’ll be done in less than a minute. A hassle-free experience right from the start.

    Changing the battery is super simple. The battery the Airtag uses is a CR2032 coin cell and the AirTag is actually battery efficient, lasting about a year. The process of changing the battery is a simple 3-step process: twisting off the cover, changing the battery (CR2032), and twisting the cover back on. After that, you could enjoy the peace of mind of never running out of power, until next year of course.

    Now, onto real-world use โ€“ it works exactly as you would expect. I personally use it on my AirPods, especially because the built-in tracker isn’t dependable on the second-gen. I used to always misplace my AirPods but ever since I bought this AirTag last year, I’ve never misplaced my AirPods. To be honest, I sometimes look forward to not knowing where I put my AirPods so I could use the AirTag. Hearing the sound and using the precision tracking is oddly satisfying.

    The sound it blasts when you want to find it is super noticeable and loud. If you have a nearly quiet room, it’s impossible to miss. Even if you don’t use the sound, the precision tracking is AMAZING. It points you in the direction of the AirTag and tells you how many feet away it is. The software on the FindMy app is super sleek and easy to use.

    My only con is the lack of a feature for multi-level buildings. These AirTags can’t tell if the airtags are above or below you on another floor so if you lost your item on a multi-level building, you would have to check floor by floor. Then again, with a bit of critical thinking and the use of precision tracking and the sound, it wouldn’t add any struggle at all. But it would be a wonderful add-on for any future AirTags.

    IMPORTANT: Be aware that the appearance on Amazon may be a bit misleading; the actual AirTag is fully silvery/gray, not the black/dark gray and gray combination as advertised in the first product image. Not a deal-breaker for me, but worth noting. I speak from experience since I bought this thinking that I would get that design. Check my images for how they actually look.

    For me, this product isn’t overly priced like many other Apple products. The functionality makes up for the price, especially since you’ll never feel the frustration of losing the item ever again. I 100% recommend it and I know you’ll love it!

    EDIT: I loved it so much that I just bought a second one!!

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  2. KB

    The Apple AirTag is a compact device designed to help you find your lost belongings with ease. Appleโ€™s AirTag is an invaluable tool for reuniting you with misplaced possessions. Its seamless integration with iOS devices and the Precision Finding feature make it a top choice for tracking. Just keep in mind the limitations and enjoy never losing anything in the couch again!

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  4. Chicago Dan

    TLDR: ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ AirTags: Tiny tech wonders making ‘lost and found’ a thing of the past! ๐Ÿ“๐Ÿ”

    Setting up an AirTag? A breeze! Just pop off the plastic cap, let your iPhone do its magic, and boom โ€“ you’re connected. Customizing it is fun too. Wallet? Keys? Backpack? It’s like naming your pets but for your stuff. ๐Ÿถ๐Ÿ”‘๐ŸŽ’

    The replaceable CR32 battery is a major win. No need to buy a new tag every time the juice runs out โ€“ just twist, swap, and go. Simple and sustainable. ๐Ÿ”‹โ™ป๏ธ

    The proximity alerts are the real MVP. Leave something behind? Your phone’s on it faster than a detective. And if you’re driving, it’s like having a backseat reminder. “Hey, you forgot your wallet!” Talk about peace of mind. ๐Ÿš—๐Ÿ’ผ

    I’ve got three AirTags now โ€“ for my wallet, keys, and backpack. It’s like a personal security detail for my belongings. And they’re so reliable, I get alerts at the gym when I’m pumping iron and my gear’s in the locker. ๐Ÿ‹๏ธโ€โ™‚๏ธ๐Ÿ”’

    Love that you can mute notifications for familiar places like home. No more ‘You left your backpack’ nags when I’m just chilling on my couch. And the app’s so smart, it figures out where ‘home’ is all on its own. ๐Ÿก๐Ÿค–

    The real test? A SuperBowl party where I left my backpack at home. The AirTag network is like a secret society โ€“ it knew my wallet was with me, my keys were chilling in the car, and my backpack was 44 miles away, thanks to a nearby iPhone’s help. ๐Ÿˆ๐ŸŽ‰

    I’ve even accessorized my AirTags โ€“ a sleek wallet holder, a stylish keychain, and a classy leather loop for my backpack. It’s like high fashion meets high tech.

    In conclusion, AirTags are more than just gadgets. They’re like tiny guardians, always keeping an eye on your stuff. Totally worth it!

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  5. angelo

    Itโ€™s been in a few storms on my bike and itโ€™s gathered water and it still works. It is very accurate and I get a notification on my iPhone when it leaves my area. Color is simple, durability is fine just donโ€™t stomp on it. Itโ€™s easy to use.

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  6. Tuck VB

    This has saved me plenty of times, across a wide variety of essentials I use on a daily basis. The amount of time this has saved me from tossing the room apart looking for something that isn’t even in the house, is incredible. I have one in my wallet, my luggage when I’m flying, on my earbuds case, even one in my car (we’ve all tried to remember where we’ve parked while our mind was on a different planet, haha).

    Things I like:

    -It lets you know when you’ve left something behind. (I’ve been out the door, in the car, and it says “wallet not detected with you).
    -The safety features. I’m sure you’ve heard of these getting stuck to people’s cars, dropped into purses, etc. Your phone will notify you if it detects an Airtag traveling with you, that isn’t yours.
    -The form factor. It’s relatively small for what it does!
    -Instantly pairs with your iPhone. Instantly. It couldn’t be easier, haha.
    -It saves me so much time I could have spent looking for something, by giving me a location, and allowing me to make a sound on it. I’ve saved probably hours of my life.

    Things to consider:

    -This is NOT a “GPS”, it takes nearby devices and automatically uses them to help track these when they’re not on your person (i.e. I see where my luggage is in the airport, because the baggage loading person has an iPhone on them). It doesn’t tell you who’s device it’s pinging from (for safety), but this is how it tracks (and only shares YOUR device with YOU). If you have questions about this, I’d take a look at Apple’s website.

    -The battery life could be a little better. This also depends on how many times you’re pinging the device, traveling with it, etc. I’m told you can replace these batteries yourself (which is a huge win).

    -Not sure how “durable” these are. I haven’t exactly put it through the wringer, but I’d consider something a bit more “rugged” if you find yourself in more treacherous terrains (something I do not frequent). Airtags do operate from -4 degrees (Fahrenheit) to 140 degrees (rather impressive). They’re also not exactly “water proof” but do advertise some water resistance.

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  7. Bill P.

    We got one of these to put on our cat’s collar because he is a runner and got out one day. After 4 hours of searching and 6 miles of walking the neighborhood I decided I needed something like this so I could track him if he ever got out again and it works great.

    You can set it up so that up to 5 people can track the same AirTag so both my wife and myself can track the cat anywhere we are. There is a feature that tells you how far you are from the tag and in which direction it is as well. One odd thing is that in the dark you need to use your flashlight to detect the tag for some reason. Not sure what that’s about. Sometimes, if I’m unsure if the cat ran outside after opening the door to get a package or something I’ll press the button on the app to play a sound and I can hear it as long as I’m about 20 feet away. It is not an annoying sound for humans or animals. It’s a pretty gentle yet distinct sound that lets you know the tag is within hearing range.

    Besides that you also get a view of where the tag is on a map in the Find My app which is useful for when you’re away from where you think you left the tag or you’re on a hunt for it.

    Thankfully I haven’t had to go searching for him with this tag on since the last time he escaped so I don’t know how well it functions in a real world scenario but with the amount of people who have iPhones walking around the chances of him coming within 30 feet of a Bluetooth enabled iOS device is high and I’m confident I’d be able to track him down quickly.

    Of course I had to get something that slides onto his collar so the tag would stay with him at all times so plan accordingly with your budget. This is a relatively cheap item for what it does so I’m very happy with it. It’s also small, not much larger than a quarter and won’t bother even a small animal.

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  8. S. Jordan

    An AirTag is amazing technology. iPhones walking by note its presence, signaling its location anonymously to the cloud. As long as there are iPhones nearby, your item’s location will be noted. Given the billions of iPhones in the world, that’s comforting. Things like luggage, purses, bicycles and other items are ideal for protection by AirTag.

    I use them for our dogs, too, though Apple doesn’t recommend this use-case. If one gets out of the house, the AirTag will at least give us a general idea of the pup’s location. Of course, if the dog wanders into the wilderness with no nearby iPhones to take note of it, the AirTag won’t be any help (and the last observed location will show in the Find My app, which might send you looking in the wrong place).

    As long as you’re aware of how they work and what the limitations are, these are marvelous and cheap insurance against loss. In our usage, their batteries last over a year.

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  9. T J

    I had bought an individual AirTag after a 4pack. This is because I wasnโ€™t going to replace my tile wallet till Iit died. Well after leaving my wallet at home that changed quickly. These little things can alert your phone when youโ€™re not with them you forgot something. Welp exactly what I needed.
    I have had a Bluetooth tiles on my stuff for years (keys x2, AirPods because for some reason unless the case is open your phone canโ€™t seem to find it/ play a sound to find it, heart monitor, and wallet.
    Well the one tile on my AirPods decide to stop working/ lockup so you canโ€™t play the music to find it, my wallet one it could be in my hands and it didnโ€™t want to play the music ( both would work in the opposite direction still but forget trying to find them). Welp after I left my AirPods at my momโ€™s house (last known location per find my app was a hardware store aka the last place I was using my headphones). Called the hardware store first thing they were there nope. Call my mom since that was the last place I was at yup they were there. Aka final straw
    Well bought these setups is so easy it made me want to cry. Popped all of them in their intended little case holders I bought for them and off I went.
    Welp I left one attached to something in my vehicle went into the store and it alerted me that I left it behind. Few days later, for some odd reason I tend to leave my wallet at home. It was the only thing that didnโ€™t have one. It got one the next day.
    The app for find my also seemed to work a little differently once these were added as it alerted me to exact location of another apple product I own left (knowingly because I was out with the person) at their home. I like the find my features better also since basically it tells you exact feet away an object is when you are looking for it.
    Downside to these you canโ€™t press a button to find your phone like with the tile.

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  10. Carra Lee K Spain

    Even though my bike had an AirTag and it worked as advertised, the police in northern California wouldn’t respond to the location in a timely enough fashion. I watched my stolen bike parade all across town, pinging on every iPhone and iPad around, and after a month the Air Tag stopped updating.
    The device is GREAT, but the application for retrieving stolen property that is mobile like a bike is a waste of money.

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