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iTag item locator

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$19.90
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$29.90
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    Keep losing things? This iTag item locator is a simple way to keep track of and find your belongings. Attach one to your keys, handbag, luggage, backpack, school bags, glasses boxes and more.

    This iTag item locator integrates seamlessly with Apple's free FindMy app for iPhones and iPads. Once connected, the iTag uses Bluetooth technology on all Apple devices through the FindMy network to track it down. You can also play a sound on the built-in speaker of the item locator to help find your lost item nearby. Connection to FindMy is anonymous and encrypted for privacy.

    • Small and compact size (3.72cm x 3.72cm x 0.85cm)
    • Waterproof IP67 - 100% protected against solid objects like dust and sand, and tested to work for at least 30 minutes while under 15cm to 1m of water
    • Keyring hole and keyring included for easy attachment
    • 60m Bluetooth range
    • Low battery alert
    • Battery* included
    SAFETY WARNING: This product contains a button battery which can cause life-threatening injuries, or be fatal, to children. If you suspect that a child has swallowed or inserted a button battery, immediately call the Poisons Information Centre on 13 11 26. Call 000 if the child is having difficulty breathing. For further information, read the ACCC’s button/coin battery safety information.

    * In the interest of child safety, the battery comes preinstalled by the manufacturer and can be accessed using the included opener. As the battery comes preinstalled, it may not last quite as long as a new replacement battery.

    Dimensions

    ITEM LOCATOR
    Size 3.72cm x 3.72 cm x 0.85cm
    Weight (excluding battery) 9g

    PACKAGE
    Size 13cm x 6.5cm x 1.6cm
    Weight 27g

    Specifications

    BOX CONTENTS
    iTag item locator including 1xCR2032 battery
    Keyring
    Pry opener (used for replacing locator button battery and prevention of children from accessing the button battery)
    User manual (English, Chinese)

    WARRANTY
    12 months

    CERTIFICATION
    CE, RoHS, FCC

    The iTag item locator will work on Apple devices only.

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    30-day returns
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    Australian owned with fast delivery
    Our locally stocked products leave on the same or next business day.

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    iTag item finder with box packaging shown in background
    iTag item finder attached to leather handbag
    a variety of use cases for the itag item locator
    iTag item locator instructions how to find your item close by
    iTag item locator instructions how to find your item far away
    iTag item locator additional features
    iTag setup guide
    iTag specifications

    Bluetooth item locator

    The iTag item locator uses surrounding Bluetooth signals on Apple's free Find My network to anonymously pin-point the location of the iTag. The Find My network is a crowdsourced network of hundreds of millions of Apple devices that use Bluetooth wireless technology.

    Use of Bluetooth technology means that the item can still be located inside, under covered areas and even under water when in proximity to a Bluetooth device.

    Through the Find My app, you can also play a sound on the built-in iTag speaker to help detect the lost item when it's nearby.

    So many uses!

    The iTag item locator can be used to find and keep track of many items!

    • Key finder
    • Glasses boxes
    • School bags
    • Luggage tracker
    • Car tracker
    • Item detector

    So many names!

    The iTag item locator is known by many names:

    • smart tracker
    • Bluetooth finder
    • GPS tracker finder
    • GPS tracking device
    • tag tracker
    • key detector
    • Bluetooth keychain finder

    It is a bit of a misconception that item locators, including the iTag item locator, incorporate GPS technology. For several reasons, including price and practicality of use indoors, item locators use Bluetooth signals to track a precise location.

    How effective is the iTag item locator?

    When there are other Bluetooth devices around, such as iPhones, the iTag location is accurate and precise, even while indoors. Sounding the beep will help you to locate the exact position.

    However, if you are looking for the iTag attached to an item, e.g. your wallet in a large remote field, a precise location will be more difficult. Fewer Bluetooth devices around on the FindMy network will mean fewer location signals. But as soon as your wallet comes into contact with someone on the network, a more accurate position will be visible.

    In populated areas, item location is most reliable, and in remote areas, it is approximate and relies on the iTag coming into Bluetooth range with another Bluetooth device.

    • Australian owned and operated

      Our products are locally stocked and ready for fast shipping Australia-wide

    • FREE delivery

      We offer free delivery Australia-wide for purchases over $199
      (excludes bulky items)

      And free delivery for Queensland postcodes 4507 & 4511

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    Customer Reviews

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    Paul
    Easy setup!

    Bought it and was delivered within a few days. I asked my son to install it but he said to give it a go myself. Glad, I did. Was very easy. Keep it in the car.

    Thank you for your positive review Paul! We're glad to hear that setting up our iTag item locator was a breeze for you. Thank you for choosing us!

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    Jian B.

    Usually buy gifts from this shop but got 2 of them for myself. Love that you can set emoji in the app. One is on my keys and the other on the car keys.

    Thank you for your review Jian! We are glad to hear that you are enjoying your iTag item locators, and that you have found a creative use for them by setting emoji in the app. We appreciate your support and hope you continue to enjoy our products. Have a great day!

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    Will S.
    Easy sync

    Works as described and pairs easily with Find My. Can't fault the locator, I use it as a key finder and have used on the dog a few times as well.

    Hi Will, thank you for leaving such a great review for our iTag item locator. We're glad to hear that it synced easily and worked as described for you. It's great to know that it's been a helpful tool for finding both your keys and your furry friend. If you have any other feedback or questions, please don't hesitate to reach out. Happy locating!

    Do item locators work by GPS?

    Item locators are often called 'GPS trackers' or 'GPS tracking devices'. However, it is a misconception that general item locators operate using Global Positioning Systems (GPS). GPS is a satellite-based radio navigation system owned by the US government and operated by the United States Space Force.

    The most common applications for GPS include navigation in the air or ocean. In terms of recreation, GPS is popular for hiking, hunting, and cross-country skiing to name a few uses. Anyone who needs to keep track of where they are, to find a location, or know what direction and how fast they're travelling benefit from GPS systems.

    Thus, many devices have built-in GPS functions, like high-end smartwatches, emergency position-indicating radio beacon (EPIRBs), boats and ships, most public bike or scooters for sharing services, and many rental vehicle or logistics fleets and services. And obviously all our mobile phones for navigation purposes.

    GPS is an expensive technology, and won’t work indoors or in a sheltered area. For price and practicality, item locators commonly use Bluetooth and surrounding Bluetooth devices on a network to track the item down.