This is why you should get a Bluetooth key finder
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  • March 20, 2017

The early morning scramble to find your keys or valuables before you leave the house doesn’t have to be so frantic, if you have a GoFinder that is.

Thanks to a solid mix of features packed into a compact design, GoFinder means you will always find what you are looking for.

At the size of a standard keychain, GoFinder pairs with your smartphone to act as a proximity sensor, alerting you when your keys are nearby or in danger of being left behind.

This device uses lower-powered Bluetooth LE to connect to your phone, so you don’t need to worry about your occasional bouts of forgetfulness draining your phone’s battery.

Finding your valuables

Duet’s app is available for both Android and iOS. In the app there are a couple different alert options.

The most effective is the Buzz feature, which causes the Duet to emit an audible beep for 15 seconds.

A second feature, Radar, uses bars and buzzing to indicate how close a lost Duet is to your mobile device.

A geo-fencing feature can send alerts to your phone whenever you stroll out of range.

A Wi-Fi Zone feature keeps those alerts from sounding when both your Duet and your phone are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.

You can also see a map of where your Duet was last recorded. If someone else with a Duet walks by, that person’s app will ping the map to alert you of its location.

Duet’s Battery life is about six months, but GoFinder includes one replaceable CR2032 battery – so you can expect to get a year’s worth of battery life out of the device before you pay for new batteries.