Assigning dates on your keychain in a very minimalist way, it is easy to forget that the Chipola is still there. Fortunately, it is working silently for 9 months without needing to change the battery. When you need to change, it promises to be easy also, unlike many other key search engines.
The key tracking device is one of the strongest followers out there with a blast 92+ dB when you press the alert melody. It promises up to 200 feet of coverage, where there is a clear line of sight (as with all Bluetooth devices, signal interruption is relatively easy), with the ability to track the last known time and location for your item.
It also works through the Chipola community so you will receive alerts at any time another user goes beyond your lost or lost item. It is quite solid and reliable, and that strong alert is excellent if you have hearing problems.
The cheapest dominant search engine here, the Nonda There is not bad for the price. It is a small triangular device that is not the most elegant, but it does the job. Unusually for key search engines, your battery is rechargeable instead of being replaceable with each charge lasting about 45 days.
Due to the budget design of the device, you can only track a signal up to about 75 feet, but that’s fine for home use. It also works as a remote control selfie or a voice memo trigger (using the built-in voice memo feature in the supplementary software).
It is far from being the best aspect or the most powerful key finder out there, but if you are on a tight budget or are not sure if a key search engine tool is for you, this is a decent option to pursue.