Frequently Asked Questions
- Other locator products use apps to ring your missing phone but if the phone is dead or turned off, the system is rendered useless
- KickTrack allows people to ring their phone, even when it’s dead!
- These applications help you locate the last known location of your device.
- We recommend using these in conjugation with KickTrack because KickTrack will allow you to ring your phone even if it’s dead or off.
- KickTrack is the only product on the market that allows people to prop their phone up at any desired angle!
- In short, KickTrack Finder is a pair of wirelessly connected devices – a Bluetooth Key Fob and a Bluetooth Kickstand.
- KickTrack basic is just the Kickstand without any electronics.
- Each device has a range of up to 300 ft! (about the size of a football field)
- When you press the button on either device, both devices will illuminate a green blinking light when your device is in range.
- KickTrack packs a punch. The volume of the speaker rings at nearly 100db!
- The battery lasts up to an entire year. A red light will blink 5 times once every hour to indicate that it needs replacing.
- Yes! The battery is a standard CR2032; it is easily replaceable and can be purchased at your local drug store or on amazon for less than a $1.
- No! Each set are uniquely paired using encrypted Bluetooth wireless communication.
- No apps necessary! This way, you can find your phone, even when it’s dead!
- Fold KickTrack flat, align the bottom of the device with the bottom of your phone, center it, then stick!
- You will be able to remove and reapply KickTrack as many times as you’d like!
- We just recommend that you keep the re-stickable base away from any dirty/dusty surfaces when you are in the process of switching it over.
- KickTrack is only .125 (1/8) inches thick, 1.5 inches long, and 1.25 inches wide.
- Yes! Each device has an IP (ingress protection) rating of IP55 so they are both dust protected and protected against jets of water.
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