So, I found myself with my family waiting to board my plane while searching frantically to find my keys. Decided that I needed a backup solution small in size but loaded with technology. After some serious research I decided that Apple AirTag was the answer. Of course, it had to have a Bonanza logo and hold my keys... Of course, its 3D printed.... necessity is the mother of invention. Thus the "BOTag" Keychain. Yes, the name is corny but who cares... that’s the fun of it.
Check out the technology for yourself... but I'm pretty sure it’s going to be hard to find something this size, price point, well supported and connected to such a large network.
AirTag is a tracking device developed by Apple. AirTag is designed to act as a key finder, which helps people find personal objects (e.g. keys, bags, apparel, small electronic devices, vehicles). To locate lost items, AirTags use Apple's crowdsourced Find My network, estimated in early 2021 to consist of approximately one billion devices worldwide that detect and anonymously report emitted Bluetooth signals. AirTags are compatible with any iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch device capable of running iOS/iPadOS 14.5 or later. Using the built-in U1 chip on iPhone 11 or later (excluding iPhone SE 2nd generation and iPhone SE 3rd generation), users can more precisely locate items using UWB (ultra-wideband) technology. AirTag was announced on April 20, 2021, made available for pre-order on April 23, and released on April 30.
- BOTag GUARD currently printed with heat resistant PETG or Durable resin and sealed with high gloss clear durable top coat.
- BOTag GUARD comes with front and back components and four(4) M3x6 screws needed to secure the two halfs.
- BOTag GUARD includes metal ring and swival.
- Swival ring design fits comfortably in your pocket and has a slim profile.
- BOTag GUARD does not come with Apple AirTag unless specifically selected as an option. Additional cost for Apple AirTag is $30.