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Griff
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bluetooth tracker

Post by Griff » 09 Jan 2016, 17:54

found these today, look like they may be useful for a lost drone, only a 200ft range but could still be useful, also you could keep them on your keys when not flying.

https://chipolo.net/

TomKnAL
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Re: bluetooth tracker

Post by TomKnAL » 10 Jan 2016, 02:52

I don't think the Xplorer uses bluetooth.

The phone shows the last GPS position even if there is no longer a connection. I have used the "last position" to find it three times.

Griff
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Re: bluetooth tracker

Post by Griff » 10 Jan 2016, 11:47

no your right the Xiro doesn't use bluetooth, but your phone does, just another option maybe thats all.

Tom.

motorman
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Re: bluetooth tracker

Post by motorman » 17 Feb 2016, 20:22

TomKnAL wrote:I don't think the Xplorer uses bluetooth.

The phone shows the last GPS position even if there is no longer a connection. I have used the "last position" to find it three times.


Did it crash or land itself?

ChillyCat
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Re: bluetooth tracker

Post by ChillyCat » 23 Feb 2016, 01:02

Seen several likenesses of this one. GREAT idea......but too expensive. To insure these type
of devices get world-wide acceptance, the price is gonna have to get down to less than 10 [IMO]

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