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Smartband lost, there is a tracker ?

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Re: Smartband lost, there is a tracker ?

I also lost my Smartband talk in London today. The strap needs to be able to lock on the next version. It's a very poor design that is costing people a lot of money.

Apprentice
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Re: Smartband lost, there is a tracker ?

Hi. May I ask, are you using the SmartBand 2 by Sony? I run about 10km per day and have owned this device for over a year now. If you're using this model, are you wearing it tight around your wrist with the plastic heart rate monitor part facing on the top part of your wrist, so that the rubber (thin part) is against your vein on the wrist. That way it was should sit tightly.

Adept
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Re: Smartband lost, there is a tracker ?

At least the SmartBand 2 App (on Android) shown the last known location for the SmartBand. Possible this could help to find the device...

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Apprentice
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Re: Smartband lost, there is a tracker ?

Exactly! Take for instance that my girl took hers off when trying a new blouse in a clothing store in the city. She left the band in the store, but forgot it there. Her Lifetracker app said 'Last known location H&M Huddinge Center' and she took the train back to the store and the clerk had it as the cash register.

 

Sincerely,

Michael from Sweden