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HTC Fetch BL A100 Navigation Tag

£24.99 exVAT
£29.99 incVAT


HTC Fetch BL A100 Navigation Tag Overview

If you are often losing your phone or leaving it behind, the HTC Fetch is your solution.

With one press of a button, HTC Fetch activates your device's ringtone, providing it is within 15 metres and maintaining a clear Bluetooth connection.

Compact and sleek in design, the black colour HTC Fetch unit measures just 3 x 3 cm and is less than 1cm thick.

Pair it with your phone and you’ll get a warning beep if you leave it behind. If you lose both, a convenient map location feature lets you know where your HTC Fetch and phone were last together.

Simple to set up and use, the HTC Fetch can be used to secure your phone and belongings and even remotely activate the camera shutter on your mobile device.

The Fetch itself is small and compact and has a 6 month battery life thanks to both a removable CR2032 battery and the use of the Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy profile

The HTC Fetch App is required on the smartphone to work.

Reasons to buy HTC Fetch BL A100 Navigation Tag

  • Protect your phone
  • Be quickly alerted when your phone moves out of range
  • Reduces likelihood of losing your phone
  • Makes it harder to steal
  • Protect against theft bill shock
  • Compact and portable
  • 6 month battery lifetime with removable CR2032 battery
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • Audible notification

Box Contents of HTC Fetch BL A100 Navigation Tag

  • HTC Fetch
  • Strap with keyring
  • Documentation

Specifications of HTC Fetch BL A100 Navigation Tag

  • Audible alert for notification
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • Up to 3 Fetch to be connected to your phone
  • Working range 15m
  • Signal strength indicator
  • 6 month battery lifetime (CR2032 replaceable battery)
  • Multi-funtion button
  • Size - 29.35 x 29.35 x 9.3mm



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  • Andrew 19/2/2014 Recommend to a friend? Yes
    After having a go with the HTC Fetch at a HTC Press event, I knew I had to get one.
    And now I've had one for a few months I've been using it lots.
    One thing I was worried about was whether the bluetooth would have an impact on my phones batterylife, but I've only noticed a 2-3% battery drop when the fetch is connected for a day!
    Apart from the usual locating your phone and keys feature that the fetch is for, which is really useful, I've also been loving the ability to use the fetch as a remote shutter release for my One and One Max; no more need to use self-timers.
    I think that £20 is a small price to pay for such a useful little accessory
    If you're a HTC One, One Mini or One Max owner, don't think twice about buying one of these!
    (disclaimer: I've been testing this for HTC.)
  • Shen 6/2/2014 Recommend to a friend? Yes

    The Fetch is quite a niche device. I've been testing it for HTC. I only use it when I'm travelling as my bag/suitcase tends to contain quite a few devices and I don't want it to go missing. It alerts me if it goes out of range, so I don't have to pop my head round and check to see if it's still in the luggage area.
    My friend had borrowed it over Christmas to keep track of her daughter on holiday as she always tends to walk off out of sight. She found it really effective and wanted to take it off me indefinitely.
    The only issue with the Fetch is that if you have a big house and you tend to keep your phone in your pocket at all times, you'll most likely go out of range really frequently and you will hear beeping from where you've left the Fetch.
    Overall, I highly recommend it if you need to keep track of things or if you constantly lose track of your keys.

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