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HTC Fetch Bluetooth (BLE) Tag Compatible with HTC One (M8), HTC One Max, HTC One, HTC One Mini and HTC Desire 601 - Black

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  • Find my phone with one button push
  • Easy to set-up & compact design
  • Camera shutter control
  • Up to 6 month battery life
  • HTC original accessory
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HTC Fetch Bluetooth (BLE) Tag Compatible with HTC One (M8), HTC One Max, HTC One, HTC One Mini and HTC Desire 601 - Black + HTC Dot Flip Cover Case for HTC One (M8) - Grey + HTC Boombass Subwoofer Bluetooth Speaker
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 cm ; 9 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 41 g
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  • Item model number: HTCBLA100
  • ASIN: B00ED2GJ9W
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 28 Aug. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)

Product Description

Product Description

If you're tired of losing your phone or leaving it behind, the HTC Fetch is your solution.

Just press the button and the sleek, compact key chain device activates your phone's ringtone within 15 meters*. 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.

Compatibility - Fetch is currently compatible with Desire 601, One, One Mini and One Max.

*Working range may vary depending on operating environment.

About HTC

Founded in 1997, HTC built its reputation as the behind-the-scenes designer and manufacturer of many of the most popular OEM-branded mobile devices on the market.

Since 2006, they have regularly introduced many critically-acclaimed mobile devices under their own brand, and their portfolio includes Smartphones and tablets powered by the Android and Windows Phone operating systems.

They are dedicated to creating a customised user experience and believe that each mobile device needs to fit its owner, and not the other way around. What they make is not merely the product of focus group tests, but of observing and honouring how individuals choose to interact with technology.

Customers guide everything that HTC does, and it's this commitment that defines the company.

Box Contains

HTC Fetch BLE tag BL A100

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Craig Fish on 5 Feb. 2014
(Disclosure: Item sent to me by HTC)
The fetch is a great little device, great quality and small as it is, fits on my keyring and attached to my keys, goes everywhere with me. Fetch was easy to pair (via Bluetooth) to my HTC One Max and is easy to use. I mainly use it as a camera shutter button (which is very handy for taking group shots with me in them) tho most will probably use it as a means to find their keys or phone if they misplace them. You can make the fetch beep from your phone find those missing keys or also to find the phone too. When paired, if the fetch and your phone get more than 15 feet apart the fetch will beep to let you know at a volume that is more than adequate. The only advice I would give is to make sure you switch the Fetch off if not in use for long periods of time. I accidentally left mine on for a few days and the battery depleted quite a lot, luckily tho the watch type battery that powers it is inexpensive and easily available. All in all a great device and well worth getting if you are the type that regularly misplaces your phone or keys.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By R. Otsmane-elhaou on 11 Feb. 2014
What Is It?
It's actually an accessory designed to be used with your HTC device, if you remember the old gadgets you could attach to your keys and click your fingers (or if you bought a cool one, whistle) and it would let out a sound so you could find your keys? Well the Fetch is a sort of 21st century version of the same thing, except it hooks into your HTC One device via bluetooth.

Features
There are a number of pretty cool features this little device brings, first up is the ability to set off your phones ringtone in case you can't remember where you last placed it. Simply press the button on the Fetch and your HTC phone will start ringing (just make sure you have a non-embarrassing ringtone before you try it in public!). You have to be within 15 meters of your phone for this to work however, but in reality any further and you might not be in range to hear it ring anyway. You can also enable your phone to set of the ringtone if the fetch moves 15 meters away, useful if you're one to leave behind your phone when you leave the pub!

Next up is the ability to check out where your Fetch and phone were last seen together on a map. Useful if you find yourself in the situation of returning to your car and realising you've left behind both your phone AND your keys! However, if that does happen to you often, it might be more wise you stop driving and just take the bus next time ;P

And finally, you can also use the button on the Fetch as a remote camera shutter key. This is one of the more useful features, and one I found myself using much more often that the rest (I'm one of those people who tends to always keep their phone safe and sound!). It works well and is great for when you want to take a photo with a loved one but be in the photo yourself.

*A big thanks to the guys over at HTC for sending me over the Fetch for review purposes.*
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By James S. on 1 Feb. 2014
Such a great little accessory for those of us who are terrible at remembering either their keys or their phone. Pretty straight forward to set up to my HTC One max and doesn't cause a battery drain at all with the BT4.0. Only downside is when you leave your keys in your work desk and go to lunch and it starts going off - but that's user error.
Amazing hidden little feature as also doubles as a remote control for your camera so you can take those perfect family photos.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Pacey on 9 Jan. 2014
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If you are like me, and like a relatively cheap gadget, and also if you are prone to losing your keys then the Fetch is the perfect accessory.

Think of it as the whistling key ring for the smartphone era
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Turki on 12 Dec. 2013
The beep sound vol.level is good. the tag is very handle and suit my key chain. I won't lose my mobile or keys again.

Highly recommonded!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By nathan neil on 31 Dec. 2013
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Really good , I don't thing I will ever lose my keys or phone ever again :)
Great price for a great product.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nelson Cordeiro Martins on 24 Jun. 2014
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I had a problem: every once and a while I forgot my keys just hanging in my work locker! sure that's no problem if you live in a small town or live close by... I'm living in London now, my house is 45minutes away from my work place and that's if everything is up and running on transports side and I'm not doing a shift that ends after midnight! can you imagine what's like to get to the front door of where you're living at 2am and realise you left your keys hanging on your locker and have to turn back to get it? BEST PURCHASE I EVER MADE THIS YEAR!!!! (Apart from the wharfedale 9.1....)
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By Paul of London on 10 Dec. 2014
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This is a neat gadget, about an inch square and quarter inch thick, on a keyring.

Despite HTC being unsure of its compatibility with the HTC Desire 510 I bought one, on chance. It came well packed and quickly.

I can confirm that it works fine with the Desire 510. The instructions are minimal and you have to go on-line and search through the HTC website for a proper user manual.

Basically you remove tab from battery and push the single button for 4 seconds until it beeps once. This turns it on. You then turn on the Bluetooth on the phone and search for nearby devices. On my third attempt it found the HTC Fetch. It's then a simple matter of pairing the two.

It works well but your phone must be switched on and Bluetooth must also be activated for the device to work. You push the button on the Fetch once and your phone makes an alarm sound; you have to unlock the phone and press 'dismiss' to stop it.

It is quite a neat idea and for £20, worth the 'toy' value, but I wouldn't pay more for it.
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