I have used them in my wallet and several sets of keys. I found one of my sets of keys way under the seat of my loader. I would have never thought to look that far but the Airtag was pinging and my phone said it was less than one foot away.
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Bought all of this mid-June (Bought this wallet instead) so I have nearly 9 months run time.
A few interesting tidbits:
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So when the people returned my vehicle that had an AirTag in it, I asked them if it notified them. There were three people in the vehicle and all had iPhones. Only one said she received a notification that an AirTag seemed to be with them. She said she was the only person that had “Find My” turned on. The others did not have that setting turned on. When they turned it on, they supposedly got a notification. An interesting theory I want to test more.
I have zero intention of ever placing one to track a person. I just want to know how they work. Any I place in vehicles I own/possess have them with the speaker removed so a potential thief can’t find it and may ditch the car knowing there is an AirTag in it they can’t find.
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I'm taking a trip to Europe this summer and will place them in my checked luggage. I'm curious to see how well they worked in that scenario.
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I bought an expensive E-Bike a year ago and had concerns about theft. I have an Air Tag well hidden on the bike and it seems to work well.
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You guys realize this thread is over a year old, right?
Para, my apologies if I should have started a new thread. I did a search before starting a thread and saw this one which seemed relevant so I just added to it. I did see that it was old, but thought it was frowned upon to start a new thread when one existed.
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I just came back from an extended trip to South America and am happy to say they worked well in being able to track my luggage around the airport. On our last leg into Asheville from CLT I noticed that my suitcase wasn’t near the plane and sure enough when we landed I got a text from American that my luggage was left in CLT and I would be notified when it was delivered to Asheville and they would deliver it to my house. The next morning I checked and saw that it was in the Asheville airport and decided to go down and get it as I don’t live too far away.
Worked like a charm. In fact I now have one in my Spyder in case it ever gets stolen.
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