The HTC Fetch was released a little over 3 month ago with the tag line of turning lost to found.
A tiny keyring device that helps you find your phone and find itself should both devices part company at anytime using Bluetooth technology.
Just how effective is this device? Does it do what it says on the tin? Does it do more than it says on the tin?
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You can grab them from the HTC Fetch from the HTC Store for £34.99
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- HTC Fetch
- Usual leaflets
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- Secure your phone and belongings
- Last seen tracking
- Remote camera shutter
- Easy to set up. Easier to use
- Sleek and compact design
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Up to 15 meters (Depends on working environment)
6 month battery lifetime (CR2032 replaceable battery)
HTC One max, One, One mini, HTC Butterfly s, Desire 601
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Despite being a tiny device the build quality of the HTC fetch is unbelievable. From the solid plastics to the keyring that’s used you can tell there was no expenses spared when designing this robust little device.
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Setting up this device is as simple as taking it from the box, switching your device’s bluetooth on and connecting to it. It’s amazing just how simplistic this is.
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- Build Quality
- Ease of Use
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I rarely come across a device that has me say wow these days however the fetch is such a device. It literally does everything it’s supposed to do and more.
As yet I haven’t lost my phone or my fetch however I have found that it also acts as a great child safety device. Simply connect your phone to the device, place your phone into your childs bag and if they go too far from your side your fetch will bleep and also send you a map of where the phone last spoke to fetch.
This is also one of the shortest reviews I have ever written simply because there is so little to the actual device and it’s difficult to express my happiness with it without making myself sound like a weirdo (yeah we know you think I am already).
If I can close the review with just two words they are BUY ONE!