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A few years ago I ended up on vacation without my luggage for the 2nd time. I started looking for a solution. And found several.
I tried Trackdot and LugLoc. Both were good (neither is compatible with today's phone networks though so DON'T buy them!) for their time. I also discovered the Loc8ing Travel Tag, one of which still rides around on my main suitcase, so it can send me "Hello" and "Goodbye" messages as it passes in and out of my cellphone's Bluetooth range. I tried the TrackR Bluetooth locators, and found them lacking. I also tried the Tile locators, same thing, different design, and found them so good that one now adorns many of the things I used to loose. (House Keys, wallet, backpack, computer bag, client keys, Sack-o-USB drives I use for work, etc.) Their drawback is that they depend on a cellphone or tablet running the Tile app to be able to update their location. Meaning if they get lost, there is a diminishing chance of my tracking them down successfully.
But then that is where the descendants of the Trackdot and LugLoc come in. (And no, I do not believe that Trackimo is an actual descendant of the Trackdot, more like a parallel evolution competitor.) I have 2 GEGOs, a Black one, and one White one. I got them to replace my LugLocs when they stopped being supported with the retirement of the 2G networks. They work well for the most part, although I tend to pair them with a Tile for Bluetooth as I find their Bluetooth beacons to be somewhat underwhelming when I need them. But there are several areas that the Trackimo outshines the GEGOs.
First is with its GPS. Trackimo uses actual GPS along with GSM , and WiFi to fix its location, and if moving its speed. The GEGOs only use GSM Triangulation from Cell Towers.
Next I can ask the Trackimo for its location whenever I want. The GEGOs just check in whenever they feel like it. (I believe the LugLocs had a get location feature. If the GEGOs have this, I don't know how to trigger it.)
Another area it beats the GEGOs in is ongoing cost. While to start out the GEGO costs literally half as much as the Trackimo, you have to add in the costs of supporting the units cellular connections. A GEGO comes with one month of free service, then you have to pay ~$8 monthly, or ~$76 a year for service. A Trackimo comes with a whole year's service for free, and then ongoing service is only ~$5 a month, or just ~$50 for the whole year, so after 2 or 3 years the Trackimo is actually the less expensive device. (Since you are paying the second $76 a month after you would have to pay the first $50, it isn't until the 3rd year anniversary that you technically will have paid $2, or a month later $28 more for the GEGO than you would have for the Trackimo.)
Finally, it has a super power no other tracker I know of still in production has - I keep my Trackimo in my Laptop case most of the time, and it can tell me if someone opens the bag. It has a light sensor. This is why the Trackimo also joins the Loc8ing tag in my main suitcase when ever I travel - thus I will know if the TSA or someone else opens my suitcase. (And if it is NOT in the originating airport it is likely NOT the TSA, and thus I would be searching for a Security Agent to report someone pilfering my bag, which thanks to the GPS and GSM features of the Trackimo, I can tell them where my bag is, so they can send someone to investigate why it was opened.)
I do wish it sent a "Feed Me" message when the battery dropped below a certain level (20%?) so I wouldn't find it dead from time to time, but this is also a failing with the GEGOs. It also lacks entirely a Bluetooth Range Finder, but then again, I keep it paired with a Tile Pro, as well as when it is in my suitcase, there is it's dedicated Loc8ing Tag which excels in the range finder category as well, so that feature would likely be wasted anyhow. Other than that, this is a nearly perfect tracking device. I certainly have yet to loose it!
If I needed another tracker (which I don't - even when on the return leg of a trip I find I have the Trackimo in my main Suitcase, with it's companion Tile and the Loc8ing Tag, I have a GEGO and it's companion Tile in my "Overflow" bag - a duffel bag I keep in my suitcase in case I buy things on my trip, or just want to segregate clean and dirty clothing. I also have a final GEGO and Tile in my Rolling Carry-On backpack, just in case I have to check it at the gate. I finally have only a simple Tile Sport on my Breakout Bag - the super lightweight backpack in which I keep my laptop, Li-ion batteries, an inflatable pillow, and my ANC Headphones within my carry-on in case I want/need to check the larger rolling backpack.) it would be a Trackimo, and sadly not a GEGO, due to functionality, and cost.
Thank you for spending the time to read this far. I know I am long-winded but hopefully the info dump will be useful to someone.