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Phone Halo Kills It Yet Again, Raises Over 500% of Their Goal For TrackR Bravo

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Christian Smith is close to celebrating his 5 year anniversary at TrackR, a company dedicated to helping you never lose your wallets, keys, or phones again. To celebrate the big milestone, TrackR has launched an Indiegogo campaign that went live this past Monday.

The campaign is to fund their newest, thinnest tracking device ever: the TackR bravo. Aside from its sleek new look, the coolest part about this campaign is that they’ve already surpassed their funding goal with over 40 days left on the clock.

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Initially set at $20,000, the TrackR bravo crowdfunding campaign is already at $101,223 (at the time of writing); that’s 506 percent over their initial needs to get the TrackR bravo to market. The device measures only 3.5 mm thin, coming in 50 percent thinner than the previous design.

TrackR has been able to achieve greater results with their products using the same aluminum used by many of Apple’s most popular products. And by taking advantage of their new design, Smith and the TrackR team have been able to maintain the aesthetic beauty without sacrificing any quality or durability.

The funding goal may be morbidly surpassed at this point, but that doesn’t mean you can’t pitch in still. Contributors have until the end of the campaign to claim their TrackR bravo rewards!

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