Chipolo ONE Spot tracker costs $28, has a keyring hole, and ships in June
What you need to know
- The Chipolo ONE Spot item tracker is now available for pre-order.
- Like AirTag, the ONE Spot uses Apple's Find My network.
It's cheaper than AirTag and has a hole in it!
Apple's AirTag is understandably getting all of the attention right now, but it isn't the only item tracker in town. Chipolo is one of the first to piggyback off Apple's Find My network and now it has a new item tracker available for pre-order – Chipolo ONE Spot.
Available in black rather than AirTag's white, the new tags sell for $28 if you just want one and $90 if you want four. That's cheaper than Apple's AirTag, although not by much. And while you do get to use Apple's Find My network and app, you don't get the precision finding feature because there's no ultra-wideband chip here. Whether that matters to you, I'm not sure.
It might not though, because each ONE Spot comes with a 120dB alarm that will make it easy to hear so long as you're relatively close to it. That's something Apple's Find My network will ensure, too.
Chipolo ONE Spot helps you find missing personal items through the Apple Find My network, made up of hundreds of millions of Apple devices. Use the Find My app to see your item on the map, play a sound if it's nearby, enable Lost Mode, and get notified when it is found.
Beyond that, we have a replaceable battery that should last a year as well as IPX5 water resistance. And yes, you get a keyring hole – something Apple didn't manage with AirTag. It also means you don't need to buy any accessories for most use cases, too.
All in, these things look pretty cool indeed. You can pre-order yours now with delivery expected in or around June. Failing that, here are some of the best Bluetooth trackers around if these aren't your cup of tea.