The 'Dan Guido' is a low cost decoy AirTag that can be used to fool any would be thief and provide an extra level of protection for your items.
Named after Dan Guido, a cybersecurity expert who recently used two cleverly hidden AirTags to get his stolen scooter back.
Understanding that not every item justifies the cost of two AirTags, we have sourced a physically similar AirTag from China to act as a decoy.
The idea is simple, place the decoy(s) in a visible location on your bike, suitcase, handbag, backpack or scooter using one of our AirTag accessories and conceal the real AirTag in a harder to find location.
A professional thief will quickly identify and remove the fake AirTag, but they are less likely to find the real AirTag until later on, when the AirTag's anti-stalking notification is activated. This will provide you with precious additional time to locate your item and notify authorities.
In case you are wondering, the Guido does actually work. It offers short range tracking functionality via bluetooth and a 3rd party App supported by both iOS and Android, but it lacks the ability to connect to Apple's FindMy network eco-system,
It is by no means intended as a substitute for a genuine AirTag, however it does contain an C2032 battery that can be used as a spare when your original AirTag runs flat.
Brand Name: Centechia
Model Number: Smart Tag Tracker
Operating Language: English
Battery: Button battery CR2032
APP name: iSearching / Kindelf
Product size: 34mm x 34mm x 6mm
Battery: 200 maH