Doesn't turning the Bluetooth capability on drain your cell phone's battery faster?
Yes. But I have an LG DARE and it's not a problem. The charge lasts for days. Would it last longer if the Bluetooth was turned off? Of course. Besides, what good is a fully charged cell phone sitting on your kitchen counter when you're at work?
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I simply make a habit of checking my pockets to make sure I have my cell phone before I go anywhere. Besides, it's good to sometimes be out of touch with people. Why should I spend $30 for a Bringrr?
OK... I confess. This was a comment made by an business associate of mine and not a customer. I just had to include it here because I think it's a perfect example of how people sometimes react to something new.
If you have that kind of discipline and you never, ever forget your cell phone then you don't need a Bringrr. If you do occasionally forget your cell phone and in your personal situation it doesn't really matter or you enjoy the fact that people can't contact you... well you don't need to spend $30 for a Bringrr either.
But if you're forgetful... or have a lot on your mind so that you can become distracted... and do occasionally forget your cell phone... and it does matter that you stay in touch with people... you won't find a better way to spend $30.
I have a computer consulting business in addition to my online stores. If I miss one call from a client that can be a huge problem depending on what's going on. I miss one call for a large corporate order for one of the stores and I could loose enough money to buy a lot of Bringrr's. As a Dad and family man and there's an emergency and people can't get in touch with me immediately... that's a big deal to me. For me... for most people these days... anything you can do to stop you from driving away without your cell phone is very important. Something that costs just $30 that reliably prevents that from happening is worth every cent.