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Pebblebee BlackCard Wallet Finder Can Be Recharged Through USB Type-C

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In addition to the keychain based Pebblebee Finder 2.0, the Pebblebee BlackCard Wallet Finder can be slipped into a wallet or purse just like a credit card. The Pebblebee BlackCard Wallet Finder came in the same package as the Pebblebee Finder 2.0 that we purchased in this review. While similar to the Tile Slim, the Pebblebee BlackCard Wallet Finder supports Bluetooth 5.0 LE for tracking lost items and uses the USB Type-C interface for own battery charging. 

Like the Pebblebee Finder 2.0, the Pebblebee BlackCard Wallet Finder also offers to enable up to 500 ft range using Bluetooth on a iOS or Android phone and uses the Pebblebee App and ringtones as well as supports Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa for voice control.

Here we can see how the Pebblebee BlackCard Wallet Finder looks like up close.

The Pebblebee BlackCard Wallet Finder uses its own separate battery charger to keep itself charged for up to 4 months. You will need to connect the battery charger to AC power by plugging in the supplied USB Type-C to Type-A charging cable to the USB Type-C input port on the battery charger for power to flow through.    

To charge the battery, make sure to align the battery charger and Pebblebee BlackCard Wallet Finder such that the two circular charging indicators on each device touch each other when inserting the Pebblebee card into the allocated slot on the battery charger.

The Pebblebee icon actually serves as a button to help you connect your Pebblebee BlackCard Wallet Finder or find your mobile device. The LED indicator above the icon will light up each time the button is pressed.

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