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  • (dramatic music)

  • (dog panting) (suspenseful music)

  • - AirTag not reachable.

  • Move around to connect.

  • Wasabi.

  • To my left.

  • (dog sniffing)

  • Oh wait.

  • (dramatic music)

  • Allow me to explain.

  • This is my fanny pack

  • and attached to it is an Apple AirTag,

  • a new $29 gadget that you attach to items you often lose.

  • So you could find them using your iPhone's Find My app.

  • This is Wasabi, a professional detection dog

  • that can sniff out the most hidden of items.

  • And well, I think you can tell where I went

  • with this whole thing.

  • I put this AirTag and other competing lost item trackers,

  • like the Tile Pro and Samsung SmartTag

  • up against Wasabi's nose

  • in a series of indoor and outdoor hiding challenges

  • because well, yeah, my dog only moves for bacon.

  • Up.

  • (hands clapping)

  • Do anything.

  • And since many have been asking if AirTags could be used

  • as a pet tracker, there you go,

  • we put one Wasabi for a separate challenge.

  • Of course, Alisa, Wasabi's owner

  • and professional narcotic K9 handler with 3DK9

  • was along for the whole ride,

  • ensuring Wasabi was happy,

  • healthy and hydrated.

  • All right, here we go.

  • Challenge one, fanny pack lost in the house.

  • AirTags and other lost item trackers

  • use lower-powered Bluetooth

  • to stay constantly connected

  • up to several hundred feet away.

  • Wasabi's sniff range?

  • It depends on a lot of factors

  • but about five feet in every direction.

  • For this challenge, we had him sniff out drugs,

  • fake drugs, more specifically,

  • a substance that smells like heroin.

  • Yeah, it definitely smells.

  • But is absolutely not heroin.

  • It's used in K9 training.

  • Instead of using my nose,

  • I used my ears for this challenge.

  • When you're in range of an AirTag,

  • you can press on this button

  • in the Find My app to sound an alarm

  • on the tracker itself.

  • So I had my producer Kenny here hide the fanny pack

  • someplace inside my townhouse.

  • - And I'm gonna wrap it.

  • You can't hear the dangles.

  • (dramatic music)

  • - [Joanna] Of course, Wasabi found the fanny pack

  • in one minute and 20 seconds.

  • - Yes. - Yo.

  • Hey, yeah.

  • - Me and the AirTags?

  • Okay, not so quick.

  • I knew it wasn't on the basement floor

  • because I don't hear anything in here.

  • When I hit the second floor,

  • Apple's precision finding feature came in super handy.

  • It says connected but the signal's weak,

  • so it's not in this area but I hear the sound.

  • Tap Find Nearby in the app

  • and it uses ultra-wideband technology,

  • which is more precise than Bluetooth

  • in very close distances.

  • If you're within a couple of feet of the item

  • and you have an iPhone with ultra-wideband,

  • the iPhone 11 and up,

  • it can guide you to the item

  • with on-screen directions.

  • Fanny pack may be on a different level than you

  • unless it thinks it's upstairs in this area.

  • And so what?

  • Bathroom?

  • Nearby here.

  • Whoa, I found it.

  • Got it.

  • I also tested the Samsung and the Tile in the same location.

  • The Samsung and the Tile's alarms

  • were louder and I could hear them clearer

  • from the second floor.

  • But they lack ultra-wideband,

  • so no detailed on-screen instructions

  • about the direction of the object.

  • The winner?

  • (Wasabi barking)

  • Obviously.

  • Challenge two.

  • Funny pack lost outside.

  • (playful music)

  • - The planter and you can't see it from the street.

  • - All the trackers' apps show the location

  • of where your phone

  • and the tracker were last connected.

  • In this case, where I had the fanny pack last,

  • standing on this street corner.

  • But Apple's Find My network goes a bit further.

  • Anyone's iPhone in the real world

  • can report the location of an AirTag.

  • Think of it as an invisible network.

  • Whenever an iPhone passes the AirTag,

  • it anonymously and unknowingly picks up

  • that Bluetooth signal

  • and the location of where it picked it up.

  • The owner of the AirTag

  • can then see the location in the Find My app.

  • Tile and Samsung have similar networks

  • but in this case, it's likely that no one

  • with a participating Samsung phone

  • or the Tile app on their phone walked by

  • but a billion active iPhones in the world

  • is a big AirTag selling point.

  • The Find My app says

  • that it is on the corner of Newark over there.

  • Tile has no idea where it is.

  • But once that Find My app led us into that 10

  • to 15-foot range,

  • Wasabi took off.

  • (beep)

  • All right, so if I'm standing over here,

  • it's on the corner over here.

  • No.

  • Arg, damn you.

  • - Yes.

  • - You wouldn't have known it over here, Wasabi

  • if it wasn't for me.

  • Winner, AirTags and Wasabi.

  • (dramatic music)

  • Challenge three.

  • Dog lost.

  • All right, go anywhere within 10-mile radius,

  • turn your phone on airplane mode

  • and wait there.

  • Before sending them off,

  • I equipped Wasabi with two trackers,

  • an AirTag and the Whistle Go Explore,

  • a real pet tracker.

  • With the Whistle, I had a live GPS view

  • of where they were headed.

  • The device connects to AT&T's cellular network,

  • which is why in addition to the $150 device,

  • you have to pay a subscription fee.

  • Then it says that Wasabi is currently on Freedom Way.

  • You zoom out.

  • That seems to be Liberty State Park.

  • - [GPS] Turn left onto Freedom Way.

  • - With the AirTag,

  • it was similar to the lost fanny pack on the street.

  • I had to wait until someone with an iPhone came

  • into contact with the AirTag at the park

  • to see the location.

  • Wasabi.

  • Ah, I see Wasabi over there.

  • As you so impressed that I found you.

  • The winner?

  • The Whistle, through the AirTags held their own,

  • plus the Whistle drops battery quick.

  • The AirTags have replaceable batteries

  • that are said to last up to a year.

  • So what did we learn here today?

  • Well, that everyone should get a Wasabi.

  • But really, AirTags are very good.

  • The lost mode feature needs improvement,

  • it sucks that you have to buy an accessory

  • to make sure you don't lose the actual AirTag

  • and despite Apple's anti-stalking features,

  • I have fears about these being used secretly

  • to track people.

  • But if you often lose things,

  • the only other real option is to well, not lose them.

  • Guys, I've gotta get a real dog.

  • I love you, Browser, I love you.

(dramatic music)

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