With AirBolt's Range Bar you can determine how far the AirBolt is from you. Moreover, you can use 

The more bars that show, the closer it is. 

The bar can prove to be quite useful in a whole range of scenarios. For example, imagine you are stuck amidst a large crowd at the Airport waiting for your luggage to arrive, looking around, ducking and diving! It's a major headache! Now, just stand back, and wait for your AirBolt to show "In-Range". As soon as it does, you know your luggage has arrived! Just go up and pick it up. 


To ensure whatever you have put your AirBolt Shield into doesn't move too far away from you, you can also turn on Proximity Alerts. This depending on your choice, can set the AirBolt and/or your Phone to ring when it moves away from you.

You have three choices for Proximity alerts. 

High Sensitivity : Triggers when range bar is about 6 full pink bars

Low sensitivity : Triggers when range bar is about 3 full pink bars 

Out of Range: Triggers when the AirBolt goes out of range (i.e. disconnects) for the selected amount of time. You can select the time before you are alerted using the slider bar. You can then also use the "Find" tab to see the last location of the Card. 

NOTE: Your Shield/AirBolt lock will not ring in this mode, only your phone will alert you, as you would have disconnected from the device before this triggers (hence, "out of range").

We recommend you use Low Sensitivity or Out of Range Mode. The range can be affected by many environmental factors plus your phone's bluetooth antenna. So we suggest you start with Low Sensitivity mode and then if needed turn on High Sensitivity Mode.

You can turn these on via Shield Settings when you are connected to your AirBolt.

When the Alert Triggers, Press the right button on the AirBolt to stop it ringing or click Snooze on your App.

Other Settings:

When you select the Proximity Options like Low or High sensitivity, you can then also choose to

A) Turn on AirBolt Alerts - this will make the AirBolt ring when the alert is triggered

B) Turn on your phone Alert - this will make your phone ring when the alert is triggered

C) You can turn on both as well

NOTE: If you move away and closer quickly, the alert can sometimes trigger when the AirBolt is near you as it takes the average value over a certain amount of time.