The Tile Mate tracker normally costs around $20, but right now you can snag it for just $9.99 over at Amazon. While there are new-and-improved versions of this tracker, it'll still get the job done, and the $10 price point is low enough that you can afford to buy a couple of them. The same can't be said for some of the other products in Tile's lineup.
Do you wish you weren't constantly losing track of your phone, wallet or keys? Tile was created to bring a solution to the age-old problem of "where did I leave that thing?" It can connect to your smartphone via Bluetooth to help you keep track of your belongings. With this item being so tiny, you might even forget it's there 'til you need it. Just clip it on your keyring, slip it into your wallet, or secure it in your backpack, and you're good to go.
Tile Mate has the capability to be used in different ways, too. If you've lost your keys and a Tile Mate is attached, simply press a button on your phone and the Tile Mate will begin ringing to help you locate it. If you've lost your phone, press the button on the Tile Mate and your phone will begin ringing. The free-to-use app can even show you the last known location of your Tile Mate. There's also a huge lost-and-found aspect to this tracker. If you straight-up lose something, you can anonymously ask for help and the Tile network can help to pinpoint the location.
While Tile Mate is perfectly suited for your keys, Tile Slim is a better option if you're looking for something to help keep track of larger items such as your purse or devices like tablets or laptops. With it only being as thick as two credit cards, it won't be too noticeable slid into a wallet or adhered to the back or bottom of something else.
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