Tile (Gen 2) – Phone Finder. Key Finder. Item Finder – 4 Pack (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

For those days when the remote control seems to have walked off the face of the planet, there’s Tile. Tile is a tiny Bluetooth tracker and easy to use app that locates everyday items like your phone, keys, and wallet in seconds. Spend less time exploring that lost world behind your seat cushions and more time doing the things you love. Never worry about charging or replacing the battery for at least a year it just works with zero upkeep.

Product Features

  • Tile is a tiny Bluetooth tracker and easy to use app that finds your phone, keys, and anything you don’t want to lose in seconds
  • Attach a Tile to an item and locate it by sound, by seeing its last known location on a map, or by marking it as “lost” and getting an alert when it’s found
  • Find your phone! Simply press Tile to make your lost phone ring even if it’s on silent
  • Keep track of phones, tablets, keys, wallets, luggage, purses, backpacks, cameras, remote controls, kids toys, and more
  • Reduce frustration, and save hours of frantic searching with Tile

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2 Responses to Tile (Gen 2) – Phone Finder. Key Finder. Item Finder – 4 Pack (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Tile company DISABLES old tiles with good battery life remaining I don’t usually write a review unless an item is either fantastic or terrible. At best, the tiles were fair to good when then picked up the signal, but they are a great concept. Now, Tile had DISABLED all my tiles through the app, only 7 months old and says they have EXPIRED due to battery life. What a coincidence that they all “died” at once???WHAT A SCAM AND WHAT A PITIFUL COMPANYI carefully opened two of them with a dremel and found that one battery was…

  2. Anonymous says:

    A comprehensive comparison of tracking devices: Tile, Nut, Trackr & Mynt A little background: I’m the kind of person who would lose her head if it wasn’t attached to her shoulders. OK, not that bad, but my mind can hold a million and one random academic facts, but not the current location of my keys or glasses. So, I was so thankful I was given the opportunity to review several tracking devices, in return for discounts. (I was able to get these offers on Trackr, Mynt & Nut, but not Tile–I bought a lightly used one on eBay just to include it in the…