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Tile is one of the world’s most effective tools for finding lost objects. If you tend to misplace your keys — or your wallet or your meds — just attach a Tile to them. When the item goes missing, pull out your phone; you’ll be able to see the lost object on a map or activate an alarm to help you track it down underneath the couch. Tile comes in different sizes (including the new Tile Slim, which is as thin as two credit cards, and the Tile Mate, which easily hooks onto keychains) to help you find whatever you’re looking for.
If you’re thinking “But what happens if I lose my phone?” don’t worry: Tile works backward, allowing you to use your purse (or your umbrella or glasses) to find your phone. Just press one of your Tiles and your phone will beep.
With more than 5 million devices sold, Tile is the world’s largest lost and found network.
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Full Product Description
Tile Mate is perfect for hooking onto your keys, luggage, bags, or anything else you want to easily attach it to. Or use the Tile Mate adhesives (sold separately) to stick your Tile Mate device to any flat surface, allowing you to find what matters most with ease.
Tiles are meant to make life easier and less stressful. With that in mind, Tile’s non-replaceable battery will last one year with zero charging required. After a year, you can replace your old Tiles with new ones for a special community-member price.
Find your phone. Can’t find your phone? Simply double press the button on your Tile Mate to make your phone ring -even on silent!
See where you had it last. The easy-to-use, free Tile app remembers the last time and place it saw your Tile, so if you left it somewhere, you’ll always know where to look.