Tile tracker four pack
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Losing stuff is never fun. That’s the exact reason Bluetooth trackers were invented, and right now, you can get four Tile Mate trackers for $55 on Amazon, which is $15 off the regular price. If you’re the kind of person who loses stuff all the time, you’ll want to pick these up.

Tile trackers are useful for keeping track of all sorts of stuff. The most obvious place to put them is your keys, but the sky’s the limit. Lose your purse a lot? Stick a Tile in it. Water bottle constantly finding itself everywhere except where you expect it to be? Attach a Tile to it. Lose your phone on a daily basis? Use Tile’s reverse tracking feature to make it ring.

One of the most significant issues with Tile trackers was the irreplaceable batteries, but the newer models promise one year of battery life and a CR1632 battery you can replace yourself.

With this deal, you’re getting each Tile tracker for $13.75, which is relatively cheap when you compare that to the price of replacing a car key or getting a new purse.

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The far more expensive Apple AirTags have revitalized the Bluetooth tracker market, but Tile has long sat atop the tracker throne. Rather than spending $99 for a four-pack of AirTags, your money is much better spent on these, and you can use the extra $45 to buy things to track with your new Bluetooth trackers.

You can't beat $55 for four trackers

Tile Mate (2020) 4-pack -Bluetooth Tracker, Keys Finder and Item Locator for Keys, Bags and More; Water Resistant with 1 Year Replaceable Battery

Tile trackers are a great value for anyone who loses their stuff regularly. The cost of a tracker is more than worth it if it prevents you from losing just one item.

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