Tile Pro Series Trackers

Aug 9, 2017

Category: Tech

Tile, the popular tracking device has just released a major update to their popular smart location gadget. Introducing the Tile Pro Series.

More than just enabling you to literally call your keys or wallet when you misplace them, the Bluetooth tracker now comes with a bevy of upgraded capabilities and two new styles. The ‘Sport’ version of the Tile Pro features a graphite bumper for durability and a treaded design. For those looking for something a little less rugged, the ‘Style’ boasts a champagne gold outer ring and a light, subtle textured. While these both have a distinct look, they both have the same impressive set of capabilities. For instance, the new Tile Pro Series has a 200-foot Bluetooth range, IP68 waterproofing, and the ability to customize your own ringtone and set the volume on the updated app. Don’t want to ring your keys and disturb everyone? That same smartphone app also has an improved proximity meter that gives you an indication of how close you are to your Tile. You can pick these up now in either one or two packs.

Purchase: $35

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