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Last Edited by apokalypsis December 18, 2017 at 11:27 PM
These things require ANNUAL REPLACEMENT. Buyer Beware!

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Target had em for $50 + $10 GC around Black Friday.

They still got the sale price minus the gift card of course Smilie for the combo 4 pack

Check out this item at Target https://www.target.com/p/tile-mat...A-51830500
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Target is 59.99$ today for the 2-2
The 4 regular size tiles at 50$ is currently the best deal as of today I could find.
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I don't find a use for the regular size. Wish there was a better deal on the slim.
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FYI, you have to replace it every year by sending the old one back. Pricing as follows:

Tile Mate for $15 per Tile
Tile Slim for $21 per Tile
Tile Sport or Tile Style for $25 per Tile
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FYI, you have to replace it every year by sending the old one back. Pricing as follows:

Tile Mate for $15 per Tile
Tile Slim for $21 per Tile
Tile Sport or Tile Style for $25 per Tile
do you? Mine shows "ready for retile", but at the same time it shows battery is ok. It continues to work fine too
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There is a tracker called the nut find that has replaceable batteries. I bought them on ebags and got back $20 by using chase rewards. Might not be as slim as the tile but never having to scramble for my wallet or keys especially before an important event is a life saver. The app was a bit buggy at first but I can find my keys within 30 seconds now. I'm sorry but for the tile to start at $20 for just one @ a 1 year rental makes no sense. (batteries last about 1 year and you need to rebuy new tiles which they give you at a slight discount)
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When I first looked on the website it seemed it was for Apple only. I did however find it in the Play Store, but it says it requires Android 6.0.1 or higher. 6.0.0 has a known Bluetooth issue with Tiles.
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FYI: It looks like this is for Apple customers only... nothing on their pages about working with Android.

My husband uses it with his Samsung galaxy
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My husband uses it with his Samsung galaxy
Sorry, I tried to Ninja edit it... the funny thing is there are 0 pics of anything other than iPhones on their website, and even the app page I could only see a link to the App Store. Thank you for confirming it works with Android devices.
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what are some real world uses for these?

I see the key chain and whatever, but just wondering what people use them for around here? Do you lose keys enough for this to be needed? Other uses less conventional?
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I bought something similar, xyFindit, 2 years back when it was a Kickstarter. Good for finding your devices in your house, but don't expect to ever find things lost outside. I lost 2 things and they never got located in NYC even, whered you expect the highest rates most likely
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Sorry, I tried to Ninja edit it... the funny thing is there are 0 pics of anything other than iPhones on their website, and even the app page I could only see a link to the App Store. Thank you for confirming it works with Android devices.
found this on the bottom of the product page:

Compatibility

iOS: iPhone (Released 2011 or later), iPad (Released 2012 or later), iPad Mini iPod Touch, Apple Watch

Android: Samsung Galaxy (S5 or later), Samsung Note (4 or later), Nexus (4 or later), OnePlus (one or later), HTC one (M8 or later), Motorola Moto X, and most Android devices equipped with Android 4.4 (Kitkat) or later and Bluetooth 4.0 or later.
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what are some real world uses for these?

I see the key chain and whatever, but just wondering what people use them for around here? Do you lose keys enough for this to be needed? Other uses less conventional?
I bought a load of the comparable device last year, Trackr, it is absolutely entirely useless. Since it relies on bluetooth, to find the thing, you have to have a clear line of sight and be within about 20 feet to pick it up at all. Within 3 months of getting everyone in my family Trackr devices, my son lost his wallet within 100 feet of the entry to a casino hotel in Atlantic City, 3 blocks from where I work - never got any signal from it, never any alert from the universe of users who supposedly could alert you if their device picked up yours when lost. Turned out the batteries can go dead randomly despite being advertised as lasting 1 year minimum. Batteries in all the devices went dead in under 6 months, second set of replacement batteries lasted at most 4 months, and nothing lost was ever found using the devices. Until somebody comes out with something that uses RF or GPS, these are a waste of time and money. The only difference I can see between Trackr and Tile is Trackr is built so you can replace the batteries yourself, Tile is sealed.
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