One of those little annoyances of modern living has to be when something you’re looking for goes missing.
Whether it’s a set of keys, an elusive phone or your wallet, the important stuff we keep in our pockets always seems to have that habit of ending up somewhere it shouldn’t, right when you need it most.
This is where the simple genius of the Tile Slim comes to the rescue.
The Tile Slim and it’s (slightly) larger brother Tile is a tiny Bluetooth tracker for keeping an eye on your wallet and pocket valuables, wherever they wind up.
With a slimline design (the thickness of two credit cards) made for fitting perfectly into a wallet or pocket, the Tile Slim is made to be placed wherever it’s needed, without being obtrusive and noticeable when it’s not.
Tile Slim is a discrete way of tracking your things and works by connecting to your phone through a companion app and letting you know where your wallet has wandered to at the tap of a screen.
We’ve all had that moment where you need to grab your wallet before rushing out the door but just can’t find it. With the Tile Slim, simply tap the screen on the app and the Tile will ring, revealing the hiding place of your missing valuables – “Under the cushions, of course!”.
If your wallet has been left further afield though, Tile Slim gets really smart.
Firstly, Tile will ‘remember’ where you were when it was last able to connect to the device from your phone.
If this doesn’t throw up any clues, the app will anonymously enlist the help of other Tile users who come near your Tile (and of course, wallet) and will let you know exactly where it is when this happens. If your wallet gets left under your seat on the bus for example, as soon as another Tile user gets on the bus, the app will let you know it’s found your possessions.
The Tile Slim is thin enough for multiple applications outside of pockets as well, simply attach to any valuables and you can be sure that your things will always be locatable without adding extra weight into the equation.
Learn more about Tile Slim here