Tile Mate Bluetooth Tracker launched in India for Rs 2,499

Tile Mate, the popular Bluetooth LE-driven tracker, has arrived in India. The tracker is small in size and can be monitored via its companion app. According to the company, Tile tracks up to 4 million objects on a day-to-day basis.

Tile Mate Bluetooth Tracker: specifications and features

The Tile Mate weighs just 7.5g, and comes with a keyring hole which can be used to attach it to objects like keys and wallets. The gadget runs on replaceable batteries and has a Bluetooth range of 150 feet. The batteries come with a guarantee period of one year as well. Users can select any one of the four preset ringtones to find their belongings, or use it in reverse to find their phone even if it is on silent. The item’s location can be seen on a map and a user can enlist help from the Tile Community if the object has been moved from its last known location.

TILE Mate Bluetooth Tracker launched

With Tile’s Premium service, consumers can avail additional benefits. These include Smart Alerts which notifies users if they have left home without specific items, Unlimited Sharing which allows multiple users to manage the same Tile device and Location History that makes the 30-day location history of Tile devices available for viewing.

The Tile Mate is quite easy to operate as users just need to download the app on their Android or iOS device and pair it with the tracker.

Tile Mate Bluetooth Tracker: price and availability

The tracker has been priced at Rs 2,499 for a pack of one. Consumers can buy a pack of four for a price of Rs 7,999. The Tile Mate will be available on the official website of BrandEyes, leading e-commerce portals and retail outlets across India.

Avica Bedi

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