Tile Mate Bluetooth Tracker launched in India with 150-Foot Range

After earning its name in the Western markets, Tile has finally launched the Tile Mate Bluetooth Tracker here in India. With more than 15 million trackers sold and 4 million unique items located every day globally, Tile users have built the largest, fastest and most powerful lost and found community in the world.

Tile Mate Bluetooth Tracker features

The Tile Mate weighs only 7.5 grams and measures at 34.7×34.7×6.2mm. It is a square-shaped tracker that comes with a small loop which makes it easy to hook onto keys, purses, gadgets and more. The replaceable battery comes with a guaranteed one-year lifespan, and the app offers four pre-set ringtones to ring things when you can’t find them. Additionally, users can also use it in reverse to find phones. Tile Mate users can also see the last place they had their item on a map. As for its range, Tile Mate features a long Bluetooth range of 150 feet along with loud volumes.

Amlan Bhattacharjya, CEO, Brand Eyes, Distributors of Tile in India, said, “Brand Eyes strives to offer the best of global technologies and consumer electronic products to the Indian consumers. According to reports, India tops the list of ‘most forgetful countries’ in the Asia Pacific. Tile, as a service and a product, will give you the power of smart location, making you to #NeverLose your belongings.”

Tile Mate Bluetooth Tracker price in India

The Tile Mate is priced in India at Rs. 2,499, while a pack of four will be available at a discounted rate of Rs. 7,999. The tracker will go on sale on Brandeyes.in and leading e-commerce portals and retail outlets as well.

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