Have you ever lost your keys? It can be huge problem. I always seem to lose my keys when I’m in a hurry and I need them right away. My husband is the worst about losing the car keys too. I am usually calling locksmith plantation to come and provide a solution to lost keys. So when I was trying to come up with a gift for him for Father’s Day I found this great little product called Tile Mate that would be the perfect solution to this problem. It will make the perfect father’s day gift this year.
Tile mate is a small little device with a hole so you can attach it to your keys. Once attached to your keys you can sync it to your phone so you can activate it to make a sound and let you know where your keys are. Or if you have lost your phone you can push the button on the tile mate to make your phone ring (even if you have it on silent). So no more lost keys or phones. Actually you can attach tile mate any item so you can easily find it. Like the remote, suit case, or any important item. The app used on your phone has a map so you can even use it to locate your car if you have forgotten where you parked or even a stolen or lost bike. The possibilities are endless and will be the perfect gift for any dad on Father’s day.
The also have a Tile Slim that you can insert into your wallet or purse in case your lose it. If you have every lost your wallet or purse then you know how hectic that can feel. With Tile Slim you have no worries you can easily find it in no time.
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