Our Tile family’s grown significantly since last we crossed paths, tracking far more than just our car keys now! With a new Tile Mate four-pack keeping track of our house keys, additional car key, and Sarah’s purse (well, the one that matters most, anyway), it makes getting out the front door a lot easier, than it’s been in all the years we’ve been together.
When I recently asked what Dads really want for Father’s Day, “time” was the #1 answer! It’s such a sparse commodity for far too many of us, and if a tool can help you get some of it back by taking the guesswork out of knowing where your stuff is, why wouldn’t you use it?
For those not in the loop, Tile’s a powerful way to track your prized possessions!
It does a few things:
- It’ll ring a chime if you’re looking for it, as long as you’re inside its 100-foot Bluetooth radius
- Even if you’re outside the radius, it’ll show the Tile’s last-known location in the Tile App so you can go back where you left it
- And if it’s lost or stolen, Tile’s community of over eight million Tiles sold will help find it—they talk to each other, giving their current locations no matter where they are!
So in addition to its convenient size, interesting features and the fact you can buy new ones at a discount when their batteries run out, if Tile’s not part of your life already, that’s something you should strongly consider correcting!
And hey—if games of chance are your thing, one lucky Canadian’s scoring themselves a Tile Mate four-pack to help them keep track of their stuff, too! This contest is a Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad production, so it takes little more than a click and a valid email address to enter! But easy as it is to enter, trust me—you stand a far better chance if you take in the additional entry options, including 25 extra entries if you complete them all! Many will enter but one will win—why not do everything you can to make sure that “one” is you? Good luck!
(Contest open to Canadians aged 18+. Contest ends 7/5 @ 11:59 PM ET.)
This Father’s Day, Help Dad Take Control of His Time with Tile!
I mean, the concept behind Tile is so simple it feels like there’s little more to say. See it. Ring it. Find it. We’re in an age where we try so hard to make everything feature-rich—what’s wrong with something having one job and doing it well?
Good luck to all who enter, and until the next, I remain,
Disclaimer: As mentioned, Tile gave me a Tile Mate four-pack for review. But all thoughts and opinions remain my own!