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Price, quality, performance, warranty, brand trust, after sales & service, reusability,
familiarity and easy to operate. If you’re familiar with past Tile Mates, you’ll
recognize this year’s model. It’s the same 1.4 x 1.4 x 0.24-inch design with an all-white
front save for a silver Tile logo in the middle. Double press the logo and you’ll trigger a
two-way find feature that will sound an alarm on your phone which is helpful if you’ve misplaced
your handset. Just as the design of the Tile Mate hasn’t
changed, neither has its functionality. You attach the square tracker to your keys. The
key finder connects to your phone over Bluetooth, and from a Tile companion app, you can make
the tracker buzz if your keys are ever out of sight, helping you pinpoint their location. This new version of the Tile Mate has a wider
promised range, up to 200 feet, or 50 feet more than last year’s model. Unfortunately,
I never got close to that 200-foot limit when I tested the new Tile Mate in a public park.
That’s not unusual key finders seldom deliver on their promised range, owing to the vagaries
of interference from physical structures and other signals. But the range I typically got
from the new Mate 80 to 90 feet in best-case scenarios is exactly what I got from last
year’s Mate. When I did lose a signal, at least the Mate was usually quick to re-establish
a connection with my phone after I had walked 15 feet or toward the tracker. Kindly See the Description for This Product
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