11/23/16

Have you ever been so busy, had so much on your mind that you put something down and end up misplacing it? We do this often. Usually small things like my purse, the keys or one of our phones. We lose time retracing steps and end up finding it in the oddest place as we rush out the door. 

Save time and patience with Tile, a reliable and easy way to track stuff that is important to you. Tile, is the world's largest lost and found network with a tiny device.



Attach Tile or new Tile Mate to any valuable (phone, keys, wallet, purse, school bag etc) and download the free Tile app. Register and connect your Tile to activate it. You can call out to your lost item with the app or if you happen to lose your phone more often than not, you can call out to your lost phone with the Tile Mate. You can also be notified in the app when your item has been found. Tile users within a certain radius around you can also notify you if they happen to find your missing item. 

Tile has some great features for such a little device. Loud sound with tiny speakers lets out a melody that can be heard under piles of laundry or even a couple of rooms away. You can program multiple tiles in the app and multiple phones with the tile, just in case. Tile is water resistant which means it may not work in a lake but a little rain won't hurt it. 

Tile is programmed to last one year without upkeep or battery replacement. After the year is up, you'll have to replace your Tile. Luckily Tile offers the reTile program where you can upgrade your Tile to the latest technology and get a discount on your new Tile. 

You can get Tile for $30 each or $90/ four pack online at Tile, Amazon.ca, and in stores at most major Canadian retailers. For a years worth of keeping track of things, these are worth it! 

Learn more about Tile and follow on social media Twitter, Facebook and check out their videos on YouTube

WIN IT

We want you to keep track of what's important! Enter to win a Tile Mate ($25 value)!

Open to Canadians 18+ (excluding Quebec). Mandatory entry must be done for extras to count. One entry per household. Ends November 30th, 2016. For more information about giveaways please see our disclosure page. 

Please note: We hosted a Tile Mate giveaway on our Facebook Page earlier this month. If you won the prize there, you cannot win this time around. If you entered on Facebook but didn't win, enter again here! You never know! :)

Good Luck!




Posted on behalf of Tile. Complimentary product received for review purposes. Opinions and comments are my own. Giveaway prize provided by representatives of Tile. 

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23 comments:

  1. I'd say m keys or my phone. Most likely keys.

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  2. my dang keys!! I swear I put them in the same place all the time, its' like someone moves them just to screw with me lol

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  3. I'd definitely use it for my keys. Victoria Ess

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  4. I would use it on my husbands keys. Every darn day he manages to misplace them!

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  5. My wallet, I am forever setting it down and forgetting it! (Judy Cowan)

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  6. Definitely my keys! I can't attach it to my head so, the keys are the next best thing.. I am forever losing them..

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  7. I'd use Tile Mate to keep track of my keys

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  8. I would put it on my son's iPod Touch because he loses it all the time!

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  9. I would use it to keep track of My iphone!

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  10. I ould use this for the garage door opener. I always set it down and then can't find it!

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  11. I would definitely use the Tile Mate to keep track of my keys - I am constantly misplacing them!!

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  12. That would be my phone, I seem to 'lose' it all the time which my kids can't understand :-)

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  13. My house keys is one the items I would tile Mate to keep track of.

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  14. I would use this Tile to keep track of my phone.

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  15. I would use it to keep track of my keys!

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