Tile Introduces Waterproof Tile Sticker Tracker

Tile recently announced a new Bluetooth tracker, the Tile Sticker. With an adhesive on the back, this tracker is ideal for placing on flat surfaces like a phone or laptop. It’s also waterproof, with a three-year battery life and a range of 140 feet. Tile also announced a smaller Tile Slim with an extended range of 200 feet, plus a new Tile Mate and Tile Pro with extended ranges of 200 and 400 feet, respectively. CJ Prober, CEO of Tile, said in a recent press release,

Whether it’s their backpacks, their cameras, or their keys, the Tile community comes together to locate lost items. With more customers using our expanded hardware lineup, more partners adopting our technology, and more access points coming to market everyday, we continue to deliver the most versatile and powerful finding platform.”

Tile Sticker on Table
Tile Sticker on Table

The Tile Sticker is available for $39.99 for a two-pack or $59.99 for a four-pack, while the Slim, Mate and Pro cost $29.99, $24.99, and $34.99, respectively. These products are available on the Tile website as well as Amazon, along with stores like Home Deport, Lowe’s, Target and Best Buy.

Tile Partners with Samsonite, Bose, And More

Last year, Tile announced partnerships that would embed their Bluetooth trackers in products like:

  • Bose SoundSport Wireless and QuietControl headphones
  • Samsonite luggage
  • Propeller Health connected inhalers.

The company also works with Comcast, Herschel Supply, Starling by VersaMe, Boosted Boards and Bianca.

With the Tile app, users will be able to track lost items within the Bluetooth tracker’s range. If the item is outside of the range, anyone with a Tile app can pickup on it, but only the user will be alerted if it’s found. As Tile owns 80% of the United States marketshare for Bluetooth trackers, their community network is the largest, making it more likely that users will be able to find stolen or missing items.

Aliza Vigderman

Aliza Vigderman

Aliza is a journalist living in Brooklyn, New York. Throughout her career, her work has spanned many intersections within the tech industry. At SquareFoot, a New York-based real estate technology company, she wrote about the ways in which technology has changed the real estate industry, as well as the challenges that business owners face when they want to invest in property. At Degreed.com, an education technology website, Aliza created digital content for lifelong learners, exploring the ways in which technology has democratized education. Additionally, she has written articles for The Huffington Post as well as her own content on Medium, the online publishing platform. Aliza’s love of journalism and research stems from the excellent Journalism program at Brandeis University. At Brandeis, Aliza interned as a research assistant at the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism, a non-profit “news room without walls”. There, Aliza was paired with an investigative journalist and used academic databases to obtain data on everything from the suicide rates in Bhutan to local Boston court cases. Her last position was as an account executive at Yelp, educating business owners on the power of technology to increase revenue. Throughout, however, her heart remained with tech journalism, and she’s thrilled to be writing for Security Baron. When she’s not keeping afloat of the latest tech trends, Aliza likes to cook, read, and write. A former high school “Class Clown,” Aliza has completed two feature-length screenplays, a pilot, and countless comedic sketches. On her days off you can find her relaxing in Prospect Park, trying the latest flavors at Ample Hills Ice Cream, and spending time with friends and family.

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