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Tile Bluetooth Keyfinder 2nd Gen £9.97 @ Currys (Click and collect only)
Tile Bluetooth Keyfinder 2nd Gen £9.97 @ Currys (Click and collect only)

Tile Bluetooth Keyfinder 2nd Gen £9.97 @ Currys (Click and collect only)

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Tile Bluetooth device finder down to £9.97 at Currys for click and collect - usually £20 each so a hefty saving!

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Seems to be a few in stock around me too, have some heat.

Got one (for free) works both ways, as it can find your phone too.

Out of stock anywhere near Leeds

No stock within 47 miles of Wrexham. Bury (Angouleme Retail Park) have stock though, if that helps anyone.

Have some heat! wanted these for a while!

melted

You can get something similar from ebay for just over £1, although maybe … You can get something similar from ebay for just over £1, although maybe these are more reliable.



ebay one seems to be Apple only

Compatible Devices: iPhone 5S/5C/5/4S/3rd gen, iPad Air, iPod touch(5th gen)
App language: English, Chinese, French, Spanish

Geemac

ebay one seems to be Apple onlyCompatible Devices: iPhone 5S/5C/5/4S/3rd … ebay one seems to be Apple onlyCompatible Devices: iPhone 5S/5C/5/4S/3rd gen, iPad Air, iPod touch(5th gen)App language: English, Chinese, French, Spanish




Andriod system with bluetooth 4.0 Smartphone (Andriod 4.3 version and up-grade version)

I bought one for about 99p from another supplier, but didn't find it useful.

There's also an alternative third party app called itracing2 on google play you can use with them, but it doesn't support using it as a camera remote, which I believe the official app does.

Edited by: "melted" 17th Mar

I bought the iTag ones from Gearbest for around 60 pence each. Nightmare to use as they are not happy with most of the Apps which are all poorly rated. Turning on and off Bluetooth seems to get the alarm to sound. This one should be a whole lot better but whatever you buy make sure you can replace the battery. Believe it or not some are single use battery only.

johnnyd57uk

I bought the iTag ones from Gearbest for around 60 pence each. Nightmare … I bought the iTag ones from Gearbest for around 60 pence each. Nightmare to use as they are not happy with most of the Apps which are all poorly rated. Turning on and off Bluetooth seems to get the alarm to sound. This one should be a whole lot better but whatever you buy make sure you can replace the battery. Believe it or not some are single use battery only.


Including this one: "The Gen 2 features non-rechargeable batteries which will last a year, after which you can replace your old Tiles with new ones for a special community member price."

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Including this one: "The Gen 2 features non-rechargeable batteries which … Including this one: "The Gen 2 features non-rechargeable batteries which will last a year, after which you can replace your old Tiles with new ones for a special community member price."




In that case even for those not put off by a non-replaceable battery, it is probably best to avoid it if it has been sitting around in the shop for a few years as the battery's capacity will have likely deteriorated a bit.

I've seen a little real GPS tag that takes a sim card being sold on banggood, dx etc that's about 1.5 inch square x 0.5 inch thick for about £35, although you'd only get a few days of use at best between recharges.

Edited by: "melted" 18th Mar

I ordered one from Curry's Wigan. Got a call next day to"save me a wasted trip-none in stock"
Three days later still showing stock in Wigan!
Something very wrong with their stock control system.
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