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Two Tile Pro 2020 £39.99 using code + free Click and Collect @ Very
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Posted 23rd Oct 2019

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They're normally £29.99 each or two for £49.99.
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Raseo723/10/2019 14:43

Pretty expensive for what it actually does. Just imo that we should try …Pretty expensive for what it actually does. Just imo that we should try not to be reliant on gadget like these. It's a good idea for elderly and those with conditions that will make it difficult to locate things. But for everyone else we shouldn't have to rely on these things as we have never needed these before.


True - back in the medieval days, we peasants had to serve our lords. But, we were fine and coped then, so maybe we should lose all our non-necessary modern day comforts like fridges and cars. Let’s save those for the people who need them
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Edited by: "marlo_1" 23rd Oct 2019
Pretty expensive for what it actually does. Just imo that we should try not to be reliant on gadget like these. It's a good idea for elderly and those with conditions that will make it difficult to locate things. But for everyone else we shouldn't have to rely on these things as we have never needed these before.
Raseo723/10/2019 14:43

Pretty expensive for what it actually does. Just imo that we should try …Pretty expensive for what it actually does. Just imo that we should try not to be reliant on gadget like these. It's a good idea for elderly and those with conditions that will make it difficult to locate things. But for everyone else we shouldn't have to rely on these things as we have never needed these before.


True - back in the medieval days, we peasants had to serve our lords. But, we were fine and coped then, so maybe we should lose all our non-necessary modern day comforts like fridges and cars. Let’s save those for the people who need them
ChrisGUK23/10/2019 14:54

True - back in the medieval days, we peasants had to serve our lords. But, …True - back in the medieval days, we peasants had to serve our lords. But, we were fine and coped then, so maybe we should lose all our non-necessary modern day comforts like fridges and cars. Let’s save those for the people who need them


Did you even understand my reasoning? Exaggerating your point a bit too much don't you think? I did not say we shouldn't utilise certain advanced technological gadgets, but there are some things which aren't and should not be something we should rely on.
Raseo723/10/2019 14:43

Pretty expensive for what it actually does. Just imo that we should try …Pretty expensive for what it actually does. Just imo that we should try not to be reliant on gadget like these. It's a good idea for elderly and those with conditions that will make it difficult to locate things. But for everyone else we shouldn't have to rely on these things as we have never needed these before.


People lost there keys (and other items) long before gadgets like this existed, i'm not sure I follow your reasoning here.
The 2019 Pro 4-pack was £44.99 the other day when they had that offer after the potential panic that Apple was releasing some kind of tracker. I think £40 for 2 even if the 2020-model (no real difference) is a bit steep though the product is very good.

Raseo723/10/2019 14:43

Pretty expensive for what it actually does. Just imo that we should try …Pretty expensive for what it actually does. Just imo that we should try not to be reliant on gadget like these. It's a good idea for elderly and those with conditions that will make it difficult to locate things. But for everyone else we shouldn't have to rely on these things as we have never needed these before.


People have and carry a lot more expensive things around these days, I don’t think: ‘we didn’t need these X years ago’ counts as an excuse. We didn’t need computers 50 years ago either and we made do without air travel in the past.
Gormond23/10/2019 16:12

People lost there keys (and other items) long before gadgets like this …People lost there keys (and other items) long before gadgets like this existed, i'm not sure I follow your reasoning here.


Just out of curiosity how often do you lose your keys or other items? Of those things you have lost, how many times have you not found those things?

My understanding is that this only works for items in close proximity (eg in the same house or environment). If you have forgotten where you placed something then you should be able to locate it given that it will be within the area.

My reason behind why we shouldn't have to rely on something as pricey as this is because unless you are elderly or actually have an organic condition which causes you to lose things easily then you shouldn't rely on one.

We did not evolve to become more careless (but somehow I am starting to think otherwise)
plewis0023/10/2019 16:12

The 2019 Pro 4-pack was £44.99 the other day when they had that offer …The 2019 Pro 4-pack was £44.99 the other day when they had that offer after the potential panic that Apple was releasing some kind of tracker. I think £40 for 2 even if the 2020-model (no real difference) is a bit steep though the product is very good.People have and carry a lot more expensive things around these days, I don’t think: ‘we didn’t need these X years ago’ counts as an excuse. We didn’t need computers 50 years ago either and we made do without air travel in the past.


People carry more expensive things these days but can become careless and leave it anywhere? See my comment above for the reason why I said what I said. In the end it's an *opinion* on something I feel is overpriced for what it does.
Raseo723/10/2019 16:23

People carry more expensive things these days but can become careless and …People carry more expensive things these days but can become careless and leave it anywhere? See my comment above for the reason why I said what I said. In the end it's an *opinion* on something I feel is overpriced for what it does.


People still lost things in the past, this reduces the chance of that happening and is money well spent for a good quality product with a decent network (a big reason for choosing Tile over something else). There is no direct correlation between using Tiles and being careless
plewis0023/10/2019 16:25

People still lost things in the past, this reduces the chance of that …People still lost things in the past, this reduces the chance of that happening and is money well spent for a good quality product with a decent network (a big reason for choosing Tile over something else). There is no direct correlation between using Tiles and being careless


Did not mention that there is a correlation between using tiles and being careless anywhere...
Raseo723/10/2019 16:29

Did not mention that there is a correlation between using tiles and being …Did not mention that there is a correlation between using tiles and being careless anywhere...


There's a strong inference in this: 'for everyone else we shouldn't have to rely on these things as we have never needed these before'.

As to your other point, you can make the Tile play a loud noise and you can get assistance from other Tile users if your item has been dropped somewhere. If my keys fell down the back of one of the sofas but I just knew the keys were somewhere in the vacinity of the house, garage or garden - would you not agree that finding them in less than a minute vs. potentially half an hour of turning everything upside down is money well spent? At the very least, it's a time-saver, and hasn't made me any more careless - I've run mine maybe 5 times in the course of a year? The other benefit is being able to double-click the Tile and force ring your phone.

It's just something you don't know you need til you have it.
plewis0023/10/2019 16:36

There's a strong inference in this: 'for everyone else we shouldn't have …There's a strong inference in this: 'for everyone else we shouldn't have to rely on these things as we have never needed these before'. As to your other point, you can make the Tile play a loud noise and you can get assistance from other Tile users if your item has been dropped somewhere. If my keys fell down the back of one of the sofas but I just knew the keys were somewhere in the vacinity of the house, garage or garden - would you not agree that finding them in less than a minute vs. potentially half an hour of turning everything upside down is money well spent? At the very least, it's a time-saver, and hasn't made me any more careless - I've run mine maybe 5 times in the course of a year? The other benefit is being able to double-click the Tile and force ring your phone.It's just something you don't know you need til you have it.


It's obvious this item has to be useful in order to even make way in to the market. But just not worth the price that they have it for that's all. As you have said that you have used it five times in a year and saves you time looking for it (about 30mins time spent searching). This item when on sale is about £40. From what you have said, you are okay spending about £8 per times that you have used it and saved about 30mins.

For me that is too much. I would value this item at around £20max.

Once again I must reiterate that this is my opinion. So if you are happy spending money on something you feel is worth it then by all means go spend
Raseo723/10/2019 16:50

It's obvious this item has to be useful in order to even make way in to …It's obvious this item has to be useful in order to even make way in to the market. But just not worth the price that they have it for that's all. As you have said that you have used it five times in a year and saves you time looking for it (about 30mins time spent searching). This item when on sale is about £40. From what you have said, you are okay spending about £8 per times that you have used it and saved about 30mins. For me that is too much. I would value this item at around £20max. Once again I must reiterate that this is my opinion. So if you are happy spending money on something you feel is worth it then by all means go spend


I paid £11 per Tile for a 4-pack. And I value my time highly, so it's definitely paid for itself and the peace-of-mind too. The reverse is also true: times I've left my wallet at the office and spent hours looking for it at home, with the Tile, I just see 'last known location: work' and get on with my evening.

The item here is £20 (so it's under your max) - this is £40 for a 2-pack.
Raseo723/10/2019 16:09

Did you even understand my reasoning? Exaggerating your point a bit too … Did you even understand my reasoning? Exaggerating your point a bit too much don't you think? I did not say we shouldn't utilise certain advanced technological gadgets, but there are some things which aren't and should not be something we should rely on.


Yes, the emphasis was intentional! These are for convenience, and if people are happy to buy them, then that’s their choice. I think people are biting back because your personal objection is a bit quirky. I’m only here for a bit of sarcasm, don’t take me too serious.
Well I actually brought these to attach to my cats collars as a community driven "where's my indoor cats gone".
Yes they only have a 10m range and that they're normally £30 each, but if I get a handful of friends together with the tile app installed it'll help me find my cats of they were to get lost outside.

Rather than spending £30 to attach it to your keys. Or in their latest adverts stick one on your TV remote. 🤦
ChrisGUK23/10/2019 14:54

True - back in the medieval days, we peasants had to serve our lords. But, …True - back in the medieval days, we peasants had to serve our lords. But, we were fine and coped then, so maybe we should lose all our non-necessary modern day comforts like fridges and cars. Let’s save those for the people who need them


This is the dumbest comment ever... buying this shows youre dumb too. Its crap.
dregnet24/10/2019 06:58

Well I actually brought these to attach to my cats collars as a community …Well I actually brought these to attach to my cats collars as a community driven "where's my indoor cats gone".Yes they only have a 10m range and that they're normally £30 each, but if I get a handful of friends together with the tile app installed it'll help me find my cats of they were to get lost outside.Rather than spending £30 to attach it to your keys. Or in their latest adverts stick one on your TV remote. 🤦


Also its bought not brought... did you buy them or bring them? But going off your post i can see you didnt get an education
Weehamish24/10/2019 07:10

Also its bought not brought... did you buy them or bring them? But going …Also its bought not brought... did you buy them or bring them? But going off your post i can see you didnt get an education


whom kares ?
Weehamish24/10/2019 07:09

This is the dumbest comment ever... buying this shows youre dumb too. Its …This is the dumbest comment ever... buying this shows youre dumb too. Its crap.


I agree that they are crap, and I wouldn’t buy them. I think you’re a thicko for assuming I would buy them
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