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Tile Slim - Phone Finder. Wallet Finder. Item Finder (4-Pack) - USD $76.48 (~NZD $113.51) Delivered @ Amazon


The single back is also on sale now for: USD $30.49 (~NZD $44.50) Delivered.

Never lose your wallet, purse or phone again with Tile Slim — the world’s thinnest bluetooth tracker. Tile Slim is the easiest, quickest and most reliable way to find your wallet, phone and more. As thin as two credit cards, you can slide, tuck or attach Tile Slim to anything! Attach it to your notebook, laptop, or Kindle. Slip it into a tight spot like your wallet or jacket pocket. Then, use our simple app to make it ring or see the last place you had it. If it’s your phone you’re looking for, simply press your Tile Slim to make your phone ring — even if it’s on silent.


  • As thin as two credit cards, Tile Slim easily slides into your wallet, purse or pocket. Tile Slim can also be attached to a laptop, tablet, notebook or lunchbox. (Adhesives sold separately)
  • Use your smartphone to make your Tile Slim ring when it's nearby but out of sight.
  • Can't find your phone? Simply double press the button on your Tile Slim to make your phone ring - even on silent!
  • The easy-to-use, free Tile app remembers the last time and place it saw your Tile, so if you left it somewhere, you'll always know where to look
  • If your Tile isn't where you left it, you can anonymously enlist the help of the Tile community in your search

Closest price in New Zealand is: $199.

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  • Always thought these were waaay to expensive to start with.

    • +2

      Please don't get any of the Chinese bluetooth trackers - the apps accompanying them are so atrocious that I binned one after a day.

      With these Tile trackers it's the quality of the app you're paying for, not the tracker. Sometimes there are deals with single Tiles on Trademe as it's cheaper for Kiwis to ship a 4-pack from Amazon, but most people don't need that many.

      • Fully agree. Lots of reports of apps and devices viewing websites for bitcoins back to the developer from your network/data plan etc.
        Just saying you are paying a lot for a piece of plastic and an app.

  • i could never understand the non-replacable battery on these. anyone tried the trackR?

    • +1


      Garbage. The noise it makes can barely be heard across the room, and that wasn't a big room.

      • /stillwaiting


    • It's their business model.

      The battery on the older Tiles can be replaced if you don't mind using a dremel tool, a soldering iron and a bit of cellotape.

      • Can this not be done on the newer models? It isn't particularly environmentally friendly IMO for the battery not to be replaceable. SO I will try to replace the battery in mine if it isn't too diffcult, although my battery is still going after 1.5 years. Mine is a second gen.

        • They use non standard batteries for the newer slim models, and there are reports that newer versions of the Tile app are disabling trackers that are considered 'active' for too long. (i.e. Far beyond the standard battery life for these trackers)

          For them it's all about money, they're forcing consumers to buy new trackers every year or so.

        • @Avantime: Pretty sure it did say somewhere in their help system that they would never disable a tracker. If they were doing that, that would be pretty terrible, as people paid for the device, and you should be able to change the battery if you want to open it up to do so. Imagine if Apple did that with an iphone, and disabled any device where a third party had changed the battery, and it had been used for too long..

          EDIT: This page on their help system says they won't disable a tracker, as they say they 'don't control the lifespan'


          Do you turn off my Tile? Does it stop working at exactly one year?

          We do not control the lifespan of your Tile. The battery is guaranteed to last a full year. You'll be surprised to know, however, many Tiles last longer than that. However, we cannot guarantee it, so it's covered by our worry-free warranty for those 12 months from activation!

        • @nzmax: Apple did do something like that though, if you fixed your phone with 3rd party parts some software thing tripped and did something, they no longer do (problems with people in poorer parts of the world fixing em and them not working), but Ill have a look for the article and edit my comment with it.

          Oh, look at that, second result of "third party repair apple": http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-35502030

          It was a big deal for like a week, I remember hearing it on the radio

    • Have not used trackR but have used Chipolo (http://www.harveynorman.co.nz/phone-and-gps/mobile-phone-acc…)

      They're ok. The 1st gen's batteries didn't last very long (~1mo) but the battery's just a button cell and so can be replaced anytime. Their claiming the latest gen will last up to 6mos.

    • Dont get a TrackR, after about month most of mine stopped working (only work after pressing the button on them)

      • Was it one of the old ones, or one of the new gen ones?

        • TrackR Bravos

  • I have one of the older ones I purchased for review, and found them limited. You have to be in bluetooth range for it to work. If connecting to another device over wifi, to show it on a map, they work best in a city with a high concentration, and other people who also have the app and their own tile. Also the battery does last for many months after the year has run out, as mine is still going. The app nags you to replace it, which is very annoying. They really need to bring out a user replaceable battery version. I mean many fitness bands use the same type of battery, which has to be replaced after a year, as do watches. You don't throw out the watch or fitness band after a year.

  • What is the cost to retile?

    • Do they offer retiling in NZ? I think you just have to buy a new one, as probably not economic to send back to the US.

      • website suggests they do offer it in NZ, but no mention of price.

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