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The best tile trackers (besides AirTags) for everything

Person holding a tile tracker connected to their keys

The days, people track everything, from watching their pup’s every move using AirTag dog collars to sharing locations with their best friends. While in some instances it might feel like overkill, you’ll thank yourself later when you never find yourself panicking over a lost wallet or keys again.

Although Apple's AirTag is one of the more popular tile trackers on the market, there are other options that also offer great benefits for more affordable prices. Regardless of which one you go with, the need for product protection is the same. If you lose your tile tracker or it gets damaged in some way, you want to be covered. Shop with the Mulberry browser extension to view all the protection options available for your new tile tracker.

Best bluetooth trackers to keep track of your most important belongings

One of the most popular Bluetooth tracker brands is Tile—and they offer a range of products to help you keep track of your luggage and other belongings. Let's take a look at some of the best tile tracker offerings.

Tile Pro

The Tile Pro is one of the most advanced trackers from Tile. It has a range of up to 400 feet and is twice as loud as the Tile Mate, making it easier to find. Since it features a replaceable battery, you won't have to replace the whole device when the battery dies. You can get this tracking device in either black or white.

Cost: $34.99-$99.99. Single and bundle options available at Tile.

Tile Mate

If you want a more affordable option. the Tile Mate is smaller than the Tile Pro and comes at close to half the cost. With a range up to 200 feet, it's perfect for attaching to your keys or smaller items. Just keep in mind that this one has a non-replaceable battery, but it should last around a year before needing to be replaced. The Tile Mate is available in white and black.

Cost: $19.99-$109.99. Single and bundle options available at Tile.

Tile Slim

The Tile Slim looks like a business card and is designed to easily slip right into your wallet, passport, and other similar items. It has a range of up to 250 feet and a 3-year non-replaceable battery. You can even attach the Tile Slim to your luggage when you’re getting ready to travel so you’ll never have to wonder what might happen to your checked items.

Cost: $27.99-$109.99 Single and bundle options available at Tile.

Chipolo tracker

If you want an alternative to Tile-brand products, Chipolo trackers provide exceptional value for technology. You can purchase their tracking devices individually or in bundles, and they come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors. No matter what your tracking needs are, Chipolo has your back, whether you use iPhone or Android app stores.

Cost: $25-$105 at Chipolo.


Tracking devices are definitely a personal choice, so think about what you actually need them for and then decide on a budget before you buy. If you think you might want more than one, consider some of the bundle options available from different brands.

Whether you’re the type of person who is always misplacing your keys and wallet or you just like to have extra peace of mind when you travel, tile trackers are a great addition to any household. For a modest price, you have the additional assurance of always knowing where your most important items are. If you really want to feel secure, install the Mulberry browser extension for free product protection plans, and to ensure your tile tracker is covered no matter what.

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Kim Miller

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Kim Miller is the Head of Consumer Marketing at Mulberry. She is passionate about building products and brands that make consumers happy, save them money and make their lives easier. Have an innovative idea for Mulberry you'd like to share? Give her a shout! She'd love to chat about anything from fintech and UX to gardening and antiquing.

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