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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. With over 5 million Tile devices sold, the Tile community is the world’s largest lost and found network. Supported Apple Devices using iOS 8.1 and up: iPhone (Released 2011 or later): 4s, 5, 5c, 5s, 6, 6 Plus, 6s and 6s Plus iPad (Released 2012 or later): 3rd Gen, 4th Gen, Air iPad Mini, iPod Touch Apple Watch. Supported Android Devices using 4.4 or higher (KitKat or Lollipop): OnePlus One, Samsung Galaxy S5*, S6*, Samsung Note 4*, Note 5*, HTC One*, HTC One M8*, LG Nexus 4*, 5*, 6*. *IMPORTANT* - Please be advised that Tile’s connectivity and app are affected by a known Bluetooth issue with devices using Android 6.0.0 (Marshmallow). Connectivity appears to be fixed in Android 6.0.1. Google has already begun to release 6.0.1, so please be sure to upgrade your OS as soon as it's available for your device. Thank you!
Most helpful customer reviews
404 of 430 people found the following review helpful.
I was a very early adopter of Tile, having ordered a handful of them on Kickstarter. I have since tried several other brands of thing finders (TrackR, Hiro), but keep coming back to Tile on account of the user interface in the app, the range, and the form factor. Tile really is the superior thing finder on the market right now.
Tile slim works just like regular tile, only it is, well, slim. Super slim. They are not joking when they say it is as thick as two credit cards. It looks like someone ran over a regular tile with a steamroller. It is way thinner, but also a bit bigger on both sides than the regular tile. It is exactly as long as the height of a credit card.
There is no hole for a keyring (this is a bit big for that), and there is a single button in the center (rather than a hidden button buried in the e).
Range seems to be about identical to old tile, and time will tell on battery life.
Set up is simple. Just open the app and press the plus sign in the app, press the center button on the tile, and it adds itself. That is it. Simple. Just like regular tile. It took maybe 5 seconds to set up.
The finder alarm is loud enough that you can actually find what you have linked to your tile, and is simple to activate. Just go into the app, tap find it on the device you are looking for, and walk around listening.
And like regular tile, this goes both ways. Press the button on the tile and your phone will start to ring.
So bottom line, if you like Tile, you will like Tile Slim. I have often wished that Tile would fit in my wallet, and Tile Slim has answered that wish. My only gripe is that it would be great if it was a little longer on one side, perhaps exactly the dimensions (at least length and width, thickness is already perfect) as a credit card. It feels a bit off balance in my wallet since it is not quite as long as a credit card. So tile, if you are listening, make a credit card sized tile that fits seamlessly in a wallet. OR, make a super cool credit card holder that this securely inserts into. I would pay for that to have it not offbalance my wallet.
A word of warning. Regular tile did not have a user serviceable battery. When the battery died, you had to send it in and get a replacement at a decent discount from retail price. This thinner version appears to have the same issue. Assuming battery life is similar to regular tile, you are looking at a yearly re-investment. The battery thing is why I moved away from Tile for a short period, but the reliability of Tile brought me back pretty quickly as the other products could not compete.
32 of 33 people found the following review helpful.
Relies more on luck than technology.
By Jay Friedman
Is NOT a foolproof way to keep something from getting lost. Sometimes the app goes days without updating and syncing with the tile. If you lose something and it's been days you then have to rely on other tile users to "happen to walk by" your lost item. I even turned on the battery-sucking option where it's always on and it still doesn't ping nearly enough.
23 of 25 people found the following review helpful.
Dead in 2 weeks
By Amazon Customer
Mine died in 2 weeks, and when I needed this product only a month after I bought it I was left disappointed. I am hopeful that this was just an outlier and that the product is good in general. Amazon sent me a replacement at no cost because of the issues, so I'm giving it 2 stars. Will update if the new one is better. This product should give warnings when it has low battery, that would alleviate that problem entirely