Tracking your small items and finding things that you would have otherwise has never been easier thanks to Bluetooth-based technology like these Kimfly trackers. Right now, via the global beast that is Amazon, you can pick up a very handy 2-pack of trackers for just $11 per item.

This type of product and technology first jumped into the spotlight when a number of companies used Kickstart to crowdfund the initial capital injection to get the product up and running. Nowadays, companies like Tile are pretty much the frontrunners when it comes to Bluetooth-based small-item trackers but the word on the block is that Apple is going to try and disrupt that market. This is your chance to get in first at a ridiculously low price.

This type of tracker is perfect to be attached to cats, dogs, bags, smartphones, wallets, or pretty much anything else that you can think of that you may be at risk of misplacing or losing. The system will then immediately give you an alert when the tracker attached to the item goes out of range. If you try to get in your car and drive away from the house, but you forgot to take the dog for its vet appointment, you’ll sharp get a notification. Poor doggo!

The trackers work with a 30-meter distance and will show the last know location on a map for you to quickly look at. These particular trackers aren’t as fully-featured something like Tile, and certainly won’t be as good as what Apple has in the pipeline but for just $11 per unit it is very difficult to find better than what you are going to get here.

Losing too many small items and you need to keep track of them? Want to be able to easily and discreetly attach a tracker to something that you think could go missing or get misplaced? Then this deal is definitely for you. Apple may not have announced its Tags just yet but it’s likely that they will cost a lot more than just $11 per Bluetooth tracker so grab this deal right now on the direct link below.

Buy: Kimfly Key Finder Smart Tracker, 2-Pack from Amazon: $21.99 | Original price: $40

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