Never lose your stuff again with these waterproof Bluetooth trackers

Tile's new Pro Series Bluetooth trackers will locate your valuables in style

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Tile has just announced the latest versions of its popular Bluetooth trackers. Dubbed the "Pro Series," the new Tile Sport and Tile Style—available for $35 each, or $60 as a bundle—supposedly boast twice the range and volume of the original Tile Mate trackers that were big hits last year.

The Tile Style is a white-and-champagne version of the company's classic Bluetooth tracker, while the Sport is dark slate and graphite. While the Sport is just a bit heavier than the Style, they boast essentially the same features.

Both Pro Series Tile products are waterproof and fairly resilient/crushproof, making them ideal tags for products like cameras, purses, wallets, smartphones, or keys.

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Once set up, users can locate whatever their Tile is attached to via a robust app. Lost your keys? With the app you can have the Tile play a bright, audible ringtone-type melody—as long as you're within Bluetooth range. And if you misplace your phone? You can double-press a button on the Tile tracker itself to force the phone to ring, regardless of what volume it's set to.

The Tile Sport and Tile Style are available for $35 each, or $60 as a bundle. Tweet It

With the Pro Series, Tile claims to have redesigned the product's proximity meter, allowing it to work in a sort of "marco-polo" method within the app. This gives you a hint as to how far away your item is, rather than just knowing if it is within range or not.

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The Pro Series Style and Sport Bluetooth trackers are available today from Tile's website and from select retailers. We've received both trackers for review, so stay tuned for a more hands-on look at these new products in the near future.

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