How much time do you spend searching for lost or misplaced items? A recent study says the average person spends 90 minutes per month! Wistsitki, a Paris-based company known for creating tracking has unveiled its latest collection of jewels to help you locate lost items through your smart phone.
The Wistiki "Jewels" have a battery life of 3 years and a Bluetooth range of over 300 feet. The trackers come in three in 3 different designs:
the aha! which best resembles a dog collar
the voila! perfect for your keys and
hopla! which will help you keep track of your wallet
On the heels of a successful Indiegogo campaign (raising $178,000), Wistiki unveiled its new collection at CES 2016 featuring four colors to choose from.
This is the second tracking device we've covered that used crowdfunding to get their product on the market. A few months back we told you about the TrackR Atlas.
Each TrackR atlas device plugs into a standard wall outlet and connects to your wireless network.
The units, equipped with Bluetooth, are able to actively monitor tracking tags that move in and out of range, sending secure reports to the mobile app.
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