Keep important personal items safe with 20% off this mini tracker

We've all be in situations where something seemingly vanishes, resulting in lost time and escalating frustrations, but now, there's a perfect solution for those chaotic moments.

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Jan 15, 2021, 2:00 PM

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Keep important personal items safe with 20% off this mini tracker
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Life can become hectic and complicate our process when it comes to keeping track of important personal items. We've all been in situations where something seemingly vanishes, resulting in lost time and escalating frustrations, but now there's a perfect solution for those chaotic moments.
Mu Tag is the smallest personal tracker ever constructed, eliminating those worries of forgetfulness and the ensuing desperate searches that follow. Normally sold for $34, a limited-time deal reduced that cost to only $26.99.
Approximately one-quarter of the competitor's size, Mu Tag serves up the answer you've wanted, and one you won't even notice once you begin using it.
This tracker easily attaches to keychains, bags, laptops, and more with a 3M adhesive. Once you've applied it to the item, the next step is simple. Just download the Informu app and add the Mu Tags to your dashboard, then you're all set with an increased peace of mind.
Mu Tag will inform you about potential forgotten items before you even realize they're missing. If you leave something behind at a location or misplace it while on the move, the app will notify you via its built-in map, allowing you to regain possession without going on an aimless hunt.
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This setup also buys you some time to search for belongings since Mu Tag is water-resistant and has a built-in rechargeable battery that lasts for three weeks with only a 40-minute charge. Misplace something during a whirlwind weekend? This tracker-app combo will keep you calm and lead you right to it on Monday.
The app is accessible on iOS 10.0 or later, along with Android 4.4 or later. Your tag will arrive accompanied by its charger, a fob, a holder, and a user manual to clear up any questions you may still have about the process.
Focus on protecting belongings instead of scrambling to find them after they're already gone by purchasing the Mu Tag today, at 20% off for $26.99.


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