Ping GPS Review
We are very excited about the Ping. The Tile was a huge step forward to recovering lost items, but it still had issues. The main problem was the lack of distance you could be away from the Tile. Once out of the 35-foot blue tooth range, the Tile can no longer track where your item was.
Ping GPS solves that problem by using a combination of Cellular, GPS, and Bluetooth. If your Ping is out of Bluetooth distance, Ping will switch to Cellular or GPS to find your device. That means you can track your wallet anywhere in the world.
We might be thinking too small when we mention our wallet. There are thousands of uses for an item like Ping GPS that we haven’t even considered. Hide the Ping in your car in case it is ever stolen. Attach it to your kid’s keychain and know they are safe at 1 am at night. Put it on your dog’s collar and be calmer when he escapes again. We plan on carrying it with us on our next marathon so friends and family can track us.
The Ping is a comparable size to the Tile, a little larger than a quarter. It is downright tiny for the abilities it has. It is completely waterproof and has a rechargeable battery. (One of the main complaints with the Tile is the nonreplaceable/ non-rechargeable batteries.) If the Ping GPS works like it says it does, we could see a massive shift in tracking technology.
The Ping GPS is not currently available to the general public. There is a waitlist for customers who need to know the day it is released. If you do join the waitlist, there is a chance to get 39% off. If you are interested in the Ping, head to their website to sign up now.