If you just pause for a second and think about all the things you are likely to lose track of during the day, on top of that list will be everyday valuables such as your keys, your wallet, your bag - and even your frisky pet. But help is at hand, in the form of the Panasonic Seekit. The Panasonic Seekit is a tracking tag that helps you keep a tab on all of your valuables, so you don't have to worry about misplacing or losing them. The Seekit comes in two variants; the Seekit Edge & the Seekit Loop, which are identical in function and just differ in battery life and design.

How Will The Seekit Keep Your Valuables Safe?

Firstly, the Seekit has a very discrete design and can be attached or placed anywhere. From tagging it to your dog’s collar to sticking it on the lid of your laptop or the strap of your bag, the Seekit can be tagged to anything that you want to keep a track of. To help you with the same, it comes with a complementary key ring as well. The Seekit relies on Bluetooth 5.0 to connect with your phone (and the Seekit app) and keep you updated about its location. The use of energy-efficient Bluetooth 5.0 gives the Seekit Edge a battery life of upto 18 months* and the Seekit Loop of upto 12 months*. The Seekit has an LED indicator and a buzzer which are activated as soon as the tracker disconnects from your smartphone. The LED indicator helps you find your valuables in a dark environment without any problem. The alert tone on your phone can be customized to your liking and can be particularly useful when you have multiple Seekit tracking tags. You can also find your phone by double tapping the Seekit button to make your phone ring. Once connected to your phone, you can decide the level of alert you want to get when your device goes out of range. While High Mode alerts you with a ringer, the Low Mode simply delivers notifications to your phone. But depending on where you are, you can further adjust the alert levels. For example, if you’re out shopping in a crowded mall, the Pickpocket Mode reduces the trigger distance of the Seekit. On the other hand, if you’re just at home you can configure the home Wi-Fi network in the Seekit app so that Seekit will switch to Low Mode automatically in this secure environment. Like this article? Also read: 4 Gaming Laptops on A Budget

Lost It? Seekit

If you ever manage to lose something - and then lose the Seekit signal - the separation indicator on the app will show you the Last Seen location. Seekit also features Crowd GPS, which means that the Seekit community can also help you find your lost valuable. If someone from the Seekit community happens to pass by your lost possession, its updated location will be communicated back to you. But a lot of times we just lose things within the walls of our home or our office. And even though we know it’s around, it’s hard to put our finger on it. But with Proximity Guidance, your phone can help you guide towards your lost item. And if the Seekit device is attached to a product that you might share - like a laptop or a tablet - you can still keep a track of the Seekit device after you share it via the Seekit app. Like this article? Also read: The Best Storage Devices Available Right Now

What more?

What if I told you that the Seekit tracker can not only keep your valuables safe, but you as well? Yes, the Seekit also has an SOS Feature alert which sends an alert to 3 of your contacts with your current GPS location. The feature can be used by tapping the Seekit button thrice. The Seekit tag also doubles up as a Selfie Button and lets you take pictures without any hassles. And did I tell you that the Seekit device is splashproof? Yes, you can also track your valuables in the rain! Read more about the specs here. Like this article? Also read: Essential Manscaping Tools That Will See You Through No-Shave November

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