Trace Your Belongings With Samsung Galaxy SmartTag+, On Sale For $29.99

Amazon is currently letting Prime subscribers purchase the Samsung Galaxy SmartTag+ for $29.99. This 25% reduction from the regular $40 price sets a new low price for 2022 and matches the Black Friday deal we tracked the previous year. Thanks to the integrated UWB chip, Samsung’s Galaxy SmartTag+ offers item tracking capabilities with precision finding akin to the AirTag and AR features. Bluetooth is also available for longer-range tracking with less accuracy to help locate misplaced items like bags or keys.

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Bluetooth-powered SmartTag+ mounts easily to your keychain, bag, wallet, glasses case, or other personal accessories; If you think your lost item is nearby, tap the ring button on your cell phone and follow the familiar sound to the volume you set.

This walks you step-by-step to the lost item, and gives you a unique visual way to locate it with a SmartTag+ attached; It even lets you know you’re close with a glimmering green sensor light when you’re at the destination; It shows you the way on your mobile phone screen through the SmartThings app.

Your tagged item is out of range. No problem. Even when offline, the Galaxy Find Network can use scanned data to find it privately; You can also switch to other devices you own, like your tablet or smartwatch, to locate your items.

SmartTag+ can control various IoT devices in your smart home with just a click of a button, so you can turn on the lights in your home before you even step inside.

Galaxy SmartTag+ has a Bluetooth range of up to 120m without obstacles. Actual performance may vary depending on the environment where they are used

Samsung account log-in and registration on SmartThings Find are required. SmartTag+ needs to be paired with ultra-wideband(UWB)-enabled Galaxy smartphones with Android 11 or higher to fully function.

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