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Keep Track of Your Wallet, Keys and More With This 4-Pack of AirTags for $89

Use Apple AirTags to fast-track finding misplaced items with a simple alarm sent right from your Find My app.

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If you're like me, you'd lose your head if it wasn't attached. There's no shame in it. Not everyone is perfectly organized all the time. But for those times when you need to know what things are where, it helps to have a friend in your pocket. Meet AirTag. With an easy one-tap setup, you can instantly connect your AirTag with your iPad or iPhone, to track the little stuff. The built-in speaker will make a sound, helping you find whatever treasure you've lost along the way. 

Whether you are looking for your keys, your remote, wallet or whatever got misplaced, just check your Find My app, or ask Siri for help. It's that easy. And right now you can get a four-pack of the Apple AirTag for just $89 at Amazon.

AirTags are IP67 water- and dust-resistant and the replaceable battery lasts over a year, which make AirTags a durable option for long-term use. Plus, all communication with the Find My network is anonymous and encrypted for privacy, and location data and history are never stored. 

One safety item you should be aware of is that AirTags have been linked to other concerns, including stalking, though Apple is addressing that by adding new anti-stalking notifications in the most recent release of iOS 15.4 -- iPhone users will be notified when an unknown AirTag may be on them. However, if your friends have AirTags, don't fret. Alerts won't come if the owner is close by. 

If you tend to misplace things, investing in this four-pack could help you stay organized, so take advantage of the savings while they last.

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