With Lymbit you won’t lose anything ever again

Lymbit tracker

In our busy schedule, we always somehow manage to forget one thing or the other once in a while. Be it our wallet in the closet, bag in a subway or even pets that like to explore more than needed. There have been a lot of tracking devices that help you locate the exact position in case an object is misplaced. And now, another one comes to the foray and it looks good. Lymbit is a sensor enabled device that you can hook onto things that are the most susceptible to getting misplaced or lost. For example your wallet or keys that often get misplaced in home and can’t be found in the rush of moment.

The Bluetooth L.E 4.0 compatible chip-like device is compatible with iOS, Android, Google Glass and other Android-based devices. This helps in tracking objects right on your smartphone or tablet within the range of 164 feet (50m) without any interference.

Lymbit tracker

With Lymbit, you won’t lose anything again since it sends notifications once you are outside the pre-defined range. The device can also be used to sense any unwanted movement of doors or windows which can be due to a thief breaking into your house. Likewise the device can be used to track your pets in case they are lost in the neighborhood.

Lymbit tracker

Lymbit is up on Indiegogo for funding and will make it through to the funding goal which means that you’ll see it available for purchase in the coming year. If you pledge a minimum of $24 USD then you’ll get one Lymbit tracker in white, blue, black, gold or silver. However if your pledge more the number of Lymbits that you’ll get is going to increase.

Lymbit tracker

Lymbit tracker

Thanks Kilian Ten Funtanet

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