Bluetooth trackers are handy little devices that can help you find things you’ve lost. If you’re deep in the Apple ecosystem (or at least have an iPhone), AirTags are probably the best choice. If you’ve been meaning to pick some up, there’s some good news for you as a pack of four AirTags is on sale. The package has down $20 to $79. That’s close to the lowest price we’ve seen for them, so it’s a solid deal.

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You can pick up a pack of four AirTags for a near record low price.

$78 at Amazon

It’s easy to set up AirTag with your iPhone or iPad as it’s a one-touch process. Once you’ve done this and attached an AirTag to an item, you’ll be able to track it with your family and friends in the Mind My app. AirTags do not store location or history data, and their communications with the Find My network are encrypted and anonymous, Apple says.

You can play a sound on the AirTag’s built-in speaker to help you find a lost item (useful, say, a remote that fell off the side of the couch), and you can ask Siri for help finding your stuff. If you have a recent iPhone (11 or newer), you’ll be able to use a second-generation Ultra Wideband chip that provides pinpoint accuracy — giving you precise directions to your AirTag once you’re in range.

If you’ve lost an item far from home, you can put its accompanying AirTag into Lost Mode. This means you will be notified when it appears on the Find My network. In other words, when it’s intercepted by one of the hundreds of millions of Apple devices in the Find My network. The AirTag is a sturdy little thing (it’s IP67 water and dustproof, and the replaceable battery lasts over a year), which should give you some time to find your missing item.

To make sure it is securely attached to your item, you may want to pick up some AirTag accessories. They allow you to attach the AirTag to various fabrics, keys or anything with a strap. There are also cases with adhesive mounts, which means you can stick the AirTag to almost anything.

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