5 for $5 has such a nice ring to it...
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Man, those new Apple AirTags are pretty neat, right?
In true Apple fashion, they’re sleek and sexy and very lovely to look at. For $29 a piece, they really ought to be. Of course, this is Apple we’re talking about here, so obviously your $29 AirTag won’t be good for much unless you pick up a little loop to put around it, which costs another $29. (All of this assuming, obviously, that you’re too cheap to get both items together in the Hermès package for just under $450. We’re assuming nobody actually does that. PLEASE CONFIRM THAT NOBODY ACTUALLY DOES THAT.)
Anyway, the point is that AirTags are rad, but the cost adds up quickly. You can get a four-pack for like $100 and then go from there, but honestly…doesn’t 5 for $5 just around a whole lot more appealing at this point?
TrackR Pixels have been around for a long time. They’re great. They do what they’re supposed to do and they look, well…adequate, doing it. They aren’t Apple pretty, but they had to shave off a few bucks somewhere.
On that note, each one comes with a little string that you use to attach it to an item, somehow not even sold separately. Also not sold separately is the included pack of extra batteries, meaning that for each TrackR, your first battery change is on us—all baked into that $1/each price tag.
How do we do it? That’s a trade secret. But we will point out that there are much cheaper places to have office space than Cupertino.
Oh and as long as you’re sitting there in super-handy gadget mode, we’ve also got a rare Pick-Your-2-Pack Bonus Deal: Your choice of a Philo Spool MFi Lightning Cable and/or Earphones for just $8.
Now go order some TrackRs and keep doing that until you run out of things to lose.