Where, When And What We Lose The Most
Ever notice how you can never find your keys in the morning? Or your phone after dinner? Do you always find yourself searching for your TV remote over the weekend?
It has been proven that stress fatigue and multitasking exacerbate our propensity to misplace or lose items. And if you think about it, it's actually quite logical. When you are finishing your last task at work, and you know that you only have 5 minutes left to catch a ride home, you answer your last call, grab all your stuff and run. Then you get home and you figure out that your house keys are missing. Not that surprising, that you totally forgot that you put them in your office drawer because you didn't want to accidently drop them when you went on a lunch break. According to statistical research, the peak time for losing things is on Saturdays at 6 PM. It seems like the transition from daytime activities to evening activities seems to create a perfect environment for loss. December seems to be the most dangerous month for losing things, next to July. Statistical data predicts that the highest chance of you losing something is at 6PM on Saturdays in December. So, beware of the upcoming Saturdays!
In the U.S., New York, Chicago and Atlanta from the Bermuda Triangle of the U.S. with more items lost here, per capita, than other parts of the country. Aberdeen, Birmingham, and London form the Bermuda Triangle of the UK with more items lost here, per capita, than other parts of the country.What’s also interesting is that almost 20% of items are lost on a public transport.
If you miss an item, the best thing you could do in the past is trying to remember when you last had it then think about what you did after that. In the age of Bluetooth Trackers, this is much easier, because the app on your phone will do the hard work for you. So, if you’re missing your keys, just open the app and see where you last had them. If you’ll see your office address, you can relax because you’ll know that they are safe. If you still won’t find them when returning to the office, you will be able to locate them by sound and save a lot of precious time and nerves you’d otherwise spend turning your office upside down. And if it’s the phone you can’t find – you can use the tracker to ring your phone even if it’s on silent. In case your phone is not near, you can just use the online tracker’s app and see the exact location of your phone. Bluetooth Trackers are very recent inventions that will improve the quality of your everyday life. They are much cheaper than GPS trackers and the only downside is that they have a limited range of 200 feet (60 m). But that’s totally enough to keep track of your items like keys, wallet, and phone which are usually just misplaced somewhere near.
If you're considering a Bluetooth Tracker, there are a few things to look for.
Chipolo Bluetooth Tracker is actually one of the first two trackers that were available in the market. The Chipolo company introduced the Bluetooth Tracker back in 2013 and sold over 1 million Trackers per year. In October 2016, Chipolo launched a new, improved version od their tracker, it's called Chipolo Plus. It's the loudest Bluetooth Tracker on the market, it is water-resistant and available in 7 trendy colors. The battery lasts 1 year and after it runs out, they offer a 50% discount on your renewal. They are aware of the fact that replaceable battery is more important to some customers, so they decided to offer their Classic model, too. It has a replaceable battery but is not water resistant and it comes only in black and white color. You can get Chipolo Plus or Chipolo Classic for $24.99. If you buy bundles of them, you can get it from $16.59 per unit. Which is a pretty good deal, especially during the gifting season!