Ever been through the "I can't find my phone scare?"

In fact if it's not your phone that you lose you've definitely freaked out when you couldn't another important item. It's happened to everyone and it will continue to happen to you unless you take action.

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THERE'S A WAY TO PREVENT GOING THROUGH THAT FEELING EVER AGAIN

Imagine never losing an item ever again? It's possible if you get and Apple Airtag or Tile Tracker. If you lose your phone the tags or tiles alert you through your home computer.  They've been called the perfect gifts because Americans lose items all the time. According to a study by the team at https://www.shaneco.com/
The team at Shane Co. wanted to find which states have the most "scatterbrains and successful sleuths."

THE COMPANY FOUND WE LOSE A LOT OF THINGS IN THE STATE OF WA

They conducted a survey of over 2,000 Americans, asking a variety of questions about how often they lose things and for how long they spend searching for them.

Here’s what they found:

Washington ranked 36 out of 44 for losing items.

Residents in Washington lose an average of 57 items per month. Compare this to the average American who loses something about 5 times per month.

Washington citizens spend an average of 12 hours per month looking for lost items. For comparison, the average American spends slightly less than 1.5 hours per month searching for lost items.

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WE ALL WASTE A LOT OF TIME LOOKING FOR LOST ITEMS

Washington residents spend over 63.77 hours per year searching for lost items. The average American spends over 16 hours a year searching for lost items.
If you are someone you know are always searching for items you might want to think about an Apple Airtag or a Tile Tracker as a perfect Christmas gift this year.

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