Tracking this is something that has become extremely¬†popular over the last couple of years but it still has some problems, some trackers are quite thick, don’t last very long and aren’t that smart.

Some creators named 43TC aim to change this up with the launch of his new project on Kickstarter this week.

Called KiwiCard, it claims to be the “world’s thinnest” Bluetooth tracker at just 1.5mm thick, features a fully waterproof body and uses his own custom battery and design that he says will last 3 times the length of time than “most trackers on the market”.

It also comes with something called “TapSense” integrated, which allows you to tap on your wallet (as long as it is holding the KiwiCard) to ring your phone and silence alarms.

And of course, you can use it to track things.

Check it out via the video below and be sure to hit up the source link below that to find out more and to back the project if you are interested.

Source: Kickstarter

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