If you travel frequently enough, it's only a matter of time before you lose a piece of luggage, which can lead to endless stress and problems down the line—especially if you're traveling in a foreign country.
The EndlessID® Smart Luggage & Backpack Tag offers a level of travel insurance that can't be met by airlines (or even most travel insurance plans) by allowing you to personally track your luggage wherever it may be, and it's available for just $16.99.
EndlessID® allows you to geo-track your personal luggage anywhere around the world, and you'll be able to receive automated alerts when it's found.
Using an NFC device or your tag's unique pin number, you'll be able to find out exactly where your bag is located at any given time, and it's easy to send alerts directly to your smartphone or other Wi-Fi-enabled devices.
It's also possible to enable the medical ID function in order to protect yourself in the event of an emergency, and all of your personal information is fully encrypted at all times.
Travel with added peace of mind with the EndlessID® Smart Luggage & Backpack Tag for just $16.99—15% off its usual price today.
Prices are subject to change.
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