I recently lost my keys to my 2012 Honda Civic SI the dealership charged me $300 for 2 keys. Although a bit pricey this all could have been prevented.
A few days ago I bough Tile. It was unfortunate that I didn’t have this miracle invention a few days earlier or I could have saved my self a lot of time or a few hundred big ones. I’m going to give you my a little background on this miraculous device
So what is Tile?
The average persons spends 2 years of their life searching for their keys wallet and cell phone.
Ring your things.
Ring lost items from your phone. If your Tile is within the 100-foot Bluetooth range, it will play a loud tune until you find it.
Probably, but this is the first time we’ve driven the latest Rolls-Royce convertible on UK roads. After all, Britain loves an open-top car, despite the meteorological issues one is likely to suffer driving one with the roof stowed.
But if any car can eradicate the unpleasantness of this country’s unreliable climate, it ought to be the Dawn. Especially with prices starting at a not inconsiderable £264,000.
Tile has come a long way since this review video was made. Also since the video was made tile brough on about 100,000,000 users in 2016 to 2017 so your tile is more likely to be found, and update it’s location in the event it gets lost.
Lord no, but nor is anything the Dawn does. And that’s what so utterly beguiling about it. The engine is a 6.6-litre V12, mounted surprisingly far back under that front bonnet. It’s shared with the Ghost saloon and Wraith coupe, but uses the former car’s lower output.
‘Lower’ still translates into 563bhp and 575lb ft of torque, mind, enough to propel the Dawn from 0-62mph in five seconds. The top speed is an electronically limited 155mph.