Stilla Motion Sensor Prevents Your Valuables from being Moved by Others

Unlike regular Bluetooth trackers that locate items, the Stilla Motion sensor is designed to prevent your valuables from being moved by others. Need the feature? Let’s continue reading.

Stilla Motion Sensor Pocket-Sized Security System

The Stilla Motion is an easy-to-use, Bluetooth-enabled pocket-sized security system. As we can see from the images, the motion sensor shows off an ultra compact and sleek rounded appearance, and using included protective cover and adhesive tape, you can easily attach anything you want to monitor such as laptop, bag, stroller, bike, door and more.

Stilla Motion Sensor Pocket-Sized Security System

Stilla Motion comes equipped with a built-in motion sensor, and using Bluetooth technology, it wirelessly communicates with your smartphone. When activated with a quick squeeze one inside the app, the motion sensor attached on your item will detect its movement. Once your item is moved by someone, your Stilla Motion will send an instant alarm to your smartphone or smartwatch, and its built-in speaker will let everybody nearby know if someone is touching your stuff. Furthermore, its smart algorithm adjusts itself to prevent from unwanted alarms such as on a bumpy ride, and you can adjust its sensitivity via your phone.

Stilla Motion Sensor Pocket-Sized Security System

Moreover, similar with regular Bluetooth tracker, Stilla Motion also helps you locate your item through its clear signal from its 85+ dB speaker, and its companion app will let you know when you walk out of the range between the tracker and your phone. In addition, it’s powered by a replaceable CR2016 coin cell battery that offers full year battery life.

The Stilla Motion has been available for preorder on Indiegogo. You can pledge $29 to preorder the app-enabled motion sensor. It will be shipped in March 2017.

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