BIKN is essentially and iPhone case that comes with three tags to start (up to eight tags can be added to one iPhone). These small clip-on tags can then be clipped to any item, pet, child, or other item. Once clipped, the free BIKN iPhone app will allow users to page a person who’s wearing a tag, find out if a child or pet has crossed a set-boundary (geo-fence), and locate any item at any time – no more misplaced keys or wallet.
As you might have guessed, there are lots of ways that BIKN can be used. A BIKN tag could be attached to an elderly person for peace of mind, a tag could be clipped to a child’s belt while playing on a playground, and tags can be attached to any item inside or outside of your home. You could also attach a BIKN tag to any valuable items in your home or place one on a package that you have asked someone to transport for you. The ways that you can use BIKN are endless, and this is one solid product.
Not only can BIKN be used to find your stuff, but you can use BIKN to let you stuff find you. A good example of how this works is written on the BIKN website. If, for example, you forget your phone often, you can press the button that’s on a BIKN clip to see whether or not your phone is with you. If you don’t hear the BIKN pager go off, you have left your phone behind (you can do the same thing with your wallet and other items).