Please Note: Connected Luggage Tags are delivered via U.S. Postal Service within 14 business days from date of order.
ID tags on your luggage are important, helping reunite you with a bag that has gone missing. With traditional tags, however, your personal information is always there to be read. eBags Tags protect your privacy by allowing you to determine what personal information is available and when
Unlike traditional ID tags, you decide which pieces of personal information you want to display
Your personal information is held electronically and is only made viewable when you permit it. Moreover, you can receive messages about a bag or luggage while remaining completely anonymous
Tags will feature unique tiny URL, QR code, and NFC chip to enable registration and lost-and-found
Provides customer value as a mobile connected ID tag, allowing lost-and-found notification, with Innovative Privacy Controls
Register the tag by going to a provided URL and entering the tag’s “Bag Code” or by scanning the QR code on the tag
This item is NON-RETURNABLE
Detailed Product Description
ID tags on your luggage are important, helping reunite you with a bag that has gone missing. With traditional tags, however, your personal information is always there to be read. eBags Connected Luggage Tags protect your privacy by allowing you to determine what personal information is available and when.
1320 person(s) out of 1366 found this review helpful.
"I received my luggage tag as an add on, little thinking that I would need it on my trip. But, as bad luck would have it, my suitcase wandered around the airport, whilst I ran for my connection. On landing, I realised that my bag was not on the plane. The airline was, of course, helpful, but when I mentioned that my bag was tagged with a connected luggage tag, the lost luggage attendant commented that it would make it easier to locate my bag with minimal fuss. My suitcase was returned to me on the next flight, and the bag tag kept me connected to the progress , and kept the courier who delivered it to me able to communicate with me. Based on this experience, I'm really glad I have an eBag tag!"
"Ordered 6 tags. Got one on 3/10; the other 5 arrived 3/20. Put one on my wife's suitcase. I then went thru and entered (registered) them all. I then marked one bag "lost" and then "found" it a few minutes later and sent message to my wife that it was found. She never did receive message! I called and talked with a very helpful agent. She did research while on the phone. Apparently these tags are a newer concept. A while later her manager called me back for more info. They said that there can be a 3 day lag before notice is sent for a "found" bag. They know that is unacceptable and are working to resolve this issue. No resolution yet! They were very helpful, but unable to make it work. They documented all the info I could provide in hopes of coming up with solution. I think this while be a great tool once it's working properly. Apparently notice of a "found" bag could be text, email, or phone call. I normally don't have a working phone when traveling internationally (kinda old fashioned). If that's what it takes to utilize these tags, I may have to breakdown and step up to international phone access. Still waiting to see how they work once they get the bugs worked out! It attaches with a small but strong cable with a screw lock fastener. I suspect that the tag may be the weak link in this merchandise. If the tags gets hooked on something, it will probably break apart. We'll see!!
1549 person(s) out of 1612 found this review helpful.
"What a cool concept for the geek in us. I hate putting my personal information out there for the world to see (I'm not on Facebook, twitter or pick another social media group!!!). When they offered these up I didn't hesitate for a second and bought 2. The tags are not too big, not too small, just right like a good bowl of porridge. The metal attachment ring it just the right size too and has a long thread length, so the odds of it coming apart and losing it will be slim, but don't underestimate the baggage handling gorillas. After I set it up and added what personal data I wanted to give out when scanned I gave it a try, lo and behold it worked. What the finder gets after scanning it is a link to a web page. There the personal data I agreed to was displayed, name, phone number and email address. Since it included my email address as a means of contact, the finder can type a message right at the site and send to me."