KeyCatch by KeySmart

Apr 26, 2016

Category: Living

If we could somehow convert the energy spent by people looking for their misplaced keys into electricity, we’d be able to power the rest of the world until the sun explodes. Unfortunately, we can’t do that, so instead KeySmart has come up with a solution to the near-universal problem with their KeyCatch.

So simple you’ll thunk your own head for not coming up with it yourself, the KeyCatch is essentially a screw with a strong magnet attached to the other end. Replace the lower screw on your most used light-switch with the stainless steel KeySmart screw and neodymium magnet it will easily hold even the most loaded key rings. All of this means that you don’t have to worry about putting more holes in your wall in order to stop from losing your keys all the time. You can buy a two pack of these starting for $10. [Purchase]

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