KeySmart Pro GPS Tracking Key Organizer

Nov 15, 2017

Category: Tech

KeySmart was already one of the leading producers of EDC key organizers with their many different color, material, and size options. And now, they’ve got a leg up on their competition with a new product, the KeySmart Pro – a key organizer that incorporates Tile’s GPS tracking technology into it.

This little device can still hold up to 10 keys of varying sizes, but now it has micro USB-rechargeable tracking tech built-in so you can find your keys whenever you’ve misplaced them by using your smartphone and the included app – and vice versa by making your phone ring. But it gets even better than that: you only have to recharge it once every 3 months and it comes with a key fob loop, bottle opener attachment, and even has an LED flashlight on the end of it for easier use in the dark. Get one of these for $60 and you’ll never have to worry about losing your phone or your keys again.

Purchase: $60

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