Motorola Keylink

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

There’s no certainly no shortage of devices to help you find your lost keys, and the number of services designed to help you find your misplaced phone are nearly as abundant. Motorola has created a device that works in both ways. Introducing the Motorola Keylink.

The tiny device attaches to your keyring, and connects to your mobile device wirelessly using Bluetooth technology. If you ever misplace your phone, simply push the button, and it will show you exactly where you left your smartphone. Can’t find the keys? No problem. The accompanying app allows you to ping the actual Keylink device. It works up to 100 feet away (on both functions), and comes with a replaceable battery that lasts up to a year. The Keylink works with both Android and iOS powered devices, and at about $25, it’s a great stocking stuffer for anyone in the family. [Purchase]

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