Never Lose Your Keys Again with This Gadget

The KeySmart Pro uses Tile Smart technology to help you keep track of your essentials.
The KeySmart Pro uses Tile Smart technology to help you keep track of your essentials.

When you’re headed out the door in a rush, one of the most important things you need is one of the easiest to forget: your keys. Whether you’ve realized it before you leave and you’re desperately hunting between couch cushions and under tables, or if you’re unfortunate enough to have already left the house and can’t find them anywhere, losing your keys is a bummer. The KeySmart Pro with Tile Smart Location has your back no matter where your keys have wandered off to.

The KeySmart Pro has been featured on Gizmodo, CNET, GQ, TechCrunch, and other in-the-know tech sites for its innovative design and impressive list of features. It can hold up to ten keys at once, and it pairs with the Tile app on your phone in minutes. If you lose your keys, the Tile app sends a signal to your keychain, causing your keys to ring and locating the last time and place you had your keys on a map.

You can also use the KeySmart Pro to find your phone: with the push of a button, your phone will ring (even on Silent Mode) so you can easily find it. The keychain also has a flashlight, bottle opener, and loop piece to attach a car key fob — it’s the Swiss army knife of smart keychains.

Usually, the KeySmart Pro with Tile Smart Location would set you back $59.99, but right now it’s on sale for only $39.99 (33% off).

 

KeySmart Pro with Tile Smart Location – $39.99

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