The Keysmart Pro is a great little gadget for the hard to shop for individuals in your life! This keychain has several really cool features. The number one thing that Keysmart does is organize which is huge! Their website shows a photo of how you can condense your huge keyring into just one organized device.
The Keysmart Pro is expandable and can accommodate 14 keys and includes a ring to attach a car fob if needed. Combining and condensing your keys does a few things for us. It keeps us organized, It is much easier to locate the key you need when it is organized into the Keysmart device. It minimizes the amount of space that your keys take up. I know this is important to me when I am carrying a smaller purse or want to throw my keys in my pocket. The device also eliminates the poking that we feel from having keys in our pocket. This cuts down on discomfort and also destruction we may be causing to our clothing.
On top of the organization factor, the Keysmart Pro has incorporated Tile technology. Tile is an app that you can download on your phone to help you locate several household items. In my house, we have the Tile stickers. We place the stickers on things that we lose frequently like TV remotes. The Tile technology in the Keysmart allows you to add your keys to the same app as your other devices. I am constantly losing my keys and now I have no excuse! Simply call my keys from my phone and they will play a jingle and help me locate them!
The Keysmart Pro has a handful of additional options that you can add on their website. Those add ons include a built in flash drive, bottle opener, and different style hooks to attach your keys to pant loops, backpacks, etc.
Overall, this is such a handy and fun device that should definitely be on your list for Father’s Day!
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