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Coolest Gadget Ever: Wireless Key Finder Set

 Is it happened to you ever that you Forget your keys somewhere in your house and you are already late to office. Defiantly you will think that there should be some tracking device to find the lost keys.  Don't Worry Here is the Solution   Wireless Key Finder set ,the convenient, high tech solution to finding your keys, cell phone, and other small gadgets is here. Never misplace anything again!   

This wireless key finder uses the latest electronic wave search technology to locate your keys and will work up to 20 meters. Inferior technology utilizes clapping or whistling, but with this key finder, it's just a matter of pressing the "find" button on the remote. A loud beeping alarm from the receiver will then alert the user of its location, even when hidden under a pile of clothes or stored inside your closet.  This key finder can make finding anything so much easier, not just keys. With 5 receivers included, you can attach one to your wallet, purse, iPod, iPhone, or anything else portable, big or small, and it can be easily found with the press of a button. Cats and dogs just love to hide things and even children like to play pranks. Save yourself time and frustration when you find items missing by simply using this key finder.  You can Buy it from Chinavasion.
Specifications
Primary Function: Key finder with multiple receivers
Receiver/Transmitter Range: 20M
Power:
Wireless Receiver: CR2032 (included)
Remote Transmitter: 27A (12 volt battery) included
Battery Life: Over 2 years with standard use
Dimensions:
Wireless Receiver (Key Ring): 85 x 34 x 13mm
Remote Transmitter: 120 x 43 x 16mm

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