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Your Guide To Buying a Key Finder

By Dennis McGlothin

    We’ve all been there before. You’re running late and trying to get out of the house, when suddenly you reach into your pocket and realize that you don’t have your keys with you. To make matters worse, you have no idea where they are. If you’re lucky, you’ll find them before it’s too late. However, you want to make sure that this doesn’t happen again. That’s where a key finder comes in. Even if you can’t remember where you left your keys, the finder will help you to find them with the push of a button. Here’s how to find a good one.

    There are two main varieties of key finders on the market:

    • Push-button: These are the most common key finders on the market. Attach one end to your key ring, and keep the remote control where you’ll be able to find it. Then, if you need to find your keys, just push a button and the finder will beep and let you know where the keys are.
    • Phone-based: Other key finders work with your smart phone. The key finder attaches to your key ring, and if you’re having trouble finding your keys, just use an app to get the signal.

    Here is what people have to say about the key finders they have purchased:

    • Phone compatibility: If you decide to go with one of the phone-compatible options, make sure that it is actually compatible with your phone. Some reviewers report having issues with their phones, while the best models deliver on their promises.
    • Battery life: The best models on the market have batteries that last a long time and are easy to replace when they do run out.
    • Useful for the whole family: A number of reviewers mention that their key finder is an essential tool for helping elderly parents or other relatives keep track of keys and other possessions, so a great key finder won’t just help you; it can help everyone in your home.

    Volume: Most of the time when you need to use a key finder, the keys won’t be sitting in plain view. They may be under something, or in another room. Therefore, look for a finder that makes enough noise for you to hear it wherever it is.

    Range: Speaking of the keys being in another room, look for a finder that has a big enough range for it to receive the signal even if it’s in a different part of the house.

    Design: Part of the design is choosing a key finder that looks good to you. More importantly, the design should be distinctive—that way you can easily see the remote when you need it to help you find your keys.

    Click 'n Dig: There’s something to be said for doing one thing and doing it well. Click 'n Dig is a California-based company that was founded in 2007 with one goal: to help people keep track of their possessions. They make a number of products designed to work with keys, wallets, and other items that frequently go missing.

    Panasonic: On the other end of the spectrum, there’s Panasonic, which is one of the oldest and most successful electronics manufacturers in the world. Founded in Japan in 1918, the company produces a wide array of electronics to meet just about all of the needs consumers may have.

    Key Ringer: Like Click 'n Dig, Key Ringer is a company dedicated to the single purpose of producing devices that will help you keep track of your possessions around the house.

    Ivation: Ivation is an all-purpose electronics manufacturer that makes quality products for all aspects of your life.