Acesso antecipado: Um KeySmart Pro Com Rastreamento Inteligente de Localização do Tile
Never Lose Your Keys
(includes free bottle opener with loop piece to attach car keys)
- Built in LED flashlight
- Unique 'S' design allows you to hold between 2- 10 keys. But you can purchase an expansion pack to hold up to 34 keys.
- Universal, will fit almost any key found at your local hardware store
- Eliminates any key jingle
- Hides the jagged teeth while exposing the smooth back of the keys for easy access
- Stainless Steel Hardware
- Includes polished bottle opener with loop ring for car fobs
A: The KeySmart Pro is rechargeable. Its charge will last a 45 days. But using the flashlight will drain the battery faster.
Q: Will my keys fit?
A: KeySmart Pro fits all flat keys up to 2.5"
Q: Does the loop piece take up space in the KeySmart?
A: Yes, the loop piece counts as 1 key in the assembly.
Q: Do you ship internationally?
A: We sure do. We have successfully shipped to over 122 countries!
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Installing the keys
I found it hard to stack the keys, even through I used both ends to stack
Absolutely wonderful—once you get it frickin' assembled....
It's always a challenge to get the keys INTO a KeySmart device, but once that ordeal is over, I love the KeySmart Pro and its Tile functionality—especially the ability to recharge the Tile via USB, which is a step up from standard Tiles! The flashlight is a handy plus too.
A lil bulky but worth it
This was a gift for someone who already owned the original KeySmart. They love it!
A nice upgrade
Exellent, overall very happy with the purchase.
Too big kys in europ
Leider zu grosse Schlüssel kann es leider nicht verwenden.
Meh. Kinda dissatisfied.
Like other folks, I found it extremely difficult to put together. The posts weren't tall enough even for six keys, so my husband and I had to manipulate it together. It took 45 minutes before he could get the angles just right to get the posts together. Part of the problem is that the connection between the two sides meets in the middle of the keys - neither side is long enough to go the whole way - so to get the keys ******* in, you have to balance the keys and spacers in EXACTLY the right spot on a 3/4 or 1/2 post because some are actually floating above the bottom post, and then you hope that nothing moves a millimeter as you're carefully and blindly lowering the top of the KeySmart to get the two sides to meet in the middle. Then you hope that your effort to screw it in is miraculously perfectly balanced, because if your hold on the top slips even a bit or the pressure is uneven as you turn the key, which takes a bit of effort, all the keys are scattered and you have to start again. I started out hoping to have five keys on one side and on the other have my thicker car key + 1 key + two little library card things. That's not a joke, but it turned out to be a joke. I now have the car key hanging off my keychain anyway, which is what I wanted to avoid. Hopefully with the longer posts I just ordered we'll be able to figure this out somehow. If that paragraph was confusing, then it accurately reflects what it was like to put the thing together. I've had it for a couple weeks now. BAD: The app hasn't worked for me so far. I'm going to have to contact Tile's customer service. Additionally, my keys come out of the KeySmart while I have it on my keychain. Maybe that means we need to screw the thing together tighter, but we've already had a rough time just getting it together! GOOD: Overall, I love the idea. I'd really love to be able to do the location tracking! But it's still not working and I feel like the device has caused more stress than help. :/ I do think it's beautiful. It feels great in my hand, surprisingly balanced and light. I wear my keys on a lanyard at all times, so I appreciate that feature. Charging was easy and is supposed to last a long time, yay! One benefit I didn't expect was how it sits in my car. I expected the keysmart to do something weird and annoying as it was in the ignition, like maybe poke towards my seat or the passenger seat, but it actually easily folds down so that the KeySmart -- how do I describe this? Instead of the body of the KeySmart poking back towards me like when I put it in the ignition, it hinges straight down so that it hangs under the key. I like the feeling of it disappearing into the dash of the car rather than still hanging out where I am driving.