Key Smart Review

Stay Organized with a KeySmart Pro

We spend days and weeks organizing our homes. But there are things that we never take the time or organize. And if you’re like me, your key ring is filled with keys and fun keychains that you’ve collected over the years. But that extra weight on your ignition switch isn’t the best, and there are times that you don’t want a bulky pile of keys in your purse or bag.

So it’s time to start organizing your keys and KeySmart is one of the best ways to do that. With removeable spacers, you can simply put your keys in the KeySmart on both ends and pull the one out you need only when you need it. The keys come out of the KeySmart like you would be pulling tools out of a Swiss Army Knife but their stacking inside the KeySmart means they take up less space in general and will be more compact when you are ready to leave.

Key Smart Review

Not all keys will fit in the KeySmart, but you can attach the larger key fobs on the end loop. This is where any keychains will have to go as well, but overall it does reduce the bulk of the amount of keys you have. It’s a great way to keep your house and shed keys organized and in one location.

But the KeySmart Pro also has technology bundled inside. Not only is there an LED light in the KeySmart which will make it easier to unlock the doors or to light up the space if you need it. But it also has Tile built right into it. Not only will it make it so you can use your phone to find your keys if you misplace them, but you can use the KeySmart to locate your phone even if it’s on silent mode.

Grab your KeySmart Pro and never lose your keys (or phone) again. It’s the perfect size to clear up space in your purse. It’s also the perfect size to put in their stocking this year or even as a great gift for the traveler in your life that needs to reduce the amount of space they have in their bags.

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Becky

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Becky is an interior designer, an adjunct professor, a foodie, a product reviewer and a gluten free blogger in Detroit, Michigan. Week99er is a family friendly site featuring products, events and recipes for your family. Contact her at [email protected]

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