• Quesarasara

    Key Control - Key Finder Concept Gadget! I hope it comes with a Finder Finder too. And a Finder Finder Finder.

  • Alexa Lee

    What is this real life? I wish.

  • Christina Conner

    What an awesome idea!

  • Sabrina Hill

    Is this a real product? It is super cool!

  • Bipasha Das

    key finder creative new technology see more in http://obstacol.com/

  • Andrea Bean

    I need this. Always seem to misplace your keys or other small items? If so, then "Finder" may be just what you need. This system consists of small RFID stickers that can be placed on the objects and then located with the "Finder" unit.

  • Cathelynn Lim

    This is awesome!! the guys from the Makeweekend Melaka Key finder team should look at this

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