Gear4 KeyBeacon Key for Apple Devices - Never Lose your Keys Again £12.99 @ eBay homeandgardenltd Delivered - HotUKDeals
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Nifty little gadget for anyone who loses their keys

iPhone 5
iPhone 4S
iPod touch 5th generation
iPod touch 4th generation
iPad 4th generation
iPad 3rd generation
iPad mini
KeyBeacon is compatible with iOS 6
- Geemac
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1 Like #1
Fab find and at a decent price
HEAT ADDED !
#2
Great deal, ordered a couple. - Same price on Amazon for people who don't like eBay... :)
#3
anyone know how long the battery lasts on this?
banned#4
Android also or just Apple?
#5
34 sold in the last hour.....I think this site works! X)
#6
anyone know what the range is like on this?
#7
What happens if ya leave ya phone with ya keys lol
1 Like #8
#9
Are people really that stupid you need a device to locate your keys? I've never lost my keys in my life, just pure laziness in my opinion.
#10
deanolufc
Are people really that stupid you need a device to locate your keys? I've never lost my keys in my life, just pure laziness in my opinion.

In my case I have a habit of leaving my phone in it's car cradle, then realising 20 mins later, followed by a mad dash back to the car park before some scrote has put a brick through my window.

Keys on the other hand rarely leave my pocket.
banned 3 Likes #11
deanolufc
Are people really that stupid you need a device to locate your keys? I've never lost my keys in my life, just pure laziness in my opinion.

Single and childless. No wonder your such a happy fella

Edited By: Rorschach1 on Jul 10, 2014 10:32
2 Likes #12
deanolufc
Are people really that stupid you need a device to locate your keys? I've never lost my keys in my life, just pure laziness in my opinion.

We have an 18 month old that likes to hide keys, wallets, etc. We put them out of reach generally but there are occasional lapses and the child knows how to use a set of steps to get things higher up!
1 Like #13
deanolufc
Are people really that stupid you need a device to locate your keys? I've never lost my keys in my life, just pure laziness in my opinion.
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It's nothing to do with stupidity or laziness, and we're not all perfect. Plus, there's a difference between losing something, and misplacing it. It's a very convenient gadget for lots of people
#14
well the buy 5 get 1 free doesn't work.
As it says put the quantity to 6 to qualify.
but when you do that it says max 5 per customer.
1 Like #15
Rorschach1
deanolufc
Are people really that stupid you need a device to locate your keys? I've never lost my keys in my life, just pure laziness in my opinion.

Single and childless. No wonder your such a happy fella


Married with two kids and a full set of keys plus £12.99 in my wallet for not needing a stupid device such as this.
#16
japes
anyone know how long the battery lasts on this?
According to oddballjamie post, not long at all. I can see why the unit needs to stay on 24/7 to work, and that seems to perhaps be its weakness?
#17
Chuck U
japes
anyone know how long the battery lasts on this?
According to oddballjamie post, not long at all. I can see why the unit needs to stay on 24/7 to work, and that seems to perhaps be its weakness?

It says it has a 1620 battery, which does not sound too bad. Unless the number is only a serial number....

source: Like to Gear4 Keybeacon site (Tech Spec tab)

Edited By: SlickShinobi on Jul 10, 2014 23:47
#18
SlickShinobi
Chuck U
japes
anyone know how long the battery lasts on this?
According to oddballjamie post, not long at all. I can see why the unit needs to stay on 24/7 to work, and that seems to perhaps be its weakness?

It says it has a 1620 battery, which does not sound too bad. Unless the number is only a serial number....

source: Like to Gear4 Keybeacon site (Tech Spec tab)

It's a button battery, about 50p each. Suppose you could compare the battery life to something like the standby time on a Bluetooth headset.
#19
raw_ross
well the buy 5 get 1 free doesn't work.
As it says put the quantity to 6 to qualify.
but when you do that it says max 5 per customer.

It is buy 4 get 1 free. Just put 5 into the basket.

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