Fetch My Keys - Key Finder
If you're always losing your keys, mans best friend is here to help. Attach Fetch My Keys to your keys and it will respond to your whistle, and alert you to where your keys are by setting off a beeper. This also causes the pup's nose to flash which will also help you to locate your keys. - A.D.
- Dog shaped key finder
- Beeps when you whistle
- Nose flashes
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Unfit for use
The Fetch My Keys - Key Finder seemed like an amazing idea but when I received the item and pulled the tag, it beeped continually at any noise or movement. It does not respond to whistling and is very distracting when on a key ring either in your bag or when driving. I would not recommend this product to anyone unless mine was just faulty.
possibly the most irritating gadget ever!
this thing should beep when you whistle. Which it does. But it also goes off when you empty a dishwasher, start the washing machine, walk, when the phone rings, when the dog barks...... I could go on. And because there's no off switch you can't take it into a cinema or theatre so you have to detach it from the keyring. It's now in the back of the drawer and won't be coming out again. Cute design though.
When keys go walkies...
This Fetch My Keys - Key Finder definitely leans towards the novelty. There's no way to shut off the three repeats of the alarm if you find the keys quickly. Worst of all you can't disable it for periods when it would be embarassing if it did go off accidentally, so you'd just have to leave it at home if you go to the cinema or similar. As a novelty gift, it's cute and it works as well as could be expected. It seems fairly well built to survive in a pocket.