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Magnetic Light Switch Plate Holds Keys with Ease

by Shane McGlaun
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When it comes to keeping up with small things like keys, I’m pretty bad. I generally just lock the car in the garage and leave the keys in it so I don’t lose them. If I do take the key out of my car by mistake I always end up searching everywhere for it. If you have a hard time keeping up with your keys, this cool Magnetic Switch Cover might be perfect for you.

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Designed by Jake Frey, the switch cover has a silver bottom section that is magnetized. Assuming you have a metal keyring, all you need to do when you come in the door is stick the keys to the light switch cover. That is pretty cool, and you probably won’t forget your keys there. The cover comes in a standard single switch size.

I wonder what effect the magnet in the cover would have the newer “intelligent” car keys that have RFID chips in them  – hopefully nothing. You can order one of these right now for $24.95 (USD) over at Fancy.

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