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Keyfinder: locate your keys from a mobile phone

Adelaide-based entrepreneurs Reece Formosa and Chris Evans have created a new Bluetooth device called Keyfinder, designed to locate your keys from a mobile phone. Keyfinder sits on your keychain, awaiting that call from any iOS smart phone to send it flashing a bright light, and ringing with a ring tone. The idea came about two years ago when Reece lost his keys a few times. Keyfinder is currently in its prototype stage, but it will be available to the masses once they’ve raised enough money to manufacture the product.

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