I know the number of times I’ve heard “Has anyone seen my keys?” from those close to me, my silent response is always “Here we go again,” haha.
Yes, we all have these types of people in our lives; who knows, we, at some point, have been “these people.” Constantly losing your key is so frantic because of what follows: the searches while panicking, last-minute delays, the stress, the fear that someone has taken your keys and can gain access to your house, etc., losing your key may sound fun until it is not.
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You know, losing your keys for some of us might be random; it rarely happens, maybe today and five months later, but some people in our lives losing their key is practically an art form; it is like they must lose their key. This guide is for them. Let’s look at these gifts for someone who loses keys without much ado.
Thoughtful Gift for Someone Who Loses Keys
This device would help them locate their keys with their mobile device. Have you noticed we are more likely to lose our keys than our phones? I wonder why, haha.
Okay, if your receiver is also fond of losing their phones, we have a gift guide for those who lose them. Nevertheless, this device would help your receiver find their keys easily.Available Here
We are going to be smart here. If your receiver has just a single key, I can, in fact, defend and understand why they are often losing their keys.
So, how about ensuring they see their key as something more than what they use to unlock their room doors? Adding a keychain flashlight as a keyholder would show that the key has other uses, such as a torchlight.
Now, their key would pass off as a torchlight, too, and it should mitigate how often they lose their key/flashlight.Available Here
3. Tile Mate
It is somewhat similar to the first gift. These tilemates are attached to their keys and are part of their keyholders. They are Bluetooth operated, so as long as their devices can connect to the tile mate, they can always find their keys as long as it is within range.Available Here
4. NFC Key Fob
One of the reasons we often lose things quickly is when they are not well arranged or organized, so get your dear receiver a brilliant key organizer to help them keep their keys organized. When they unlock their doors, they can have a specific place to keep their keys.Available Here
Again, as I suggested above, it is often easier for us to lose our keys than to lose our phones; I don’t know if it is because our phones are way expensive or because of how big they are when compared to our keys, or instead because we often use it, well, I suggest you get your dear “key loser” a nice keychain that can be turned into a phone stand so both key and phone would always be together thereby mitigating the common possibility of losing their keys.Available Here
This is one smart device we have; it doesn’t need a Bluetooth connection or your mobile device. With a whistle key finder attached to a key, they have to whistle, clap, or shout, triggering the key to whistle back for a while so your dear receiver can find the missing key.Available Here
When we use our keys, we take them from our pockets or purses, use them on the door, get in, take them from the keyhole, and keep them wherever we like, which increases the possibility of losing our keys. Still, imagine we had a retractable keychain that could be hooked on our belt hoop, where we use the retractable robe and extend it to the keyhole without having to take off the keyholder and then back to our waist; this would help your receiver mitigate the possibility of losing their keys.Available Here
Okay, I give up; we can’t stop them from losing their keys when they step out, right? How about we ensure they don’t sleep outside when they return without the key they stepped out with?
Consider grabbing a magnetic hidden keyholder for their spare keys, so when they do the usual out here, they can come home and use the spare.Available Here
10. Anti-loss Keychain Alarm
A keychain with a built-in alarm that sounds if keys are left behind.
A key organizer wallet differs from your usual wallet; wallets offer rooms for cards, cash, and specific sections to organize our keys.Available Here
Once again, maybe we should give up trying to get them NOT to lose their keys; how about eliminating the need for a key in the first place? With a biometric fingerprint lock, owning a key becomes obsolete, so “no key, no key losing.”Available Here
13. Key Rack
It’s simple: when they’ve opened the door and gotten in, they can use the key rack to secure their keys stylishly until they next need it.Available Here
Okay, maybe their key isn’t essential to them, but I bet their medication is. Consider getting them a nice keychain that is paired with a pill holder.
Now, let’s see how often they’ll lose their keys if they care about their medication and health in general. Additionally, most pill holders can act as cash holders, giving the keys another level of importance.Available Here
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Stephanie May is from Calgary in Canada, she’s resided in the US for over six years now and worked in a Gift Shop during college so you can count on her gift suggestions. Thank you