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8 Reviews for KeySmart Pro Bluetooth Enabled Organizer

  1. Zach

    It really organizes my key and I love it, but I personally think that it’s a little expensive.

  2. Véronique Bellamy

    It’s useful when you can keep it charged. But the tragic thing is that it runs out of battery life so fast and you never get a notification when the battery life is running low, so you don’t know when to charge it. Otherwise, it’s just an inert key holder.

  3. Daxton R.

    Good in theory, but doesn’t work like it should. Keys are either too tight to pull out, or too loose to stay organized. Just made things harder and ended up switching back to a regular keychain after a few days.

  4. Ryo Shuren

    Initially saw this from a tech website in my google news feed. That website mentioned there was a sale on this particular version of Keysmart. Decided to give it a go because I did have too many keys on my keychain which I was too tired of keeping track of. It sounded like a good idea to consolidate them into one item rather than dangling them around and staying disorganized.Pros:Organization: I have never felt so organized with my keys until after I bought this. This is very useful if you have the amazing problem of having keys that look exactly alike but are for different locks. You are able to spread them out and make sure that there is no confusion on what key is what this way. I set my keys up so that keys I’m actively using are on one side then keys I rarely use but can’t lose and the ones on the o occasional use on another side.Lots of Features:This is the feature rich version of Keysmart so it has access to Tile, a flashlight, and a bottle opener. So far I haven’t been able to use a lot of the features as I’m mostly 9/5 and have been living a very indoor lifestyle with this pandemic so a lot of the features I would have used such as the flashlight or the bottle opener have gone unused. I also haven’t had to use the tile app or audio but I have tested them and they are very accurate for locating whether it is a lost keysmart or your phone. Once set up so if you also have trouble finding your phone just press the tile button on your keysmart and it will play music at a loud volume until you turn it off. So this would be great for someone who is constantly moving or who loses their keys often.Compact Design:I thought to myself why nobody thought of this before it was released because it just seems like a no brainer when you finally have something like this. Being able to not hear my keys raddling or segment them into different keychains has been the greatest feature out of this.ConsPrice: While I appreciate the features I don’t think it is worth more than $20 maybe $30 max. I got this it on sale, and had some rewards points through my credit card and it was around $25. While I understand this particular version is very feature rich it doesn’t explain why the others, including the most basic version, are more than $20 when not on sale.Unable to Completely Fit 10 KeysYou will not be able to fit 10 full size keys in this thing. It becomes too loose. I have about 6 keys of various types in this and it barely fits them all. I decided on just using My apartment’s mailbox key for example does not fit in theAssembly and Disassembly is Time ConsumingDo not, I repeat, do not think this is something you can just pull the handle off and take a key out and then throw it back together in a few minutes. The construction on this is very laborious. Once you set the keys it is very difficult to get these off. So understand you may have to compromise on certain keys especially ones that are borrowed keys.Overall:If you want organization this is great. I would say wait for a sale or if you have gift cards or rewards points as the price is a bit high. If you don’t need the other features even though they are very useful, stick to the standard less expensive versions which are lower in price.

  5. Ayu

    I was able to pair the device easily to my phone using the Tile App.It holds my 5 keys comfortably but just like the other Key Smart product that I owned you need to re-tighten every so often.The Tile functionality seems to work fine so far.The one big downside I found is the overall build quality seems awfully cheap. It is made of very lightweight plastic and I’m afraid it will eventually break. I guess only time will tell.

  6. ZStar

    Here is my honest opinion after really wanting to love this thing and using it for over a month. TLDR: Its a gimmicky little pile of garbage polished up just enough to trick you out of your money.ASSEMBLY: First, I’m the type to tinker and this thing is tedious to take apart. Go ahead. Scoff. I did too. Assembling this thing is about as smooth a ride as a truck with square tires.Hey but once you get it put together. Its together….Right? Well I hope you didn’t forget the locktite because its going to need the red stuff or it WILL come unscrewed. God help you when you have to go back through the reassembly process after the thing suddenly falls apart on you, while trying to get into the house. You remembered the order of all those spacers right? Its only about 20 of them and some wobbly hardware bits.FIT AND FINISH: Speaking of hardware, I loved the idea of having a bottle opener mainly because I’m a painter/carpenter and I like to use them for paint lids and stain lids. Well so much for that. The bottle opener is just as fiddly and cheaply made as the rest of the thing. And prying sideways with it is out the question because it WILL bend and probably break the little plastic body of the keysmart at the same time. Did I mention the body is made of a super cheap plastic that literally racks and twists while you unlock doors? I easily snapped it in half when I finally broke and threw this thing in the garbage where it belongs.And if you want to upgrade where the company cut corners, with something extra like a prytool that actually works, where does that go? because if it isn’t flat and standard key size you’re out of luck on cool keychain add ons. That is unless you want to add…..A KEY RING!EASE OF USE: But at least the thing is convenient to flip open and quickly get into doors…RIGHT? RIGHT?!?!?! NO, its awful. Id rather carry my keys lose in my pocket than try to fumble flip all my keys out just to sort and find the right one in this edc carnival game they’ve set up here. Its not like a knife that just pops out when you need it. You don’t have the space needed to flip them open individually so out comes all of them. But since you need those screws tight, so it doesn’t fall apart, you have to really work to get them open. Even with the spacers and all their velvety glory, its just a flipping fumbly mess. I spend way more time at doors with the keysmart than I ever did with a normal keyring.CARRY: Well what about the carry? That must be better than those jangly keys right? No not really. Its double the length of your longest key, which gives it a big profile when you hang it from a carabiner or something. Its very… noticeably there, when you carry it like this. Even with a small carabiner it hangs past the groin area. And yes it swings with the weight so its just not enjoyable.”Well they solve that problem with the pocket clip sold separately!”, you say? NAY SAY I!! Especially when the companies design dept blows. Because the pocket clip wasn’t designed to have a proper fit and what you’re left with is your car key fob attached to this long and now bulky thing that’s supposed to slip in and out of your pocket. And that’s just not happening. Your car fob becomes a grappling hook in your pocket. So when you go to retrieve said keysmart, it hooks onto your pants you look like a keymoron.TILE: Then we are left with tile. OH YES THE GENIUS HIDDEN AMONGST THE DUNG PILE! I can finally find my keys!I got sick of charging my keychain three days in. It just became another item that needed my attention to live and tile had been notifying of this fact every chance it got until I shut up the app. But heres the kicker, thats all solved with an actual TILE. If you want a tile on your keychain, they make a sleek little one that weighs less than this overpriced pos, it looks better, and when you need to charge it, you can easily remove it and take your keys with you.Summary: I hate this keysmart device. I hate everything about it. I strongly recommend a leather loop style organizer or just a plain ole key ring before this atrocity. Its designed horribly. Its built crappily with cheap plastic and it solves zero problems. It actually creates more problems and waste. This all speaks to the nature of this company if you ask me. Your products reflect your values. So, I doubt their new fangled versions are really going to revolutionize the way you key.

  7. Scott Fyvie Fraser

    So i have seen these pop up all over Facebook and Instagram and thought since i have more keys than an highland state custodian it would be a good buy.So i took the £50 hit and went with the all bells and whistles one. At first impression i was disappointed it felt cheap and flimsy, however after putting my keys in (5 so far) it feels fairly solid. Good points, it does organise your keys into a compact pocket sized pen knife style arrangement. I have seen complaints about the battery however i charged it 6 days ago and torch still comes on etc.Bad points-very fiddly to get your keys in place, especially if they are not a uniform size.-torch is terrible, was out camping in pitch black and it was little better than no light.-bottle opener is fairly useless. It is too thin and not great for getting a purchase on bottle caps. That being said the bit on the back for attaching a car key is handy.My advice, save yourself £28 and go for the low tech option. You wont be missing much.

  8. ZStar

    Here is my honest opinion after really wanting to love this thing and using it for over a month. TLDR: Its a gimmicky little pile of garbage polished up just enough to trick you out of your money.ASSEMBLY: First, I’m the type to tinker and this thing is tedious to take apart. Go ahead. Scoff. I did too. Assembling this thing is about as smooth a ride as a truck with square tires.Hey but once you get it put together. Its together….Right? Well I hope you didn’t forget the locktite because its going to need the red stuff or it WILL come unscrewed. God help you when you have to go back through the reassembly process after the thing suddenly falls apart on you, while trying to get into the house. You remembered the order of all those spacers right? Its only about 20 of them and some wobbly hardware bits.FIT AND FINISH: Speaking of hardware, I loved the idea of having a bottle opener mainly because I’m a painter/carpenter and I like to use them for paint lids and stain lids. Well so much for that. The bottle opener is just as fiddly and cheaply made as the rest of the thing. And prying sideways with it is out the question because it WILL bend and probably break the little plastic body of the keysmart at the same time. Did I mention the body is made of a super cheap plastic that literally racks and twists while you unlock doors? I easily snapped it in half when I finally broke and threw this thing in the garbage where it belongs.And if you want to upgrade where the company cut corners, with something extra like a prytool that actually works, where does that go? because if it isn’t flat and standard key size you’re out of luck on cool keychain add ons. That is unless you want to add…..A KEY RING!EASE OF USE: But at least the thing is convenient to flip open and quickly get into doors…RIGHT? RIGHT?!?!?! NO, its awful. Id rather carry my keys lose in my pocket than try to fumble flip all my keys out just to sort and find the right one in this edc carnival game they’ve set up here. Its not like a knife that just pops out when you need it. You don’t have the space needed to flip them open individually so out comes all of them. But since you need those screws tight, so it doesn’t fall apart, you have to really work to get them open. Even with the spacers and all their velvety glory, its just a flipping fumbly mess. I spend way more time at doors with the keysmart than I ever did with a normal keyring.CARRY: Well what about the carry? That must be better than those jangly keys right? No not really. Its double the length of your longest key, which gives it a big profile when you hang it from a carabiner or something. Its very… noticeably there, when you carry it like this. Even with a small carabiner it hangs past the groin area. And yes it swings with the weight so its just not enjoyable.”Well they solve that problem with the pocket clip sold separately!”, you say? NAY SAY I!! Especially when the companies design dept blows. Because the pocket clip wasn’t designed to have a proper fit and what you’re left with is your car key fob attached to this long and now bulky thing that’s supposed to slip in and out of your pocket. And that’s just not happening. Your car fob becomes a grappling hook in your pocket. So when you go to retrieve said keysmart, it hooks onto your pants you look like a keymoron.TILE: Then we are left with tile. OH YES THE GENIUS HIDDEN AMONGST THE DUNG PILE! I can finally find my keys!I got sick of charging my keychain three days in. It just became another item that needed my attention to live and tile had been notifying of this fact every chance it got until I shut up the app. But heres the kicker, thats all solved with an actual TILE. If you want a tile on your keychain, they make a sleek little one that weighs less than this overpriced pos, it looks better, and when you need to charge it, you can easily remove it and take your keys with you.Summary: I hate this keysmart device. I hate everything about it. I strongly recommend a leather loop style organizer or just a plain ole key ring before this atrocity. Its designed horribly. Its built crappily with cheap plastic and it solves zero problems. It actually creates more problems and waste. This all speaks to the nature of this company if you ask me. Your products reflect your values. So, I doubt their new fangled versions are really going to revolutionize the way you key.

  9. China

    I purchased this as an upgrade to the original one I have had for several years. My keys are almost always missing do this was a great addition

  10. Ly

    I bought several key holders before and this one is by far the best! Why? All others’s bolt lossen up all the time and I constantly have to use a coin to tighten them up.. NOT this one. I doesn’t. It’s really perfect… Best Buy. Highly recommend

  11. Syeda Ismoth Iqbal

    It’s very useful

  12. Ryo Shuren

    Initially saw this from a tech website in my google news feed. That website mentioned there was a sale on this particular version of Keysmart. Decided to give it a go because I did have too many keys on my keychain which I was too tired of keeping track of. It sounded like a good idea to consolidate them into one item rather than dangling them around and staying disorganized.Pros:Organization: I have never felt so organized with my keys until after I bought this. This is very useful if you have the amazing problem of having keys that look exactly alike but are for different locks. You are able to spread them out and make sure that there is no confusion on what key is what this way. I set my keys up so that keys I’m actively using are on one side then keys I rarely use but can’t lose and the ones on the o occasional use on another side.Lots of Features:This is the feature rich version of Keysmart so it has access to Tile, a flashlight, and a bottle opener. So far I haven’t been able to use a lot of the features as I’m mostly 9/5 and have been living a very indoor lifestyle with this pandemic so a lot of the features I would have used such as the flashlight or the bottle opener have gone unused. I also haven’t had to use the tile app or audio but I have tested them and they are very accurate for locating whether it is a lost keysmart or your phone. Once set up so if you also have trouble finding your phone just press the tile button on your keysmart and it will play music at a loud volume until you turn it off. So this would be great for someone who is constantly moving or who loses their keys often.Compact Design:I thought to myself why nobody thought of this before it was released because it just seems like a no brainer when you finally have something like this. Being able to not hear my keys raddling or segment them into different keychains has been the greatest feature out of this.ConsPrice: While I appreciate the features I don’t think it is worth more than $20 maybe $30 max. I got this it on sale, and had some rewards points through my credit card and it was around $25. While I understand this particular version is very feature rich it doesn’t explain why the others, including the most basic version, are more than $20 when not on sale.Unable to Completely Fit 10 KeysYou will not be able to fit 10 full size keys in this thing. It becomes too loose. I have about 6 keys of various types in this and it barely fits them all. I decided on just using My apartment’s mailbox key for example does not fit in theAssembly and Disassembly is Time ConsumingDo not, I repeat, do not think this is something you can just pull the handle off and take a key out and then throw it back together in a few minutes. The construction on this is very laborious. Once you set the keys it is very difficult to get these off. So understand you may have to compromise on certain keys especially ones that are borrowed keys.Overall:If you want organization this is great. I would say wait for a sale or if you have gift cards or rewards points as the price is a bit high. If you don’t need the other features even though they are very useful, stick to the standard less expensive versions which are lower in price.

  13. Justin D

    I wanted something to keep all of my keys ordily and not clank around, or stab my leg in my pocket. I went with this one because it has the built in tile to track it.But the battery dies entirely to quickly, I should have just gotten the original without tile, because I never remember to charge this thing, and nothing I have uses the micro USB charging cable anymore, everything is on to the USB type c now, so I don’t k ow where my charging cable is.

  14. Justin D

    I wanted something to keep all of my keys ordily and not clank around, or stab my leg in my pocket. I went with this one because it has the built in tile to track it.But the battery dies entirely to quickly, I should have just gotten the original without tile, because I never remember to charge this thing, and nothing I have uses the micro USB charging cable anymore, everything is on to the USB type c now, so I don’t k ow where my charging cable is.

  15. Scott Fyvie Fraser

    I bought this to spice up something that looks rudimentary and non elegant – keys. I was drawn to this product as it looks sleek and has features that, though would likely be mostly unused, sound nice to have.I have initially purchased one of these and the packaging looked as though it had already been opened. There was tape residue on the rear and had me mildly concerned but that was an Amazon issue not a Keysmart issue. When I opened it, it looked like on the pictures: sleek, smart and cool. The first part that annoyed me was the fact that the body of it is made of plastic, and appears to be the type of plastic that could break if dropped or sat down on when kept in the rear pocket. All of the advertisement shows ‘stainless hardware’ but that refers exclusively to the screws that hold it together. The silver lining is that it could visually fool someone else looking at it into thinking that it was metal.The instructions advised to first put in the keys, and it took quite a while to get the right fit. I was aware of this before but it does take about 15 minutes to get your keys in and for them to look flush and stacked up evenly. I had 4 regular house keys and they just about fit with the bottle opener. I had later tried other lock keys and others to see if they would fit. Some would be able to hold on but would be too loose or tight and others were too thick. The keys themselves can have holes that are too big or small which also makes them not fit or wiggle around when screwed on. Even if you did manage to get them on, it takes up so much space that it seems unfeasible to use the Keysmart for those keys.Once on, the keys seemed sturdy enough. I can’t report on how they would last in the long run but given the quality of the rest of the product I don’t have high hopes. There are reports from multiple other reviews and people that over time they become loose and unable to screw them tight enough for them to not go all over the place.Once the keys were in, I plugged in the Keysmart as they had no charge whatsoever and waited… and waited… and waited. The Keysmart showed the orange light to indicate that it was charging but whether I kept it plugged in or not, the light or tile function didn’t work. I double checked to internet to see how long they take to charge, and they stated 2 hours would give a full charge. I had waited 5 hours.Sensing that the item was faulty (perhaps due to the weird condition that the box was in) I chalked it up to Amazon giving me a previously returned product that just doesn’t work and ordered a new one.This time, I tried the torch and tile feature and it didn’t work so I plugged it in straight away. This time, it too didn’t charge over 5 hours. I decided to leave it on charge overnight with the mild hope that it would have charged enough to work but alas, it did not.Given all of this, one must wonder why on earth this product costs so much. I had thought I would be paying a premium price for a premium product but instead it appears to be passing the same quality checks as wish.com products. I was tempted to get the rigged titanium and avoid the whole charging issue but refuse to give this company any of my money. They sell overpriced items with minimal quality control. I strongly suggest the reader of this review to assess other reviews and come to their own conclusions but I advise them that this ordeal is nothing but a waste of time.TL;DR – The product is plastic, the setup is long, the battery doesn’t charge, it isn’t an exception and the quality is abysmal.0/10

  16. Kennady

    My husband always loses his keys, and had this item in his cart for a long time. So I decided to surprise him with it as a gift and it has been a life saver, not only is he able to keep up with his keys better but it makes all his keys stay compact and neatly organized!

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KeySmart Pro Bluetooth Enabled Organizer

KeySmart Pro: Compact and customizable key holder with Tile Tracking.

Highlights
KeySmart Pro: Smart, compact key holder with GPS tracking, mini tool add-ons, and LED light.
Pros

- Compact design
- Bluetooth tracking
- Easy to use

Cons

- Limited key capacity
- Expensive

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$29.99

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// DESCRIPTION

The KeySmart Pro is a compact and intelligent key holder and organizer that is designed to keep your keys organized and easily accessible. Whether you’re a man or a woman, this product is perfect for anyone who wants to stay on top of their keys.

One of the most impressive features of the KeySmart Pro is its Tile Tracker technology. This innovative feature enables you to locate your misplaced keys on a map using the free Tile app on your phone. You can quickly and easily find your keys even if you’ve misplaced them somewhere in your home or office.

In addition to its tracking capabilities, the KeySmart Pro has several other useful features. It comes with an LED flashlight that can be used to illuminate dark areas or help you find your way in low-light conditions. It also has a button that you can press to locate your missing phone, making it an all-around tool that you can rely on.

The KeySmart Pro is also customizable with various mini tools and accessories, including a box cutter, pocket clip, multitool, nanopliers, bottle opener, and more. You can create a personalized KeySmart Pro that meets all of your needs.

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// FEATURES

  • Never lose your keys again with the world's most powerful smart compact key holder and organizer
  • KeySmart Pro makes your keys compact and organized
  • Includes Tile Tracker Smart GPS Tracking and Locator Technology
  • Find your misplaced KeySmart Pro with the Tile App on your phone
  • Find your missing phone with the KeySmart Pro
  • Add a range of KeySmart mini tools and add-ons to create a reliable utility organizer and keyholder
  • Bluetooth-enabled organizer with rechargeable battery that lasts up to 45 days
  • Built-in LED light and can charge your phone
  • Perfect for those who always lose their keys
  • // Q & A

    This material Mattel or not

    Might be Hasbro, but definitely not Mattel.

    Does the keychain need to be in wi-fi in order to work?

    Tile uses Bluetooth technology to connect to your device, so no WiFi is not required.

    How long does the battery last?

    I purchased mine Nov. 1st and have still not had to recharge battery after the initial charge. (Over 35 days). I rarely use the Tile button or flashlight button, but Keysmart says it should go up to 45 days on a charge.

    Is this allowed on a airplane?

    I think it should be allowed, unless you put a knife in it.

    How to replace the battery?

    You cannot. This will require you to contact the company. The batteries are charge only.


    // SPECS

    Product Dimensions3.74 x 0.98 x 0.59 inches
    Item Weight1.6 ounces
    Item model numberKS 411-BLK
    Batteries1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
    Is Discontinued By ManufacturerNo
    Date First Available2018, September 2
    Departmentmens
    ManufacturerCurv Group
    Country of OriginChina
    Department: Mens
    Origin Country: China
    Model #: KS 411-BLK
    Discontinued: No
    KeySmart Pro Bluetooth Enabled Organizer
    released on September 2, 2018

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