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This key organizer has a built-in Tile tracker and is 43% off

It holds 14 keys, has a built-in flashlight and clips to your car's key fob. Get it now for $34.

Dave Johnson
2 min read

One of my life's ambitions is to avoid carrying keys in my pockets; that's why there's an August smart lock on my front door. But some keys are unavoidable, which is why I also carry a KeySmart Pro, which elegantly organizes my keys and never digs a hole in my pocket. Not only does it hold all the keys I could ever need to carry, but it has a Tile Bluetooth tracker built in. Usually priced at $60, right now (for a limited time and while supplies last) you can get a KeySmart Pro for $34 when you apply discount code CNETKSMR at checkout.

The KeySmart Pro is the key organizer I didn't realize I needed until I started using it. I only carry four keys, but the KeySmart Pro can accommodate up to 14, which is handy if your existing key ring looks like the sort of thing a building superintendent needs to carry around. I love the way the keys stay rotated inward, so they don't snag your clothing or grind into your leg when you sit. 

It includes a decidedly low-tech bottle opener but also features an LED light and the guts of a Tile tracker. You'll need to charge it every three months or so, but in return, it appears in the standard Tile app on your phone. If you're already a Tile user, you know the convenience that comes from quickly locating where you last left something that has a Tile tracker attached to it. If you're new to Tile, I suspect there's no better place to start than with your car keys. Open the app, and if the keys are in range, they'll play a tune. If not, you can see their last location on the map.

Can you get less expensive key rings? Absolutely. You can even get KeySmart models for about half the price -- without the built-in Tile. But if you're a fan of the idea of tracking your keys, this may well be $34 well spent.  

Originally published last year. Updated with the latest deal. 

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