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Whistle Key Finder Keychain with Sound and Light US $0.44 (AU $0.60) Delivered @ Zapals

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Price in title inclusive of GST. Make sure you can whistle!

Features
Just turn on, and Whistle to find your keys!
Beeps and flashes when you whistle!
Comes with a key chain to hold keys.
Requires 2 cell batteries (included).
Measures around 5 x 3.3 x 1.5 cm.
A great way to find your keys or handbag.

How to use it:
1. Attach this key finder to your keys.
2.When you lose your key in your drawer, cupboard, under the bed etc. You can just clap, whistle or shout, then it sounds and flashes to help you to find your keys.
3. After a few minutes, when there is no any noise, it will stop beeping and flashing.

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  • +3 votes

    If only I could whistle 😞

    • +12 votes

      Flo Rida made a tutorial in the form of a song…

      Can you blow my whistle baby, whistle baby
      Let me know
      Girl I'm gonna show you how to do it
      And we start real slow
      You just put your lips together
      And you come real close
      Can you blow my whistle baby, whistle baby
      Here we go

      • +2 votes

        It's very instructive - no excuses any more for not being able to achieve a satisfactory result.

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      I can't whistle to save my life. I'll get my coat …

  • +6 votes

    I remember these from the early 90s. They constantly go off whilst you're watching TV or listening to music, or even just talking.

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    just fyi, this code only get you 1 unit. I tried to purchase the 2nd time it says "Coupon code limit has been reached."

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    At least I've got possibly 45 days to find my keys to attach this to… Delivery - Regular non tracking (7-45 days) $0.44

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    Hah! Cant go wrong @ 60 cents. Ordered.

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    I got this last year. It sounded remotely interesting and fun as a deal, but in reality this is landfill.

  • +2 votes

    I bought one the last time they were featured on here - it doesn’t work properly. Do not recommend.

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    I remember one from back in the eighties. It was marginally useful. You had to whistle at a certain frequency to trigger it, so we would wander around the house making a noise a bit like a fire engine trying to hit the right note so we could find the keys.

  • +3 votes

    The last one I bought I stuffed inside a container my wife uses to hold balls of wool which sits next to her seat on the couch….it was constantly going off with the sound muffled by the wool and was driving her crazy.

    Now I don't know if that's a good thing or not but it amused me immensely.

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      Reminds me of this

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      Not cool my friend but I'm guessing you were able to judge her level of frustration/confusion and didn't let it go too far.

      I'd be so annoyed if my partner did that to me as they know how I am about mystery/nagging sounds

  • +1 vote

    Crappie item. Doesn't work and waste of money.

  • +1 vote

    I lost my keys at least once a month. So I consider this item seriously but gave up after reading comments. Pass for better one not cheaper one.

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