I’m not sure about you, but I am ALWAYS losing my keys. Heck, I love EVERYTHING! It’s not so much that I lose it all, it’s that my “fibro fog” is so bad, I can’t remember where I laid anything down. My husband has major OCD issues with his keys in wallets. Every time we leave the house, he checks his pockets repeatedly. Then when we get some where he does it again, and again when we leave. So when Kelly asked me if I wanted to try our the iHere 3, I was happy, because I think it would really help easy my husband’s mind.
The iHere 3 is a Bluetooth key finder. It can find things up to a 75 foot radius. With the iHere 3’s loud volume (up to 85dB) you’ll never have a problem hearing your lost item. Use it to find your keys, wallet, purse, your phone, your car and more. (You could even attach it to your pet’s collar. The uses are endless.) You can also use it as a selfie button, or as a voice recorder so you don’t forget what’s on your mind! It’s the only rechargeable device of its kind, so no need for new batteries! The iHere 3 comes with its charging cable, and you can download the app for free in iTunes and in the Google Play store. The iHere isn’t too big and bulky either. It measures 1.5 inches x 0.4 inches x 1.4 inches, and weighs a mere 3.5 ounces.
I put it on my key chain to try it out. It was easy to get started. I simply downloaded the free app to my phone, hit FIND, and voila. Worked like a charm. Then I put it on my husband’s key chain. He loves it. He said he rarely stresses over losing his keys and wallet any more. The battery charge lasts a long time as well. We’ve had it a week and have yet to have to recharge it.
You can purchase your own from Nonda for $19.99 and FREE shipping in the USA. You can also connect with Nonda iHere 3 on various forms of social media. They are on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.