12 days of technology, Day 7: Click N’ Dig Item Finder


December 9, 2016

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This holiday season, MyITpros is doing all the shopping for you! Whether you’re technically savvy or not, we’ve got 12 awesome gadgets picked out that are sure to make you the gift-giving hit of the season!

What it is: Click N’ Dig Item finder

We’ve all done it – misplaced our keys, torn up the living room looking for the remote or sworn that we lost a wallet forever. Now, wasting time retracing your steps is over with the Click N’ Dig Item Finder!

The Click N’ Dig includes a transmitter and key ring receivers that you can attach to phones, keys, wallets, etc., with batteries installed. Simply hold the color-coded button on the radio transmitter to activate a receiver up to 60 feet away, making it flash and beep so you can easily locate the item it’s attached to. The transmitter can penetrate walls, cushions and more, and the latest models have a new antenna for better reception and a 90-decibel beep!

How much it costs: Starting at $19.95

The Click N’ Dig comes in three models: D2, E4 and F6. The number at the end denotes the number of receivers that you get. The two-receiver model starts at $19.95, and the price goes up to $39.95 for six receivers. You can order your preferred model directly from the Click N’ Dig site or through Amazon, where the finder is eligible for Amazon Prime shipping.

Who to buy it for: The absent-minded person in your life

Pretty much anyone would benefit from having this device around – after all, we are all victims of our own absentmindedness from time to time! That said, this gift is most suited to that one family member or friend who is constantly misplacing anything not physically attached to them! They’ll be forever grateful to you for helping them keep track of their belongings!

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