How To Use The Key Tap?

Here are the simple steps for using Key Tap:

Step 1: Attach Key Tap to Your Keys
Attach the Key Tap to your keychain like any other key tag. Our tracking tag for keys is small, lightweight, and waterproof, so it won’t weigh down your keys or get damaged in the rain.

Step 2: Enter Your Information
When you scan the Key Tap device for the first time with an NFC-enabled smartphone, you’ll enter edit mode, where you can enter the necessary info. Simply enter your name and phone number, and your number will be stored on the NFC chip inside the Key Tap device.

Step 3: Track Your Lost Keys
If you ever lose your keys, anyone who finds them can simply tap their smartphone to the Key Tap device, and a preview of your email and number will instantly pop up on their screen. This makes it easy for them to contact you and return your lost keys.

Smart Key Finder

With Our Smart Key Finder, You'll Never Have To Worry About Losing Your Keys Again.

Key Tap is the best key tracker because it is incredibly reliable and easy to use. Unlike other key locators that require you to download an app or have batteries, Key Tap is completely hassle-free. There’s no need to download any applications, and the device doesn’t require batteries or any other external power source.
Our smart key finder is also waterproof, so you can use it in any weather condition without worrying about it getting damaged. You can be confident that your phone number is safe and secure inside the device and that you’ll be able to track your lost keys no matter where they end up.
In conclusion, Key Tap is the best solution for anyone who wants a reliable lost keys finder that is both easy to use and effective. With our innovative tracking technology, you’ll never have to waste time searching for your keys again. Buy Key Tap today and experience the peace of mind that comes with having a cutting-edge lost key finder, knowing your keys are always safe and secure.

Using Key Tap is incredibly easy, and we've designed our device to be as user-friendly as possible.