Keyless Ride’s K2 poses as an OEM-compatible car remote, saves you time and money
If your keyless entry fob stops working, finding a replacement can be harrowing, which is why automotive locksmith Keyless Ride developed the K2 universal remote. Rather than stocking hundreds of individual OEM units, dealerships just have to dock a K2, tell it what make, model and year your car is (it’s compatible with 70 percent of the North American market) and it’ll pair up with your ride’s on-board wireless hardware within five minutes. Better still, you can lighten the load in your pocket by adding a second car to the same remote (if you have a weekend whip, that is). The company will be demonstrating at next year’s CES , throwing James Bond-style gun poses as they open two cars at once — we hope. Continue reading Keyless Ride’s K2 poses as an OEM-compatible car remote, saves you time and money Keyless Ride’s K2 poses as an OEM-compatible car remote, saves you time and money originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 30 Nov 2011 15:53:00 EDT.
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