Magnetic Switch Cover

Magnetic Switch Cover

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When you’re running late and you have somewhere you absolutely have to be, you will always be incapable of finding your keys. They’re not in the bowl by the door, the pants you were just wearing or in your bag. You didn’t lock them in the car. You run through the list of possible places you could have put them, but you’re drawing a blank. So you do what every man does, you check the fridge. We don’t why they would ever be in there, but we check anyways. You don’t ever have to deal with any of this ever again thanks for Industrial Design student Jake Frey and his Magnetic Switch Cover. The name pretty much explains it all. Standard light switch cover with a high power magnet built into the back. Turn the lights on (or off, if you’re lucky) and leave your keys right there. Until they figure out how to embed keys in our fingers it’s the best solution we can think of.

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