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Easy2Pick Wireless Luggage Finder – find your case on the conveyer…fast

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The Easy2Pick Wireless Luggage Finder is designed to help you locate your luggage fast as it whizzes around on the airport conveyor belt in baggage claim. Instead of peering myopically at every black Samsonite style roller case as it trundles towards your face, just sit back and wait for your key chain to beep at you as your hold-all approaches. Nifty.

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The thing has a range of 20 metres, features unique codes (so you can’t pick up someone else’s signal and start a fight) and has a 100 hour battery life which should be enough for even the slowest baggage handling nightmare. Priced at $24.95.

 A patented electronic luggage tag features a built-in wireless transmitter and wireless key chain recognition device. While you wait at baggage claim, your key chain will sound, flash, and vibrate once your suitcase is within 20 meters! Individual code prevents mistaken identification. Also suitable for tracking keys, cell phones, and more. Automatically de-activates in the plane and re-activates on the luggage belt. Using the built in electric photo sensor, it senses when it is in the cargo of the plane by measuring factors such as light, altitude & noise.

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Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

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