IF you’ve ever managed to get an electronic car key soaking wet while out fishing you’ll know how expensive a replacement can be.
Mister Minit has come to the rescue with the release of a new type of technology for car key duplication, which includes rugged and totally waterproof keys which are batteryless. A great idea for fishing and boating, hey?
The technology has been salt water tested for weeks at a time with no reported leaking.
Mister Minit can duplicate 85 per cent of car keys on the market, including Holden, Toyota, and Mitsubishi amongst others. The transponder keys are waterproof and have a special rubber coating and no battery, meaning they won’t break if you drop or swim with them.
More info, www.misterminit.com.au.