Nov 122014
 

Welcome to the Click n’ Dig! RF Item Finder Kit Giveaway

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Are you one that loses keys often? My daughter is habitually losing things. From the remote control to her keys, we always consider it a fun scavenger hunt when it comes time to search for something she has lost because you never know what we will find. As fun as a scavenger hunt can be, it really gets frustrating at times and mundane. Well no more will we have to worry about that thanks to Click ‘n Dig!

New and Improved Receivers, Click ‘n Dig features include:
• Louder beep up to 90 dB
• New antenna for better reception
• LED light flashes with beeping
• Sturdier shapes and brighter colors
• Thin now even slimmer
• No screws for easy battery access (key ring)
• Single screw for easy battery access (thin)

The F6 Item Finder includes one transmitter, three key ring receivers, and three thin receivers. Double-sided adhesive tape is included for attaching the thin receivers to remotes and other items. Batteries come installed in the transmitter and receivers and an extra battery set is included in each package.

This convenient and high quality gadget will beep the right device every time. Simply press and hold the color-coded button on the radio transmitter to find an item up to 60 feet away. The transmitter’s radio frequency penetrates through walls, cushions, and more, so the receivers will beep and flash whether they are in another room or lost deep under the couch. Now you never have to worry about losing your keys, wallet, remote controls, or cell phone again!

This package includes: 1 transmitter, 3 key ring receivers, 3 thin receivers, 3 key ring attachments, double-sided adhesive tape, extra batteries.Click n Dig

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Add Click ‘n Dig! to your holiday wish list this Christmas. For the person in your life or yourself, who tends to lose or misplace things, your worries are over thanks to Click ‘n Dig!

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***The Giveaway***

1 winner will receive a Click ‘n Dig! Smart RF Item Finder Set (pictured above) ($50 Value)!

Giveaway is open to US Residents, ages 18+ years of age (limited to one entrant per household).

The giveaway ends on 11/20/14.

Simply follow the Rafflecopter entry form below for your chance to win. Be sure to return tomorrow to complete the daily entries

Good Luck.

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The participating bloggers were not compensated for this post. We are not associated with any of the companies named above. No purchase is necessary to enter. Void where prohibited by law. The odds of winning are based on the number of entries received Open to US Residents, 18+ only. Limit one entrant per household. Confirmed Winner(s) (by Random.org) will be contacted by email. Winner(s) have 24 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. The sponsor(s) will be responsible for product shipment to winner(s) of this giveaway. My blog is not responsible for product shipment/delivery. This event is in no way administered, sponsored, or endorsed by, or associated with, Facebook and/or Twitter, Google, Pinterest, Instagram or Klout.

This disclosure is done in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 10 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements. Entrants must only enter with either one email address, IP address and/or Facebook account, anyone found violating these rules will be disqualified. It is at the sole discretion of the admin of the giveaway if the winner has met the rules or not.

  20 Responses to “Click n’ Dig! RF Item Finder Kit Giveaway”

Comments (20)
  1. I always lose the channel switcher,my keys,and the most lost item,my favorite hair brush,I lay it down and forget where I put it,It’s frustrating!!

  2. My drivers license, old baby pacifiers, car keys and a pocket book!!

  3. we just lost the remote two days ago in our bed and still havent found it, crazy, i have lost a tablet and found it under thecouch,that was probaly the kids,lol.

  4. Keys are probably the most often lost and then found.

  5. I lost my wallet last winter and found it in the Spring when the snow melted off our front lawn.

  6. I have lost my pill holder, glasses, keys, purse, cig holder, just about anything.

  7. I would say my keys that’s a real problem. thankyou, ken

  8. This would be so needed when I am running late & can’t find, say my keys. It would cut the stress level down to nothing, in such a case.

  9. My badge gets lost frequently, this would be very helpful!

  10. You name it I’ve probably lost it. Keys once I dropped them in dumpster. Keys, Pens, credit card, remotes, and licence.

    • Your comment reminded me of when my fairly new – $250 camera went missing a few years back. I couldn’t find it anywhere and I was some fit to be tied. I asked my other half to please get the trash bag he put outside so that I could go through it – thinking it fell off my desk into the basket. He was pissy over digging through the bags to get that one I wanted – but ya know what? That’s right where the camera was.

  11. my eyeglasses and my mobile phone

  12. OH my goodness…Where should I start…my keys, my purse, my wallet, my ID, my debit card, money, my book, my phone….I’ll stop here but the list can go on and on. I lose everything!

  13. well its funny i lost my key and i looked every where was my house key a couple weeks went by and i was just looking down and there it was by my front door in the grass i was like yaa

  14. You name it-I’ve lost it! Weirdest was when I found my purse in the freezer!

  15. I have lost prescription sunglasses and later found them in a pocket in my purse.

  16. My giant key ring was found in the diaper pail where the toddler threw them in an effort to help clean.

  17. I’ve lost everything I own at least once from my keys to my socks.

  18. I lost my keys looked for them for days dumped purse out not in there. Three days later DH went to get me my purse picked it up by the bottom of the purse and felt something . Some how the keys had went in the lining of the purse to this day don’t know how had to cut the lining to get them out.

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