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    Having to carry multiple key fobs ( one for my car and my wife's) in your pocket is cumbersome to say the least. If this isn't a feature of the watch, someone dropped the ball and if it doesn't exists, I wish I had the aptitude to put this all together.

    Wayne
    05-15-2015 02:17 AM
  2. HankAZ said: Best Answer

    Having to carry multiple key fobs ( one for my car and my wife's) in your pocket is cumbersome to say the least. If this isn't a feature of the watch, someone dropped the ball and if it doesn't exists, I wish I had the aptitude to put this all together.

    Wayne
    I only carry the one for the car that I am driving. My wife has a huge suitcase of a purse, and she, too, only carries the key for the car she is driving at the time. I don't see it as that big of an issue. One does not have to carry every key that they own at all times.

    Even with that said, I am sure there is some proprietary code involved with duplicating the "electronic" keys/keyfobs. Even if there was a "generic" version for all GM cars or all Hondas, for example, they would need to be programmed for he specific vehicle by the dealer. Otherwise, I would see this as a license to steal any car of your choosing.
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    If it's not there yet I'm sure it will be soon. Personally, even if there were an app, I'd carry keys.


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    05-15-2015 02:43 AM
  4. HankAZ's Avatar
    Having to carry multiple key fobs ( one for my car and my wife's) in your pocket is cumbersome to say the least. If this isn't a feature of the watch, someone dropped the ball and if it doesn't exists, I wish I had the aptitude to put this all together.

    Wayne
    I only carry the one for the car that I am driving. My wife has a huge suitcase of a purse, and she, too, only carries the key for the car she is driving at the time. I don't see it as that big of an issue. One does not have to carry every key that they own at all times.

    Even with that said, I am sure there is some proprietary code involved with duplicating the "electronic" keys/keyfobs. Even if there was a "generic" version for all GM cars or all Hondas, for example, they would need to be programmed for he specific vehicle by the dealer. Otherwise, I would see this as a license to steal any car of your choosing.
    05-15-2015 10:15 AM

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