It’s amazing how often we put things down and absent-mindedly forget about them. This little gadget isn’t quite the equivalent of strings on mittens, but when you attach the transmitter to an object, be it a phone or a backpack, as soon as you’re separated from it by a configurable distance, the receiver fob beeps to let you know. Available online, or at Home Hardware.
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