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Waterproof keysence fob?

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Well it happend. One of our keysence fobs made it into our clothes washing machine. As soon as I found it, I threw it into a bag of rice.. I then carried the bag into my garage and sure enough keysence was still working. At this point I'm just leaving it in the rice to pull as much moisture out as possible. Has anyone else tested the waterproofness of these keyfobs yet?
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If it is really $300 or so for a new fob then it may make sense to order the key sense so you have a 3rd fob from the start. Key sense gets you another fob for much cheaper than having to get one later.

Great point cue003, I wish I had thought of that when I ordered mine! I didn't get the Key Sense option because I no longer have young drivers but now that you mention it ... Kathy and I do keep our vehicles long enough that we almost always need at least one total replacement $200-$300 FOB (lost or drowning) and about twice more per vehicle we get by with just replacing the plastic case only (transferring the circuit board over ourselves). Darn! :crying: Haha!
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