Saturday, 2 September 2017

Stop Losing Your Keys & Get Stuff Done! // Xupo Review & GIVEAWAY

I don't know about you, but I waste countless hours a week searching for my keys. I'd like to blame baby brain, but Robin's one now so I don't think I can get away with that anymore. It's probably more to do with the fact that I have so many strings to my bow - I work in a school, I'm a local councillor, I run an online store, and I'm a busy mam and wife on top of all that too. I'm also one of those dreadful people that has a different bag for each job, so my poor keys are often thrown into one bag from the last in a haphazard fashion.

I'd been considering getting some sort of 'find my iPhone' tracker that was solely for my keys, but they all seemed clunky or fiddly and I honestly don't have time to faff about with things like that. Luckily, that's when Xupo came into my life. The Xupo is a really nice rounded design, and is hardly noticeable on my keyring as it's only 35mm in diameter and weighs in at just 10 grams. I've had weightier biscuits! 
My favourite feature is that as well as buzzing to help you locate your keys, it also has an LED light to help you find it. There's been plenty of times when I've dropped my keys down the side of my couch and a light would have made finding them so much easier! I'm using my Xupo for my keys, but they also have a pretty nifty feature that allows it to call your phone if you lost it, or to track it down on a little map with it's recorded GPS time stamp which works up to 50 metres!
If all of this sounds great and you'd like to win your own Xupo, then enter below!
Win a Xupo #3

The giveaway is open until 29th September, and is only open to applicants in the UK. Please note the T&Cs in the giveaway widget. The prize will be sent directly.

*Disclaimer: This post was a collaboration with Xupo. Content and all thoughts are my own.

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