neocover by jake frey
neocover by jake frey
able to hold tools as large as a hammer
invented by industrial design student jake frey, neocover (patent pending) is a standard light switch cover with a magnetic touch.
powered by super-strong rare earth neodymium magnets, neocover can grip your keys, tools or most metals with seemingly magical strength.
comes with nickel-plated key rings capable of holding up to 27 keys, enough to support everyone but the janitor or the building super.
safe to use with flashdrives, remove access keys and similar electronic products. palette-neutral white fits well with any house,
office or building-any place with four walls and a door. available in custom colors and 2, 3 and 4 switch models by request.
if you can use a screwdriver, you can install in seconds on your existing light switch fixture.
check out neocover's great buzz on the web at jakefrey.com/news.html
holds up to 27 keys
hold the mens/womens bathroom keys for corporate environments
conveniently holds your clump of keys with ease
holds your dogs leash
always keep track of your bottle opener and lighter
neocover any place with four walls and a door
Great idea. Could use one in every room in the house. Where can I buy?
Dick B. 04.11.12
Thank you! Available on neo-cover.com
this is not practical and over-priced
Mark Louro 04.11.12
Wow. Really cool. Surprised no one thought of this before. Another million dollar idea that I didn't think of! Best of luck Jake
Thomas H. 04.11.12
f*ing genius. props.
Wonderful idea. It will be useful throughout the house, not just at outside entrances. Beside keys, it's useful for tools, utensils, writing implements. bottle openers , etc. -- the applications are unlimited.
Carl Williams 04.13.12
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