KeyMe is a self-service kiosk that uses an imaging technology to support duplication of hundreds of key types for home, office, mailbox, vehicle, and more. The kiosk can be linked to a mobile app that enables users to store a digital copy of their key to the cloud and print a spare when needed. In this review, we shared its available pricing options. Ready to try KeyMe? Contact their support team for more information.
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KeyMe’s pricing on vehicle keys depends on the make, model type, and year. For other key types, according to a third-party site, Brass keys cost $2.99 depending on the type, non-transponder car keys’ pricing starts at $19.99, while fob and transponder keys cost between $69.99 to $89.99.
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Check out the list below of some of KeyMe’s features:
- Duplicate hundreds of types of keys
- Duplicate Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) keys
- Variety of key designs
- Store a digital copy of keys on the cloud
- Share keys through the mobile app
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