Jake Frey, a 3rd year Industrial Design student at Philadelphia University, came up with a great product to make sure you never lose your keys: the magnetic switch cover.
A standard size switch cover plate with a high power magnet incorporated in the back, so the user can drop their keys when they turn the lights on and come into a room.
Just make sure you don't have a USB key on your keyring.
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