Invents Company Now Launching "Magnetic Chip", Keeping Users Out Of Lost And Found Departments

This new design, called the Magnetic Chip, locates car keys, cellular phones, wallets and other vital items. The technology used in the device has replaced anxiety and frustrated searches, locating items with little effort.

Getting ready for work and school in the morning can be a harrowing, rushed ordeal- especially if one can't find the car keys or cellular phone! One way to keep track of those commonly misplaced items is with the Magnetic Clip. A specially designed locator system for personal items, the Magnetic Chip provides an effective way to keep track of car keys, cellular phones, wallets, remote controls, and other such items.

The Magnetic Chip includes a frequency generator, amplifier, internal antenna, and the required electrical/electronic components and circuitry encased within a durable plastic housing. Power is supplied by internally contained batteries. The Magnetic Chip transmitting unit is a small device that can be easily carried on a person or attached to an object. The corresponding receiver(s) are small, rectangular or circular shaped “chips” that are easily adhered directly to personal items. An integrated range sensor incorporated into the design of the Magnetic Chip is programmed to audibly identify where an item is. One receiver or multiple receiver units can be included in the Magnetic Chip package. The receiver chips have a heavy duty magnetic fastener for securing the chip to metal surfaces. Also, a simple spring loaded clip or comparable fastener can be included for use in attaching the device to non-metal items. Televised test marketing has been completed indicating an exceptional consumer interest in the Magnetic Chip.

"Anyone who has spent minutes (which felt like hours) searching for car keys or other mandatory items will benefit from the Magnetic Chip. It works!"

Isabel Vasquez, Inventor

The Patent Pending Magnetic Chip was invented by Isabel Vasquez of Houston, TX, who said, “Compact in size, the Magnetic Chip has a push button switch for use in deactivating the device when the lost item has been found, or the alarm can automatically disengage when one returns within a designated perimeter. This perimeter can be programmed to various range settings, such as 5 feet, 10 feet, 15 feet or beyond, with the internal alarm programmed to sound when the transmitter and receiver are separated at the set distances.”

EDITOR’S NOTE: Development of this product is being handled by Invents Company. For more information about licensing or sale, contact the Licensing Department at Invents Company, 450 7th Avenue, Suite #1107 New York, NY 10123. Tel: 212-620-2629