dealslock de-icer keychain - put the heat on frozen…

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I wish I had one of these a few weeks ago when my locks were frozen. I ended up having to stick my car key in my coffee for a couple of minutes to get it to melt the ice in there.

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What car made in the last 13 years does not have key-less entry? If your car is 13 years old, I think a de-icer is the least of your worries.

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@stv6669: I would have to disagree with you. My 98 Nissan that runs great, is well maintained, get's 32 MPG, and comes with no car payment does not cause me any worries.

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@stv6669: And don't forget campers, RVs, et al have locks that can freeze up, as well.

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@stv6669: Or, if you have a newer car, say a 2007 Saab, and lost your key FOB, and it costs a week's work to replace it, this would be good to have.

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@stv6669: classic cars baby, can't get that style nowadays!

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@bigburito: You leave your classic car outside of a garage?

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@denisuja: You lost your keys so you bought this....cool?

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@jmattoon: Almost all 98 nissans had keyless entry. What model did you get that didn't have it?

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Use some thought on where you plan to keep one. In your vehicle with the frozen locks = fail.

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@stv6669: 98 Nissan sentra base model. I also owned a 01 sentra base model that did not have key less entry.

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A duplicate of this deal was posted several hours after I posted this one. I tattled it and it looks as though someone else might have tattled it as well, but it's still out there. The interesting thing is that someone posted on that one a suggestion that using spray hand sanitizer works well to de-ice frozen locks. I thought I would pass that along in case anyone finds the need to do this before your lock de-icer arrives!