Keysy - RFID Duplicator

November 13, 2018 was the day I purchased this item and fast forward to the present day, it’s been almost 2 years I’m using Keysy and I can safely say it’s one of my many best EDC I’ve purchased.

I actually bought two of it because my best buddy wanted to get it as well and buying two was cheaper anyway. So at USD91.55 (RM395.00), it was quite a bargain for what this small little device is capable of doing and also it saves me money from paying an additional access card. *wink*

As you can see from the above photo, all Keysy comes with a writable key fob as well. Honestly, for those of you out there planning to get additional access cards for your friends or family members, this is definitely something you should consider… but of course everything has its Pros and Cons and let me share my almost-2-years experience using it.

Pros & Cons

Let’s start with the Pros. These are some of the features I like about Keysy:

  • Small and easy to carry around
  • Battery can last up to 2 months or more (depending on frequency of usage)
  • Change battery (CR2032) easily
  • Store up to 4 different cards in Keysy
  • Easily duplicate cards with just the press of a button

And here are the Cons:

  • It doesn’t support ALL RFID cards (mostly 125kHz cards only)
  • No indication when battery is weak (you might not be able to gain access into your place)
Here’s a tip – Do what I do and get yourself a strip of those RC2032 batteries (which is I bought online at only RM6.60 for 5 pcs) and like me, I usually carry a sling bag so I just make sure I keep a fresh new battery in all my bags and even in the car. That way, you won’t get stuck and have to go look for battery when it runs out.

So after almost 2 years of using Keysy, you can also see from the photos above that I have other EDCs stuck to my keychain which I will talk about it in my other EDC review.

I hope this post shed some light for those of you who has been looking for something like this and not aware that it exist. Now you know!