Want to make light of the fact that you drive a Toyota Yaris? Slap a windup key on that puppy and call it a hybrid. The windup key comes in two models, stationary and moving. The moving version needs 12-volts from your car.
- High strength 6061 aluminum, welded at important joints.
- Industrial quality gearmotor or stepper motor mounted inside the key’s shaft (nothing bulky is mounted below the base plate).
- Drive shaft supported with extra ball bearing.
- Non-motorized versions use ball bearings.
- Stainless steel fasteners with locking nuts and/or tamper-resistant heads.
- Thermal fuse to protect motor and circuitry in case the key gets stuck.
- Standard finish is powder coated “sparkle silver” which is similar to the finish on most alloy wheels.
- Designed to not require drilling holes. Some vehicles may require holes to be drilled under some piece of trim that can later covered by stock trim.