The NeoCover magnetic plate provides a convenient place to hang lightweight metal objects that seem to always go missing despite one's best efforts to put them in a secure place.
Invented by Jake Frey, the light switch cover replaces standard light plates with one made from neodymium magnets that is capable of holding anything from keys and flash drives to a hammer. When coming home and flipping on a light, one can also stick their keys, or other small items that seem to always be MIA, in a place where they will be easily found.
It comes in white as a standard color option, but other hues are available. Two, three and four-switch models can also be custom built to order for more intensive lighting needs.
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The NeoCover Magnetic Plate Attracts Metal Objects
By: Sarah Moore - Published: Apr 17, 2012 • References: fancy