Submitted by wcalvin on Wed, 2013-06-26 18:18
That stylish black Tesla keyfob is hard to identify in purse or pocket--or when dropped on dark-colored interiors. And it is slippery enough to worm its way out of your pocket. It needs a tether.
And the bottom of the fob has just the right hole for one of the waxed cord loops--but the slots do not work well with the usual split ring or keychain.
What the Tesla fob needs is the Nikon wrist strap for very small cameras.
People who wear belts (or at least have belt loops) can loop the wrist strap around it to keep the fob from wandering very far, yet have it at hand when a button push is needed. Unlike tethering key rings, the fob's tether need not reach very far and so does not need a retractor.
And when Baby swallows the cute black thing, you or the EMT can probably hook the wrist strap with a finger to retrieve it. YMMV.
Perhaps Tesla could buy in quantity (maybe 10 cents?) and provide?