We're Ordering This Contactless Door Opener For Everyone We Know

India Yaffe

If you're going out right now, you want to touch as few things as possible. That's why we're obsessed with this Contactless Door Opener ($13) that we found on Amazon. You simply attach it to your keychain, and it can be used to open door handles and push elevator buttons. Basically, it's genius, and a definite necessity in the midst of a pandemic.

Wherever you're going, you have to be conscious of what you're touching, and that's why this door opener is so brilliant. I have actively avoided places because I didn't want to touch elevator buttons, so this is going to be a perfect gadget for me, and you'll love it, too. Get one for yourself, and for everyone in your family.

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