KeyMe allows users to take a picture of their apartment or house key and, in the event of losing their keys, having a new one delivered. As of Wednesday, KeyMe is offering same-day delivery of keys in Manhattan, with other cities to come soon.
The service is available both for homes and businesses, and the delivery feature includes a one-hour option, costing $59 for one key. In addition, members can store a digital copy of their key at 7-Eleven locations through Manhattan.
After seeing such a positive response to our kiosk offering in New York and our mobile app nationwide, we are upping the ante and offering our Manhattan neighbors a same-day key delivery service, which means no more hanging around on your stoop in the rain or paying through the nose just to get into your apartment or office when you get locked out,” said Greg Marsh, CEO of KeyMe. “We’re kicking off in Manhattan, but this is a service that we will bring to cities across the country very shortly. KeyMe is all about easing the stress of dealing with your keys.
Here’s a video demonstration: