Where's the widget.
I tested my key-bag by trying to get into my Dodge while stood next to it - I couldn't.
So it lives in the bag in the house - and naked in my pocket when I go out.
Electric boot releases are all well and good until you disconnect the battery and shut the boot. And the battery is in the boot . . . the Dodge does have jump start connections under the bonnet, but I dropped the rear seats, crawled through, pulled the nice big glow-in-the-dark exit handle and climbed out . . .
Handbook too- I think 7.2
BTW- does nobody know how to write a handbook ? They tell you guff you don't need to know - where the speedo is, how many gears it's got - but bury the stuff you do need in random sections . At the front of a handbook should be tyre pressures , wheel changing and , in the MX5 ,book - how to get into the boot if you are an idiot
I have a big Stihl strimmer with a 200page , multilingual handbook. What is the one thing you need to do on a strimmer? Replace the nylon strimming line , correct . So is 'replacement ' or 'line ' even in the index? Nah and the text is in 3 separate sections , indexed under something else - I curse the bastards responsible very time the line runs out (as obviously, being an idiot , I can never remember)
John - You have proved that Faraday Bags do work - not scientifically but empirically! Further to that you have proved the theory that sh*t does in fact occur in many, many ways.
Depending on the situation wielding a large percussive instrument while loudly shouting f*ck it does work.
Reminder to myself (a) Don't purchase a Faraday Bag (b) If purchased leave at home when driving.
And now a demand for 60 quid for overstaying my 2 hour limit at the services, bloodsucking b*****s .
Must dash -time to research some case law....