This article is a collaboration with Chamberlain. All opinions are our own.
Our household is gearing up for our busiest season – back to school! Between events for work, school, sports, and other extra-curricular activities – we can all be going in many different directions at once.
This means we’ll be toting around many different bags, items, equipment, snacks, water bottles, and more that together become a never-ending pile by the garage door. And speaking of garage doors – this is where I slow myself down on every trip.
My most misplaced items are always the garage door openers. It’s entirely my fault. I pull them out of our vehicles to have on hand when I take a walk or because I need to change the battery. But with this Chamberlain Remote, at least I’m only on the hunt for one when I’ve placed it around the house or in the bottom of my purse!
The Chamberlain Universal Garage Door Remote (KLIK3U) has two buttons and can be used with two different garage door manufacturers or frequencies. You can also program one or both of the buttons for use with Chamberlain gate operators. With one convenient remote for two operations, it’s easy to streamline your garage door operating system.
For us, this has been a great item to have for easily programming our garage door, and other entrances where we help relatives out from time to time.
We originally received these as Father’s Day Gifts – and they do make a great present for dad any time of year!
It would also be great for that college student heading out to their own off-campus home for the first time! They can operate the garage and gate at home and their away-from-home, home with one device. Put that on your list! So don’t forget about the student in your life – they definitely need all the time and energy saving tips and items they can get at this busy time in life.
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