Since we moved, one thing we are super thrilled about is having an attached garage. It is great (when it is clean) you can keep your cars warm and snow-free, and I am shocked at how often we use it as our main door for entering and leaving the house.
Chamberlain’s Universal Garage Door Mini Remotes received.
One time when it is not so great is when we leave thru the garage for a walk or bike ride, we don’t want to take the garage door opener from the car – it will never be returned and it’s a bit bulky, and the keys are a nuisance (at least mine are because for some reason I have like 50 keys on there).
That’s why we are excited about the Chamberlain’s Universal Garage Door Mini Remote. We have used some other products from Chamberlain in the past with very positive results, so we were excited to see how the Mini Remotes worked.
The Chamberlain Mini Garage Remote is about the size of an automotive key fab and fits easily in a pocket and works just like your regular garage door opener you have in your car.
This Mini Remote is perfect for “on the go.” Take it with you anywhere and you can feel safe that your house is secure and you have easy access to get back in easily. This Mini Remote has two buttons on it, so you can set it up to control 2 doors, or you can also set it up to work with other MyQ lights, gates and more.
The Mini Remotes from Chamberlain work with just about every garage opener made after 1993 and programming is a cinch. It literally takes about 2 minutes to setup a new remote. Simply enter program mode by holding down the bottom button on your remote and then press the learn button on your opener and shortly after that you are good to go.
There are so many different uses for your Chamberlain Mini Remote, between you, your spouse, kids, & family there are tons of ways that the Mini Remote can improve your life. They are available online and at just about every retail store that sells garage door openers. Coming in at under $50 bucks they are well worth the investment for everything they offer.
We use ours all the time, how will you use yours?
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