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A "flip" key is a car key that folds up into two parts when not in use, making it easier to store in a pocket or bag. It is so called because it "flips" or folds up for easier storage.


Flip keys often have a button that allows the key blade to pop out, which can then be inserted into the car's ignition switch. When the key is not in use, it can be folded up to protect it and make it more compact.


Flip keys are common in many modern cars, especially in high-end car models, as they offer a stylish and practical design. They are also often equipped with additional functions, such as buttons to control the locking and unlocking functions of the doors remotely, as well as other convenience features such as opening the trunk or triggering the alarm. the car.


However, as with all modern car keys, flip keys can be expensive to replace if lost or damaged. It is therefore important to take care of the key and protect it from damage or loss.

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