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Today sees the official “Distributors” launch of the all new TK100

 

“One key One head. No more headaches. One batteryless that does all” key system from KeyLine we have been given exclusive info which we can reveil ahead of tomorrows official industry wide launch.

 

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Dear Lee French,

 

KeyLine S.p.A. has today introduced TK100, a revolutionary all-in-one electronic

head for cloning all type of fixed code transponders (TK5-TK24), Texas crypto

transponders (TK40), and Philips crypto 2nd generation transponders (TK60).

 

“TK100 is our most advanced technology in a revolutionary all-in-one electronic

head at an unbelievable price”, said Massimo Bianchi, KeyLine CEO. “TK100

introduces a new category of devices that will allow our users to clone almost

85% of car transponders with a single device in a much more intuitive and easy

way than ever before”. It is a magical device, a one-does-it-all electronic head

that is surpassing once again market expectations, which permits to its users to

spectacularly minimize their stocking costs, to maximize their value with a forever

lasting electronic head, with no margin error thanks to its rewritable feature. For

the first time in decades we give our partner the chances to do more with less,

and to simplify it, we convert dreams and desires into reality”.

 

TK100 features next-generation batteryless electronic head. Every TK100 is

automatically reprogrammable according to end users needs, dramatically more

interactive thanks to its rewritable options.

KeyLine next generation TK100 all-in-one electronic head is working with all fixed

code transponders (TK5-TK24), all Texas and all Crypto transponders (TK40), and all Philips crypto 2nd generation transponders (TK60).

 

Through Bianchi 884, Keyline TK100 will be automatically synchronized with the

car key that is about to be cloned, giving to end users no error margins.

 

With TK100, 884 end-users would substitute KeyLine TK23, TK24, TK40, and

TK60 and could also have an alternative for TK5.

 

Continuing KeyLine dedication to design and creating standardised products,

each TK100 head will be shaped to be fully compatible with all KeyLine

horseshoes.

 

TK100 Marketing Box

 

 

KeyLine released today a new Software Development Kit for 884. By the end of

November we will release a FREE OF CHARGE update for our NEW TK100

feature. To facilitate the updating procedure, we have added RK60 remote control

functions to the same update. You will soon receive a list of vehicles that can be

cloned with RK60.

 

“884 is more than a simple cloning device, it is much more” highlighted Mr.

Massimo Bianchi. “It is not about tech only. It is a 24 months project that started

in late 2008 with first designing of the Decryptor and came through 884, RK60

remote controls, and now TK100. It is software design, hardware concept, and

talented people working together. It is the complete solution. There is no one else

who offers you a stand alone device that will last more than 5 years, which is

expandable for future development, who offers you one shape key head and

endless compatible horse shoes, who allows you to clone remote controls for the

first time in history, and who gives you an all-in-one electronic head, a rewritable

and batteryless key head that does it all.

I am pretty sure you have already made your choice and you are ready to conquer

the transponder market with 884. This is what we expect from you, this is our

newborn kid, I am sure you will love it as much as we do”.

 

Tk100 Availability

 

TK100 will be available worldwide at the end of November. For more info please

visit KeyLine website at www.keyline.it or contact your local distributor for any

additional requests and pricing details

 

SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT KIT UPDATE TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

Massimo Bianchi

Managing Director KeyLine S.p.A.

http://www.keyline.it

 

BrochureTK100 Brochure[1].pdf.pdf]

 

Original ReleaseTK100 LEE FRENCH.pdf

TK100 will change the industry. Demostration in Manchester this week end.

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we can reveil ahead of tomorrows official industry wide launch.

 

What a coup! Just goes to show how well regarded the forum is as the industry's leading source of information.

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With one batteryless key you can do 85 percent of car keys.

 

You can substitute jma tpx1, tpx2, tpx3 tp05, and silca eh2, ehp and t5.

 

Can you believe that now you just need ONE.)???

 

With one key head you don t need inventory. So you save costs and money.

 

For cloning there is no better option than tk100 and 884. You just need these two.

 

You simply save money and this is great for all who have problems with stock and bad inventory...

 

TK100_HORSESHOEGUIDE.pdf

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Is it possible to program on to the tpx1, tpx2, tpx3 tp05, and silca eh2, ehp and t5 at all with the 884?

 

Lee

 

 

884 works only with KeyLine technology. What I meant is that today JMA, SILCA and all other cloning machines need one particular key head for different technology. It was the same with keyline, till TODAY.

 

From tonight we have announce that you need only ONE TK100 that can work with all technologies. If you have to clone a texas crypto you use TK100. If then it comes to clone ID46 car key you still need TK100. if you are cloning ficed code transponders again TK100. it automaticcally program itself to work with different technology...884 does it automatically...you just buy a TK100 and wait for your customers to come..

 

And of course it is rewritable and batteryless. It completely changes the way for cloning.

 

you simply CLONE IT YOUR WAY. You decide what to do and your inventory costs will disappear because you simply need one instead of many

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TK100 and RK60 will work only with 884. That's the machine of the next decade.

 

for pricing details you can ask your keyline distributor.

 

davenport, citysafe, northwest and gluelines.

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I've been told the tk60's are going to be in the region of £23 so with the blade your going to be looking at mid 20's so there are certainly going to be more profitable alternatives out there.

 

The beauty will be in minimum stock, ease of use, one price fits all & a system anyone can understand!

 

I guess we will have to wait for early feedback from users before making a verdict.

I don't think the remote heads have been released yet??

 

Lee

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y Lee » Tue Nov 09, 2010 2:01 pm

 

I've been told the tk60's are going to be in the region of £23 so with the blade your going to be looking at mid 20's so there are certainly going to be more profitable alternatives out there.

 

The beauty will be in minimum stock, ease of use, one price fits all & a system anyone can understand!

 

seems to me too much money - when Z4C's are only £6 and TPX2's only £8-50 then when we can all use the MVPpro with tokens which are about £7-50 this need s to be a lot cheaper for it to be competitive!

maybe the remote bit might make it more interesting!

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I can't believe my luck! The Bianchi Family has given me a Christmas present! or more over Keyline have put there money where their mouth is & sent me an 884 Ultegra to use.

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Any one who knows me well, knows I talk! if somethings good, I'll sell it. If somethings bad, I'll warn who I can about it. so I'd like to say a hearty thank you to the Bianchi family for this most generous of gifts. I've literally just opened the box, so haven't tried it out yet. Two early observations.

 

1. the romotes feel really nice & on a par with any original manufacturers quality.

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2. The 884 Ultegra is tiny!

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I'll enjoy getting to grips with the new tk100 heads & rk60 remotes.

 

Any questions on this product from an end user, rather than a supplier let me know!

 

Lee

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