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C-Car Car Finding Gadget Found by Geeks and Guys

C-Car Car Finding Gadget Found by Geeks and Guys

Cyberguys and X-tremegeek Catalogs add C-Car from Lancetta

Austin, TX, November 29, 2004 – Texas based Lancetta, Inc.’s first product, the C-Car car finding key chain, has been added to the Christmas/Winter print and web catalogs of Cyberguys and X-tremegeek. The catalogs are mailed to computer and gadget lovers nationwide and have a combined annual circulation in the millions.

Initially released in mid September, the C-Car is simple to use and designed to help shoppers and others find their vehicles in big crowded parking lots. The key chain fits easily in a pocket or handbag and operates without batteries, electricity, antennas, or Global Positioning Systems (GPS’s). Using simple magnetism, and the earth’s magnetic field, the patent-pending C-Car records relative positioning and direction between any two objects.

Outdoor sports enthusiasts, teachers, Boy and Girl scouts, hikers, campers and many others can all use the C-Car and will appreciate the high impact plastic construction, simplicity of use and affordable price of just $4.95 MSRP. C-Car key chains can be special ordered with custom imprinting of your company logo, product, mascot, or any other artwork.

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About Lancetta, Inc.
Lancetta, Inc., www.Lancetta-inc.com located in Austin, TX, is a product development company comprised of experienced scientists and technologists focusing on the development of low cost consumer products. Lancetta is currently expanding and welcomes investment, distribution and representation inquiries.

Contact:
FUEL Marketing and Sales
Michael Romanies
m2romanies@att.net
(512) 970-2694

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