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  1. Join Date
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    #41
    keys versus push start.
    it's a personal choice, in my opinion.

    but i must agree. there is no such thing as "fool-proof". there are always fools that are fooler beyond expectation.

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    #42
    Quote Originally Posted by minicarph View Post
    are you familiar with rfids? i studied it kasi isa yan sa mga tarbaho ko sa isang malaking gorcery store sa US, ianalyze ko system implementstion, now rfids are also being used in credit cards, cards, check nyo credit cards kung tipong meron parang wifi logo dyan , contactless card na yan meaning you can pay wirelessly, 2 years abdami. a steal ng credit card numbers by simply lalapit lang sya malapit sa pocket mo with a device. so how is it safe if the game of the future is digital theft. mas delikado nga yan kasi contact less na yan, if a determined group of coders code a stealer na i record lahat ng bumaba sa parking lot with rfid fobs. they can steal whatever inside your car without breaking any window or the whole car itself without any untoward incident.

    lets take for example sa gym, FIntess first to be exact. there was a time when fitness first used card systems sa locker, kung san mo lagay cards mo wallet mo etc. ngaun nag-shift na ang FF sa orisnary standard keys coz may nawawalab eh parang ghost. who knows who did it inside job meaning disgruntled employees or somebody duplicated the magneitic film data.

    my point babalik at babalik pa din ang isang establishment sa keys lalo na kung wala eto dedicated security to guard the electronic secuirty system like sa mga hotels. eh satin car owners, sino nagbabantay,
    As I said... Safety and Conveneince...

    Pero primarily, safety. Faster you get into the car and go, the better.

    Kung harangin ka naman, let them take your car... At least makalayo sila konti bago mamatay engine. Enough time to go to a safe place.

    As for the RFID credit cards... No idea how a small time criminal can find a reader for it... You'll be safe unless you attend Defcon at Las Vegas.

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    sorry for the OT.

    I find it sad na pati Fitness First dyan nagkakawalan ng gamit... I don't even keep my clothes and shoes sa loob ng gym locker ko... Wallet, phone, wedding ring and clean UW lang.

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    #43
    Quote Originally Posted by ice15 View Post
    As I said... Safety and Conveneince...

    Pero primarily, safety. Faster you get into the car and go, the better.

    Kung harangin ka naman, let them take your car... At least makalayo sila konti bago mamatay engine. Enough time to go to a safe place.

    As for the RFID credit cards... No idea how a small time criminal can find a reader for it... You'll be safe unless you attend Defcon at Las Vegas.

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    sorry for the OT.

    I find it sad na pati Fitness First dyan nagkakawalan ng gamit... I don't even keep my clothes and shoes sa loob ng gym locker ko... Wallet, phone, wedding ring and clean UW lang.
    hassle, i sometimes push it too hard to the point na nag dodouble click, then when i get out, tumutunog, minsan gusto ko pa yung conventional car keys...

    sa gym i just bring my bag always

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    #44
    ang lakas sa lakas mo na kasi eh, tapos ang mama-muscle pa ng finger mo kaya para ka si Arnold Schwarzenegger, lahat ng hawakan pwede masira

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    #45
    Quote Originally Posted by ice15 View Post
    As I said... Safety and Conveneince...

    Pero primarily, safety. Faster you get into the car and go, the better.

    Kung harangin ka naman, let them take your car... At least makalayo sila konti bago mamatay engine. Enough time to go to a safe place.

    As for the RFID credit cards... No idea how a small time criminal can find a reader for it... You'll be safe unless you attend Defcon at Las Vegas.

    ***
    sorry for the OT.

    I find it sad na pati Fitness First dyan nagkakawalan ng gamit... I don't even keep my clothes and shoes sa loob ng gym locker ko... Wallet, phone, wedding ring and clean UW lang.
    syempre alam narin criminals yan; so sasabihin sakin akin na keyfob mo lol

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    #46
    Last year, December, when we were at the province with our family car, Mitsubishi Adventure out of nowhere it had mechanical glitch on ignition key sometimes It can't be turned, chambahan lang. So im the driver lagi dapat mauna para matest, imagine when the car was parked under the sun. In this case, mechanical doesn't mean its bullet proof/more reliable.

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    #47
    My car has push start button and I love it.

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    #48
    Quote Originally Posted by minicarph View Post
    ... lately pag pinu-push ko yun button parang kelangan diinan ...
    those push buttons do not require higher pressure for the contacts to close harder ... hindi sila kagaya ng door-bell push button switches (yung bilog na doorbel button)


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    #49
    So if the car you're purchasing comes with push button start. Papatangal mo?


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    Quote Originally Posted by shadow View Post
    So if the car you're purchasing comes with push button start. Papatangal mo?


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    yun laang

    baka deal breaker na sa iba bro. di na nila bilhin kasi baka maging es2pid sila nyahaha!

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