Keeping Liftmaster Convenient


Garage door remotes with visor clips are so convenient. Just pull up to your garage, click the remote on your visor, and you are in. I realized when the clip broke off mine, that convenience is easily lost.  After it broke, I put the remote in the cup holder thinking it would still be  readily available, but we coffee drinkers need somewhere to put our coffee. Thus the garage door opener is thrown to the side and convenience is lost! Causing fumbling and havoc inside the car.

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Liftmaster has provided a solution to that problem we could have- the 890MAX. This mini remote replaces all 80, 370, and 970 series remotes and can be programmed to operate up to 3 garage doors or gates. No more worrying about losing our remotes in our car because this remote is the perfect size to have on your keychain, in your purse, or even in your pocket. Another convenient feature of this remote is the Security+2.0™ rolling code technology which prevents anything from interfering with the signal between your remote and your garage door. This lengthens the distance your remote is effective from.

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