If you find yourself losing or misplacing your keys all the time, a new “digital keychain”could be for you. Five “KeyMe” kiosks have popped up in convenience stores in Manhattan, offering New Yorkers a back up in the event they need a key made in a pinch. These key-keepers are going up in five 7-Eleven stores across Manhattan this week. KeyMe is looking to solve that problem with self-service kiosks that store a digital copy of your key. If your key gets lost, just head back to a KeyMe kiosk and get a new one, day or night. Storing a key with KeyMe is for free. The cost of creating a physical key when you’re locked out is $19.99. The kiosks can also create on-the-spot duplicates of keys, charging $3.49 for basic brass keys and $5.99 for novelty keys.