Let me start out with saying that I was part of the original Kickstarter and paid only around $50 or so for my Everykey.
It took several years before I finally got my hands on my Everykey, but it feels solid and the accessories I got for it(keychain holder and wrist band) feel well made.
At first, I couldn't get the Everykey to pair at all with any device, and it wasn't until recently that I was able to use the Everykey for anything more than just unlocking my work computer.
They added several updates that enable a person to import all of their passwords from another password manager such as LastPass, KeePass, etc.
I gave it a shot and imported my LastPass passwords and WOW. What a massive difference! Once it had all my passwords, it now logs into them incredibly fast!
It isn't a perfect device, but due to issues with Windows 10, after some tweaks it gets a lot better.
The major thing I noticed when I first started using my EveryKey was that it constantly logged me out of my work computer while I was still using it.
It turned out that Windows 10 by default turns off USB ports and Bluetooth devices whenever it feels like it needs to save power(probably to help battery life on a laptop), however Windows 10 does this on desktops and laptops(even if they are plugged in).
So in order to fix this, you have to open Device Manager and uncheck a box that says "allow windows to turn this device off to save power".
This is how you do that:
Hold Windows key down and press X on your keyboard.
Then click on device manager.
IF you have built in Bluetooth, click the arrow next to Bluetooth in device manager.
It will show all Bluetooth devices on your computer.
Right click on each one and click properties until you find one that has a Power Management tab. Click on the power management tab.
Uncheck "allow the computer to turn off this device to save power".
If you are using a Bluetooth dongle, you will have to either figure out which USB hub listed in Device Manager your Bluetooth dongle is connected to(basically trial and error going through each USB hub device and unchecking and confirming over and over), or you can just click on the arrow next to Universal Serial Bus Controllers to show all your USB hubs.
Right click of the devices shown and click properties, again looking for Power Management tab. Uncheck "allow the computer to turn off this device to save power" for every USB hub shown.
After doing this the Everykey becomes an awesome tool that auto signs into your websites and unlocks your computer with one click.