Formawerx Land Rover Defender Ignition Raw Key

Jan 16, 2019

Category: Gear

Formawerx made a beautifully designed raw silver key for devoted fans of the Porsche 911 last summer. Now they’re back with robust machined keys to complement vintage Land Rover Defenders for those who want the perfect ignition sword for their beloved SUV.

The Formawerx Ignition Defender Raw Key is constructed using 303 stainless steel, which is the same material used for the OEM Defender factory key. Made in America, Formawerx claims the corrosion-resistant key is virtually indestructible and built to exact factory specifications. You can choose a machined or polished finish and also request for custom engravings in the near future for a more personal touch. The sturdy key works with pre-transponder vehicles, including the Defender 90, 110, and 130, as well as their variants. You can pre-order the burly Defender key now for $250 and expect it to be sent off later this month.

Purchase: $250+

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