Handgrey KNOX Titanium Keychain

Nov 7, 2016

Category: Gear

The split ring keychain is as old as the locking door and up until now, it was just as forgettable. Handgrey, who manufacturers some of the finest titanium carabiners you’ve ever clipped on your rig, has now tackled the tried-and-tired old looped keychain with the KNOX, their take on this worn out classic.

The KNOX opens laterally which means fewer broken nails or painful pushing to try to get your keys or gear onto and off of the rings. Using grade 5 titanium, it’s meant to be with you for years while the 10-sided build means they are easier to grip for use or just pulling out of your pocket. A springy build, fewer dropped keys, and an easy use makes KNOX as convenient as it is indestructible. The stone tumbling is the cherry on top that gives KNOX its rugged, distinctive look. [Purchase]

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