KeySmart 2.0 Key Holder

Jul 3, 2016

Category: Gear

Once you’ve found your personalized keychain at Disney World, you’ve pretty much hit the top of Keychain Mountain. From there it’s just a lifetime of “Where’d I put my keys?”, “Why do I have so many keys?”, and “What is that jabbing my thigh? Oh it’s my keys,” moments.

If you’re ready to advance to the next level of key interaction, KeySmart might be what you’re looking for. This is a slim and compact key holder made of durable and lightweight aircraft aluminum that can hold four keys or more with an expansion pack. Hand built right here in the U.S (Chicago, Illinois), lets you swap keys at the turn of a screw, and there are a handful of accessories to choose from. Hey, maybe you can even get it personalized? [Purchase]

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