Orbitkey Keychain

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

In an effort to further simplify our daily lives, Orbitkey will help you love your keys again. Just another one of those daily hassles you don’t really give much thought to, keychains are not only uncomfortable, but they also scratch up your smartphones.

Orbitkey turns that uncomfortable wad of key clutter into a manageable, comfortable, new generation keychain that’s also very stylish at the same time. Constructed from your choice of either double-sided genuine leather or TPU Elastometer (durable rubber), this little gadget lets you carry up to 9 standard keys, and thanks to the locking mechanism, you can adjust the tightness of your keys (if you have less than 9). Of course some car keys won’t fit inside the Orbitkey, and that’s why the Australian design team has created a special attachment. As if this device wasn’t already awesome enough, there is also a built-in bottle opener and USB flash drive. View the video below, and check out the project on Kickstarter.

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