Swivel Keywallet

Oct 7, 2015

Category: Gear

It’s time for us to officially leave our old keyrings behind, especially since there has been an influx of key organizers that have hit the market this year. The newest key organizer to come across our desk is the Swivel Keywallet.

The small device allows you to swing open your keys with a gentle swipe of your finger across the top, allowing you to access your keys as needed. It uses neodymium magnets and a stainless steel locking pin to keep your keys in place. It has a clean anodized aluminum design that holds four to six standard keys, but it also has a built in bottle opener. The device will virtually eliminate the bulk that you typically get when using a keyring. It’s available in five different colors, including silver, black, copper, gunmetal and solid brass. It’s available now on Kickstarter for an early backer price of $27, with optional laser engraving available. [Purchase]

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