The perfect way for gamers to keep their keychains in check, the Keytendo looks like the face of Nintendo’s classic 8-bit console, and holds onto keys using keyfobs that look like joystick connectors. The cartridge door opens to provide a small storage space too.
This is actually a key ring for key rings because it doesn’t come with the braided cable. That said, it looks great, is durable and doubles as a bottle opener. Available in raw stainless steel, black stainless steel or brass.
Combining a key organizer with a locking knife, the Mini Q might just be the ultimate EDC. Holds up to four keys (eight with extensions). Choose from bottle opener, drop point and anteater utility blades, and aluminum, brass or titanium.
An electronic multi-gadget that packs eight functions in one cubic inch. The WonderCube has a microUSB or Lightning cable, an LED flashlight, an microSD card reader, a microsuction phone stand and a 9v battery emergency charging port.
A stylish and modular key organizer. The Key Caddy has a Swiss army knife-style attachment for keys and its optional accessories: a bottle opener/screwdriver and USB drive. It also has a keyring hole for keys that won’t fit.
Panny is a keychain that prevents your keys from scratching the other items in your bag or pocket. It has four labeled key slots, and you have the option to add a string and shackle, a clip or a complementary flash drive.
Cable locks on bikes are for boobs, and we think the same logic applies to keys. If you don’t want a flimsy keychain ruining your delicate ecosystem of keys and keychain toys, why not try something more toothy, like this mighty mini U Lock? Yup.