Are you constantly misplacing your keys? Well Calliugraphuck’s “Where the F**k are my Keys?” keychain is guaranteed not to help with that, but it is guaranteed to give you a good laugh once you find them. They should partner up with the guys at Tile to make a version that’s actually useful.
A value-priced alternative to the spendy Gatekeeper, this oversized carabiner-style clip offers three hanging points for keys, and has a built-in utility knife. It’s made from stainless steel and aluminum, and its buckle offers a high-elasticity spring tested to 10,000 uses. Available with orange or green accents.
Unlike other compact key organizers, Screwpop’s design requires no tools to open. Adding and removing keys is as easy as unhooking its stretchy O-rings. Its body made from durable CNC machined aluminum, holds up to 24 keys, and includes a bottle opener blade.
A specialized multitool for users of GoPro and other compatible action cameras, the pocket-sized Quist offers several functions in one accessory: tripod, MicroSD card holder, lens remover, screw tightener, carabiner, keychain, and its screw head doubles as a bottle opener.
This aluminum and zinc alloy keychain or belt-worn tool lets you carry up to six hex bits. Its interior compartment is waterproof, and its magnetic tip securely holds a bit for driving. You can also adjust its dividers to hold other items like pills, toothpicks, or emergency cash.
A sturdy and handsome keyring that’s perfect for clipping them onto a belt loop or your bag. It’s made from 100% titanium with a rough, stonewashed finish, and offers two different positions for hanging keys. Measures 2.5″ x 1.25″ x 0.2″ and weighs just 14 grams.
Pluginz teamed up with Marshall to produce a series of officially-licensed wall-mount key racks which look like the fronts of their famed amplifiers. Like their other Jack Racks, your keys hang from 1/4″ audio plugs, but these are embellished with the Marshall “M” logo.
We love the retro style of these fun pop culture key tags from Etsy seller AllThingsHipAndCool. Choose from the Overlook Hotel, Camp Hero, Shady Pines retirement home, and more – in lots of different colors. They’re very reasonably priced and make a great gift for anyone.
If you’d rather not use keychains to carry your keys, check out Magnetikeys. Each of these unique keys has a pair of magnets so you can snap it to another Magnetikey. It comes with a hub that lets you rotate up to four keys. It will initially be released in KW1 and SC1 standards.
Arktype’s Paracord Magnet Keychain (PMK) is made from handwoven paracord and has a slim magnetic clasp that lets you access the keyring without unhooking the rest of the keychain. You simply snap the ring section back in when you’re done. It’s available in five colors.
KeyClip combines a wallet, key ring, and tools in one. It can hold 8 cards, 4 keys or a combo of keys and add-on tools like a bottle opener or a USB drive. Its omnidirectional light emits a cool green glow around its acrylic edge. Variants available without the light starting at $60.
Etsy store 1Up Forge makes key holders using the controller connectors of old video game consoles, such as the NES, the Atari 2600 and the PlayStation. Attach the male connector to your keyring then stick it in the proper port to secure it. They could use more polish though.