A ridiculously teensy keychain tool that pops open bottles, cuts boxes, prys paint can lids, sparks flint, turns flat blade screws, and more. Available in stainless steel, titanium, or a limited-edition damascus steel.
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.
A cool spin on Swiss Army style key organizers, this one is made from durable, lightweight carbon fiber. It provides quick and easy access, and includes all the screws and spacers needed to handle between 1 and 16 flat keys. Also doubles as a stand for smartphones.
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.
Go Forth Goods’ simple and rugged keychain offers keeps your keys organized on a sturdy nickel-finish brass ring, attached to a fish hook shaped clip perfect for attaching to your belt loop. Comes with a black leather GFG logo tag. Save 26% in The Awesomer Shop.