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Micro EDC Key Organizer

Micro EDC Key Organizer
$16+/3pcs.  Pledge Comment

From EDC specialist Slughaus comes the world’s smallest and lightest key organizer. The Micro lets you pack between 2 to 10 keys – more if you use an additional extender – along with a small multitool that has a bottle opener, flathead screwdriver and cutter.

Mehlville Carabiner

Mehlville Carabiner
$60  Buy Comment

Designed to work as a keyring, The James Brand’s Mehlville carabiner has a unique dual compartment construction. This lets anything attached at the bottom to be kept in place even when the latch is opened. It also has a built-in bottle opener/pry screw.

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MSTR Linx Key Rings

MSTR Linx Key Rings
$65+  Pledge Comment

MSTRMND Collective’s MSTR Linx is a set of key rings that have a simple but brilliant quick release system. Each key ring has a notch that allows one to pass through the other when positioned perpendicularly. The key rings come in three different sizes.

Orbitkey Ring

Orbitkey Ring
$13+  Pledge Comment

No more pinched fingers and chipped nails. Orbitkey’s Ring is a keyring that uses an inner lock that’s easy to open yet still secure. To insert a key, simply squeeze the outer ring then rotate the inner ring until it reveals the gap.


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