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    Keychains: What's on yours?

    What do you have on your keychain? I have keys, bottle opener, decorative lanyard, clip, and a memento. I'm looking to expand, and I'm thinking, what's on yours? Pics are always great.

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    Keys. I'd love to make my key ring smaller, no way I'd do something to purposely make it bigger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianStraps View Post
    Keys. I'd love to make my key ring smaller, no way I'd do something to purposely make it bigger.
    You need one of these then.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ro63rto View Post
    You need one of these then.
    Sauce? What does it do? You have to trim the handle of your keys off and attach them to that thing? Seems risky, but I'm interested in learning more.
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    Nevermind, found it (mykeyport.com). They send you key blanks on custom anchors for the device, and then have them cut like any other key. Pretty interesting, actually. I'd still have to carry my car key though, as the remote lock and starter are integrated into the handle portion, but this might be an option to consolode the rest of my keys. Interesting.
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    Car key, front door key, garage door key. The keychain itself is a vintage leather VW key fob with a Wolfsburg crest on the medallion.

    EDIT: I actually have a picture.

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    When I have them, which is rare, its usually a single key with a CountyComm widgy bar, or a car key on a branded key chain. I haven't had to carry both at the same time in years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drop of a Hat View Post
    When I have them, which is rare, its usually a single key with a CountyComm widgy bar, or a car key on a branded key chain. I haven't had to carry both at the same time in years.

    "He's just a witness"
    I've been looking at the widgy bar, seems like a great thing to have.
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