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Key Chains

Minimalist 2 Key Ring Bottle Opener

This key ring looks more like a piece of jewelry than a bottle opener, so I suppose we could look at it as multi-purpose kind of accessory. A triangle pin keeps the shackle closed, keeping your keys secure and your hand at the ready should an unopened bottle of beer or soda cross your path. Each key ring is precisely cut within thousandths of an inch by family company J. L. Lawson & Co.
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Purchase Information:

Price: $48.00
Available from: Huckberry

Ringtool

The Ringtool is a compact toolkit that lives on any standard keyring. Hardened stainless steel (strength + corrosion resistance) means it’ll withstand a rough and tumble world. It has five different Hexheads, a Flathead and Phillips Driver, a Torxhead, and two Spoke Wrenches, so it’s a good choice for any cyclist that would rather not lug around a bigger toolkit.
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Purchase Information:

Price: $28.00
Available from: Reductivist

Key Wrangler

Organize your keys with this handy Key Wrangler. Built with two sections, one with a snappy spring clip and the other with a knurled key post, you’ll be able to hold keys of all shapes and sizes in a tidy row. Snap it onto your bag, jeans, and hang it from hooks, making it easy to keep your keys at hand securely.
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Purchase Information:

Price: $75.00-90.00
Available from: CW&T

Futagami Key Rings

A Futagami Key Ring may be an excellent gift for someone on your list. Made in solid brass, each ‘Plate’ style key ring is designed to be easily found in a cluttered bag. The geometric shape will catch the light and also act as a divider should one wish to separate home and office keys.
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Purchase Information:

Price: $64.00
Available from: Ukiyo Home

FIXR Pocket Tool

The MacGyvers among us won’t be caught without a decent EDC kit, because you just never know when you may need more than a paperclip. The FIXR may not be the most streamlined, but when you’re in a jam, you’ll at least have a hell of a lot of tools to get you out of trouble. It packs 20 tools into one easy-to-hold and easy-to-attach little gadget.
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Purchase Information:

Price: $8.29
Available from: Amazon

Enamel Steel Keychain

Need some sturdy tags to make sure you keep your home, work, camp, and ‘play’ keys separate? Take a look at Best Made Co.’s enamel steel tags. They’ll take a beating, as they’re made on World War Two-era machinery, just like the other enamelware offered from the retailer. Buy the set of four or choose just one.
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Purchase Information:

Price: $14.00 - 48.00
Available from: Best Made Co.

Contour Key Rings, Black

Remember the brass Contour Key Rings with their bell, drop, hoop, and bend shapes? Now they’re available in black, and you can get the whole bundle ($66) with the intention of organizing all your keys. Each Key Ring closes with a screw clasp, which makes adding and removing keys super easy.
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Purchase Information:

Price: $16.00
Available from: Areaware

Wilson Keyring, Carbon Black

Would you like a minimal keyring with a nitrocarburized coating? I know I would, especially when it costs $10. You may have already seen the brass version (or the brass with enamel stripe), but the black is a little more fetching in my humble opinion. It’s a pre-order, FYI, so best snap a couple up now if you’re thinking about gifts for friends.
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Purchase Information:

Price: $10.00
Available from: Craighill

Keytags by Various Projects

Know a blogger, a bon vivant, or a bad ass? What about a fashion editor, a freeloader, or a philanderer? Maybe one of those people needs a keychain with their stand-out attribute written for all to see, or maybe you need a bunch to label your keys and/or yourself. Give some as gifts, give one to yourself, go crazy. See the whole collection at Various Projects.
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Purchase Information:

Price: $15.00
Available from: Various Projects

Bandit Titanium Keychain Knife

See this tiny, very adorable pocket knife? It kicks ass, because it’s the size of a standard house key when folded. That means you won’t look like a lumberjack carrying it around (not that there’s anything wrong with looking like a lumberjack); it’s small enough to unobtrusively fit in your jean’s coin pocket or attach to your keychain (or even a zipper!). So handy.
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Purchase Information:

Price: $39.95
Available from: quiet carry

Measurement Keyholder by IROSE

Thank goodness, now there’s no need to take a tape measure everywhere you go because you’ll have this handy Measurement Keyholder by IROSE. The snappable loop is ideal for attaching your keys to a bag’s strap or belt loop, in case you’ve your hands full or just to make them easier to find, but it also gives you a more precise measuring tool than your palm or smartphone.
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Purchase Information:

Price: $48.00
Available from: Tortoise General Store

Phosphor Bronze Circle Keychain Bottle Opener

Another keychain bottle opener… no big deal except for this one is elegant. Surprised? Yeah, me too. The circular design incorporates a bottle opener without visually screaming ‘I LOVE TO DRINK BEERS!’ at everyone. Instead, it says confidently, ‘I am prepared for opening all manner of bottles.’ Just the kind of keychain bottle opener we all could use.
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Purchase Information:

Price: $39.00
Available from: Uncommon Goods

EDC Minitool Kit No. 2

Another EDC kit on a keychain? Yep, and before you pretend to yawn from seeing so many, have you seen a minitool kit, all in black? No? Well, this one includes a flathead and Philips screwdrivers, a pill case, bottle opener, ruler and hex wrench, and the pill case can be engraved with up to 10 characters of your choice. In fact, it would be a great Father’s Day gift if you can order it soon (as in, right now, as Father’s Day is this Sunday).
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Purchase Information:

Price: $20.00
Available from: Iron and Glory

Open and Closed Helix Keyring

I’ve got a thing for simple keyrings, so of course these two Helix Keyrings by Craighill caught my eye. Choose between the open and the closed; both have one knurled side for adding or removing keys. As they say on their site, the keyrings would be “a daily, tiny joy.”
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Purchase Information:

Price: $30.00
Available from: Craighill

Kiki Toolbox Keyring

Another EDC tool thingamajig? Yep, and it ticks all the boxes, just as you’d expect. Plus, it comes in a leather sheath for a friendlier feel on your keyring. Bottle opener, standard and metric ruler, spoke wrench, hex drive, small and large pry bar, and screwdriver- that’s what you get all on one small tool. Fit it alongside your keys so you’re prepared for anything, anywhere.
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Purchase Information:

Price: $20.00
Available from: Kickstarter

 
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