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There are plenty of key-carrying solutions out there, but few blend form and function as well as the KeyKlip does. It holds two to twelve keys while maintaining a slim profile thanks to its simple design. Although it looks minimal, the KeyKlip is actually loaded with functional features. Each key can rotate in either direction, giving you quick access to the exact key you need. The solid anodized aluminum body has an integrated carabiner to clip to your belt loop or bag for a lighter, easier to carry key setup. There's even a lanyard hole for attaching a car key fob and a notch cut out for opening bottles in a pinch. The KeyKlip comes in a stealthy Onyx Black or a sleek Gunmetal grey, available now on Kickstarter.

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Ani King ·
As someone who has one of these - it is not particularly well designed once put to use. The screws designed to hold your keys often work their way out, the clip itself is flimsy and begins to list to one side, and the placement of the hole designed to hold keys on a ring is awkward, and makes the bottle opener useless.
Ted Barrera ·
SmartKey is better. This one is HUGE!
B Gregory ·
If you only carry 2 keys, like in the picture, this thing looks like it would be more bulky and take up more room. It looks slick, but can't replace the simplicity of a keyring.
This looks sick
Jordan ·
I'll stick with my Keybiner
Florian Ladwig ·
It would look way better if the nuts were flush, also I am not convinced about the carabiner solution when I first saw this on Kickstarter.