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The Drop: Orbitkey Star Wars Retro Collection

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Chris Van Hoven
The Drop: Orbitkey Star Wars Retro Collection

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It's a big EDC market out there, and tons of awesome gear is released all the time. We made The Drop to help you discover the latest and greatest essentials worth a spot in your EDC.

Last year, Orbitkey announced their first collaboration with Star Wars with new designs for their Key Organisers inspired by the iconic characters of the space saga. This time, Orbitkey has unveiled an all-new series of Key Organiser designs adorned with silhouettes of legendary Star Wars starships, just in time for May the 4th. Strap in and fire up those hyperdrives as you organize your jangly keys Star Wars style.

The Orbitkey Key Organiser keeps your keys all in one place with a post system and a signature steel locking mechanism that can hold 2-7 keys stacked together. You can adjust the pivot to your preferred tension, allowing you to easily swivel your keys out or tuck them back into place.

Millennium Falcon

The Millenium Falcon Key Organiser features a hyperspace blue leather band reminiscent of the powerful sublight drives found on everyone’s favorite smuggling ship. The silver hardware is also inspired by the Falcon’s iconic exterior, making this Key Organiser perfect for all you charming rogues out there.

The Death Star

That’s no moon. Embrace your inner dark side with a Death Star-themed Key Organiser with retro-inspired details. The deep space black leather band, paired with matte black hardware, perfectly captures the power wielded by the galaxy’s ultimate battle station.


The X-Wing Key Organiser embodies the rebellious spirit of X-Wing pilots. You’ll notice that it features the same orange leather band seen on Rebel pilot uniforms, while the silver hardware reflects the mechanical details of the ship.

TIE Fighter

Based on the Empire's infamous ship, the TIE Fighter Key Organiser features a green leather band meant to symbolize patrolling star systems in the farthest regions of space, while the matte black hardware takes inspiration from the TIE Fighter’s black wing details.

What we like: We’ve always loved Orbitkey’s award-winning key stacker, and now we get to celebrate our love for the Star Wars franchise along with it.

What to watch out for: For larger keys or key fobs, you’ll need a keyring such as Orbitkey’s Ring v2, which is sold separately.

Final verdict: Feel free to make a “fwwoooom” sound as you swivel a key out. We certainly won’t judge you.

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