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Between the laser welding, lost wax casting, oxidizing, engraving, grinding, buffing, forging and polishing, it shouldn’t be a surprise that Discommon Goods latest creation, The Piston, is more like the 2000 Ferrari Formula 1 piston that it’s designed to replicate than a standard keychain. The inch long product carries quite a hefty price tag, but the forged carbon process that was used to create the keychain based on scans of an actual Ferrari F1 car piston will not disappoint in the looks and performance department thanks to everything that went into its creation. The cast silver piston is free to move on the forged carbon con rod. The split ring rotates through a silver rod bearing forged during the molding process. Most importantly, the end result is a beautiful, well-crafted piece of design that will impress you and your friends for years to come.
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