Keychains

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Postalco Totem Key Holder

The Startac was pretty great--until the iPhone. There were lots of cool sneaker options before Michael Jordan--but then Air Jordans. Wallets to card holders. Funding rounds to Kickstarter. All products that work well because of the way they were designed. Redesigning each of those products/ideas was probably ridiculous ... continue reading
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Mini Crowbar Keychain Tool

The crowbar is associated with doing random work as much as it is with movie villains slowly walking over to a car to bash someone's skull in. For some reason, this makes it cooler. While this little guy won't do you much good in a carjacking, it will be helpful in some situations. Loop it on your key ring and use ... continue reading
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The Shrine Shoe Rack Stores and Displays Your Shoes Like Art SPONSORED

Ideal for small apartments or tight spaces, this hand-finished, stainless steel shoe rack blends easily into your walls for a seamless, almost-invisible look. It holds 3 pairs of shoes at a time, displaying them tight against the wall (excellent for saving floor space), and works with low tops, high tops, flats, high heels, sandals and some boots. Plus, till the end of March take 20% off + Free Shipping with code AHACOOL20. ... check it out
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Minimalist II Key Shackle

For the second version of The Minimalist keychain, the stylish shackle gets equipped with a handy bottle opener. The simple and stylish keychain is machined in the US from hot rolled steel. Each is coated with metal oil and wax to prevent any corrosion (it will wear, however, with time). The Minimalist II holds up ... continue reading
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KeyFlip

With the jangling of keys on your enormous keychain, you'd probably make the world's worst ninja. Chances are your coworkers can hear you approaching the building after you get out of your car. Besides the noise, the modern keychain is bulky, cumbersome, and in serious need of improvement. The KeyFlip is a smart little ... continue reading
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Pot Leaf Key

At some point in your life you've no doubt struggled with finding the right key for your front door. The problem is, every key on your keychain looks similar and they're all super boring. These keys fix both those problems. Whether you're the kind of guy who enjoys a toke occasionally or you have a penchant for firearms, ... continue reading
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Miansai Hooked Keychain

While we can't guarantee it won't jab your thigh like a blind nurse giving shots, we can confirm the Hooked Keychain from Miansai is one of the coolest keychains we've ever seen.  The key holster features a simple screw-on top that keeps your keys and various supermarket discount cards from sliding off the end. It's ... continue reading
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LaCie USB 3.0 RuggedKey

If part of you is still uncomfortable storing all your documents and videos in this mysterious "cloud," you're going to want something to store them on that won't break just from being tossed in your pocket. When Dropbox and Drive aren't your cup of tea, there's the LaCie USB 3.0 RuggedKey. The tough little guy can ... continue reading
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The Missing Link Keychain

Add too much in the way of accessories to your bike and you'll end up looking like one of those guys who transports his weekly haul to the market by way of  bike-back. In an effort to trim down and sleek up your ride, a couple of things seem to be on the chopping block and a couple of things are obvious necessities. ... continue reading
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The Clip

You probably haven't put much thought into your keychain. In fact, you probably can't even remember the last time you bought a keychain. Usually they're just acquired, whether at bar as a beer promo or at a car dealership when you're getting a new ride. The only cognizant thought a guy ever put into his key holster, ... continue reading
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The Minimalist Key Shackle

A man’s keychain shouldn't be loaded with all kinds of knickknacks and doodads. In fact, we shouldn’t even be using those words. For a simple and rustic way to keep your keys in order, bolt them into The Minimalist Key Shackle. The small metal number from J.L. Lawson & Co. features a spun by hand pin and rectangular ... continue reading
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Glow Fob

Misplacing our keys is just about a weekly occurrence. Nine times out of ten, they’re in the sofa cushions, but every now and again, we get sent on a wild goose chase. To make those hunts and opening the front door at night a bit easier, attach the Glow Fob to your keychain. Depending on the sunlight it receives, ... continue reading
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