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Consolidated Pocket & Keychain Organization Thread

Discussion in 'Where, When, & How Do We Carry All This Stuff?' started by jag-engr, Feb 11, 2011.

  1. bltkmt

    bltkmt Loaded Pockets

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    I looked but could not find what you are referring to...is it truly a pocketable pouch, small enought to hold only a keychain?
     
  2. jag-engr
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    I can see why - that website is hard to navigate!

    I think hardcider was perhaps referring to the Toy Solider Workshop - Pocket Admin Pouch (here's the MSM page). It's an interesting product, but I wouldn't consider it pocketable in normal pants. YMMV
     
  3. Mike S

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    Great thread. Seen a lot of stuff I have never thought about before.
     
  4. bltkmt

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    I ended up ordering one of their key wallets (below), but am returning it as it is too flat/thin. My car remote is the problem - fairly thick. Still on the hunt for some sort of pouch that I can drop the entire keyring into, and then into my pocket.

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    SgtMike (that name sounds really familiar - perhaps he's a member here...) posted this leather pocket sheath setup on his blog a couple weeks ago.
     
  6. SgtMike

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    You're right - he is a member. Absent for a while, but still a member.

    Thanks for the shameless plug to my blog, http://sgtmikessurvivaltips.blogspot.com/ .

    The pocket pack is a custom and JRE is currently working on another, possibly to add to their normal lineup of product offerings.

    The pack shown on my blog accomodates quite a variety of knives and other gear, the possibilities limited only by your own imagination and wallet...

    M
     
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    SgtMike, just checked out your blog, Excellent!!!
     
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    Thanks for the compliment!

    M
     
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    I am about to take a week and a half sabbatical from EDCF, but I will get started on this next phase of my compilation thread. This will be completely different from the existing Lanyards galore! Post questions, designs, pics, etc. and What do I do with this paracord stuff? threads. Those threads have finely-crafted, beautiful-to-look-at, artistic lanyards and fobs that, by and large, primarily provide aesthetics and extra grip length. Some also provide a wrist- or neck-loop retention. This compilation will be about lanyards and, to a lesser extent, fobs that: 1) provide additional function beyond simple aesthetics, grip, and retention, 2) provide these qualities in a unique or innovative way, or 3) provide an innovative attachment method.

    If you have something that you feel qualifies, feel free to PM me or post here. Please provide a link, or, if you are posting your original idea here, a picture on link to a picture.
     
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    Nice job. :)

    Found several of the links to be thoughtful and innovative.

    I appreciate the effort you put into organizing this.
     
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    I have updated one of the "Folder-Based Carry System" options to include my personal recommendation. The product is great and the company behind it is even better. They were great to deal with and shipped immediately, but orders do have to be made by phone.
     
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    New entry added to Rivet-Based Keychain Systems.
     
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    As per your suggestion, I have added the Key Choob just below the similar Cell Safe Key Cover:
     
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    I like the look of the down home leather products, but I'm not sure how to order from them. They are closed now so I thought I would ask you.

    EDIT: Never mind, figured it out.
     
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    I hope the product works for you. I very much enjoy mine and carry it almost daily. If I'm traveling, it has my lesser used keys that I won't be needing. Otherwise, I have it on me.
     
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    Here's another system: BladeKey

    From the site:
    Cool site too offering 3D printing in different materials :thumbsup:
     
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    Looks interesting. Thinking I might be able to make something similar out of a flat d-shackle for a lot less though!

    I love the concept of Shapeways - modern technology can be rather clever.
     
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    Huh... It's new and somewhat different. You've got my attention. I have revised the thread to include this product.