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GITD key fob

Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by jrau13, May 25, 2009.

  1. jrau13

    jrau13 Empty Pockets

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    Where to find them? I have seen them before on some site but can't find it again.
     
  2. mirek

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    You can try this site.. There are two guys making GITD keyfobs and someone selling tritium Glowrings.
     
  3. Cosmo7809

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  4. jrau13

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    Cool! Thanks!
     
  5. 9th_hennepin

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    hi,

    i just want to make a quick recommendation for tritium for a keychain. i first tried GITD o-rings and fobs with the glow-powder/epoxy (both of these option are less expensive than tritium). the glow-powder fobs are very well made and look really cool when charged from a bright light (the ultra-green glow powder is supposed to glow for 8-12 hours). however, unfortunately for me, the glow powder could never receive a charge because my keys spend all daylight hours hiding in my pocket. with tritium you never have to think about it.

    i just received my tritium fobs and so far, so good. i certainly can't miss my keys on the nightstand. i haven't gotten around to doing an outside test at night to see how far away the tritium is visible/useful.

    thanks


    ...it makes no difference,
    night or day,
    the shadows never go away...
     
  6. jrau13

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    I was thinking the same thing. The keys won't be out in the sun so the tritium seems to be a good alternative.
     
  7. r-ice
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    The keys won't be in the sunlight but you can probably leave that part of your keyfob hanging out? Yah know to breathe lol, I usually hang part of my keys out so that i don't have to go rumaging in my pockets for keys.
     
  8. ErnestS

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    I just ordered two small GITD keychain fobs from the link above. For only $3 each (and $1 for shipping), I simply could not resist. ;)

    I'll post a review once I get them.