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Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by THERoxyStarr, May 27, 2012.
Too Much free time
Like the Bad Toro fob. Looks cool.
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This is just too cool. The awesome factor is multiplied with every keychain added.
Bit old-fashioned but very nice.
just going to hazard a guess that you NEVER sneak up on anyone
Yeah, one of the ladies at work said,"I knew it was you; I could hear you jingling".
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Keys usually hang in my back pocket left side
This is a key ring handle, self defense stick, door knocker, pill crusher, and acupressure tool by Ti Rod Tactical™.....
.....much like American Express,.... "Don't leave home without it!"
Easy,..... because I CAN'T lock the door behind me without the keys!
I keep mine on a handforged S-carabiner, which goes hooked onto the rear right beltloop of my jeans.
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I actually usually have two key 'sets' on me.
1) Car key, fob, NiteCore Tube: on a NiteIze S-biner with slide locks. Usually hang this one on a right side belt loop.
2) House key and 'tool' set: This dangles into my left side pocket from a Ti pickpocket dangler.
On days when I'm in a suit and want something a bit less pronounced I have an alternative ring with alternative car key, fob, and NiteCore Tube; this would then ride in suit coat pocket or pants pocket. Item 2 above then rides in my briefcase for the day.
Moshe ben David
I've slowly figured this out, too. I have my keys, tritium fob and pry tool multi tool on one keychain in my right front pocket. Then all my other tools/items on another keychain that dangles inside my front cargo pocket. So far, separating them like this works best for me. It's a good balance of ease of use and preparedness.
Because I'm a lady, I carry it in my bag.
Just clipped to my belt loop with a titanium device.
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I ditched the chain and am using a generic “key bar”. After a few months of wearing. I cannot go back. I love NOT being able to hear keys jingling. I will probably get the real keybar in the future.
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