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Keychain Pics, Part 1

Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by figtree, Apr 17, 2006.

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  1. figtree

    figtree Empty Pockets

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    Since we all seem to preach EDC, and teach EDC,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,lets see those mega survival/EDC keychains !!! (PICS PICS PICS)

    -please include brief listing of items shown (for us all to envy, buy, and as usual drool over)
     
  2. heathah

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    My EDC keychain:

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  3. dajak

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    Where did you get that Gerber clippers, I have never seen those.
    Great keychain tool you have got there.
     
  4. gregw

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    Here's mine:

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    The flashlight is a prototype Exolion Ti CR2, the SAK is a sterling silver one that was bought at Tiffanys, and a blue Glowring Version 1.


    shrunk pic
    :gl:
     
  5. heathah

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    The Wal-Marts around this area used to have them and I got this one from there. I got one for my wife and a couple more from SMKW when they had them on sale for about $3/ea. I just checked SMKW's site and they don't have them in stock anymore.
     
  6. Redhed

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    Scan of my key set-up.

    Ring One (SS Lucky Line Fix-O-Loc): Camry key, Jeep key & remote, Swiss SS quick connector

    Ring Two (SS Lucky Line Fix-O-Loc): House keys, Kydex microrig w/ mini bic lighter, Victorinox Mananger II (Onyx) in Vic holster, chrome tube whistle, white Photon Freedom, Boomerang-It mini tag, Rivet eClip, Rivet Catwalk chain with lanyard pin Rivet belt clip attachment point
     

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    Here's my keys, I still need some stuff, and should really get rid of some of the keys that I don't use daily.

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    The keyfob-service is of the kind that doesn't deliver out information to anyone exept for the police(and they use a callback-system that ensure that they only give the information to the right people)
     
  8. Gadget Guy

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    Hi,

    Where did you get the reward keyfob?

    Thanks,

    Gadget Guy
     
  9. simbad

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    I have the same system but the company is called CPP (card protection plan), for a small fee per year I got covered all my cards an keys.

    Makarov, you definitely need some Peter Atwood stuff for your keyring.... :knuppel2:
     
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    I bought it from a company called Keyback, I've got both the keyfob and a sticker for my cellphone from them, yearly cost about $12 per fob. Reward for delivering lost keys is approx $8. Unfortunaly they only operate in Scandinavia but as Simbad says there's a lot of companies that deliver this service.

    Don't I know it!
    I want a Booger, but haven't found the $$ yet.
     
  12. Gadget Guy

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    Thanks for the info!
     
  13. Ready

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    Here is mine:

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    With me everyday!

    Ready
     
  14. Redhed

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    Where's the key to the Daimler Chrysler product? ;D

    And who makes the cable ring?
     
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    Hi Gadget Guy! I use stuffbak.com, which is pretty much the same idea, except instead of returning to the police they return it to the local UPS store for their predetermined reward! I keep one on my key ring, one sticker on my car remote, & one sticker in my wallet. And just like Redhed said, knock on wood I never had to put it to use.
     
  16. Bagheera

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    Hi guys,

    Here's a keychain setup that I use:

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    I have different items grouped together and can with the attached very sturdy little "clasp"  attach it to the base setup or leave it.

    I sold the Arc AAA in its kydex sheath from Eric Noeldchen and now use a Fenix L0P and also stopped using the small UV LED torch on the extreme right (torpedo like).

    The small blue "spy capsule" hold 5 200 mg asperin tablets.

    The orange whistle is an ACME Tornado of which I cut down the sides making it a 3/8" high easy to pack super loud whistle.

    Missing is my original brass Spark-Lite that I received from its inventor Oak Norton himself :),  I silver soldered a small streamlined ëye" to it with a small split ring and this makes key-chain carry easy.
    Also missing is the UtilityKey that I traded with my good friend Dajak, it's tiny but after sharpening the "blade" has a mean edge.

    Best Scouting wishes from Holland,

    Bagheera
     
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    Here is mine.
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  18. Ready

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    I don't keep the key on the ring.

    I got this ring at a local Ace, but I am not happy with it. On two occasions, when trying to remove on item, all the items slid off into the dirt. I have gone back to a series of small split rings.

    Ready
     
  19. Gadget Guy

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    Here are the items I keep on my keychain at one time or another. Check out the titanium "KISS" keyring...
     

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  20. simbad

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    Cause I am a stainless steel freak here is how my kaychain or utility keychain looks right now. The keys are aluminum, the glowring and pendrive are plastic but the rest of the items including the split rings are made of stainless steel (different grades).

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    I am onboard again and I carry all this in my shorts pocket everyday. No rust at all  :D
     
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