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Keychain Pics, Part 1

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

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  1. r-ice
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    well I finally got around to taking a pic of my keychain

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    s/s valiant
    car key
    slot with 3 keys
    garage door opener
    clutch multi tool
    atwood nibble
    pb 207 lighter
    PD d20
    car remote starter
    and an assortment of keychain tags for various places.
     
  2. SoloTwo

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    [img width=640 height=480]http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3257/3194047696_007962bcb1_o.jpg[/img]

    Nothing really too exciting, as a keychain in its current state it is horrible. Its too heavy, doesn't hang right, etc etc. But I'm working on it. :D
     
  3. itsrob

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    Can you describe a bit about your tumbler setup? It may be off topic for this thread, but I'd like to know more about how this is done.

    Update: duh, you've of course described it in great detail in this thread! http://edcforums.com/index.php?topic=22202.0
     
  4. Guarddog
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    doesn't hang right? ... I hate it when that happens! :lolhammer:
     
  5. Manatakui

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    If it's too heavy to carry, it's too heavy for your ignition; separate it into tools and keys, or, if you want, car key plus keyless entry, and everything else; you can put them both onto separate rings, and then slip both onto a carabiner, removing the car keyring whenever you drive. You'll not notice it nearly as much, will have much more pocket space, and your vehicle's transmission ignition cylinder will thank you... as will your wallet. Hanging too much weight from the ignition can seriously harm your transmission, plus, transmissions aren't exactly cheap. :/

    [Edit: This post may sound a bit harsh, but it's simply a friendly warning/advice. I just don't want you to find out later (or, sooner), that your vehicle needs a new transmission ignition cylinder. ._.]

    [Edit 2: Thank you for telling me I was incorrect. :) I don't want to spread misinformation. o.o;]
     
  6. DiabloSc(+)pe

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    HUH ? ??? Transmission ? you may be thinking , Ignition Cylinder ? your keys have nothing to do with your trans !! Definitely in older vehicles
     
  7. SoloTwo

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    Just weighed it, its only 6.5 oz's. ;) We can all relax now. :laugh:
     
  8. Manatakui

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    Oops. >.>; Umm, yeah, ignition cylinder is what I meant... >.>; *makes note to notify his mum of the misinformation* ^^;

    Sorry about the confusion. ._. ^^;
     
  9. DiabloSc(+)pe

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    HAHAHA ! No Harm , No Foul !! :lolhammer: Nice Editing !!
     
  10. nuphoria

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    It's taken me a while but I finally got my finger out and took a pic of my current keyring:

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    It has been changing every few days with me purchasing and modding lord knows what! The latest dremel attack occurred here:
    LM Micra MINI MOD

    For now though the keyring contains:
    Small s-biner
    3-led True Utility light
    Keys (just for fun!)
    Sliver gripper
    Trolley cart opener (made from fish can key)
    2 pill fobs with meds and £20
    Modded LM Micra

    It's an ever changing beast - trying to keep the size down :idiot2:
     
  11. spydercofanatic

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    Why are some of yall blockin out the jagged part of your keys? Just a dumb question
     
  12. mr.smashy

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    They're worried that a copy can be made from the photograph. Related article.
     
  13. nuphoria

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    Well, not exactly a big worry but as I was editing the size of the pic it only takes a few seconds to do it (as per advice given here).
    :angel:
     
  14. El Verbo

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    Nuph, nice set up! And pic!
     
  15. spydercofanatic

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    I WELCOME anybody that thinks they can get in my house and get out ALIVE or get my auto and LIVE to get money off of it ;D :lolhammer:
     
  16. Pesky_Human

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    The constantly evolving keychain. The only constant is the biner, which I have had for almost 20 years. Sentimental value. :)

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    blue LED light
    keys
    transmitters for car, studio
    paracord fob
    Atwood Bermuda Triangle
    CC pico widgey
    tweezers
    can opener
    stainless peanut lighter
    stainless spy capsule
    CC micro grappling hook
     
  17. MusicPhan

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    I wish I had your confidence! Though my highly trained "attack terriers" may lick intruders to death.

    In any case, like nuphoria said, i was editing anyway and had read the article so I figured I might as well make two swipes with the blur tool. It only took a sec and I'd rather be safe than sorry.

    -- Steph
     
  18. spydercofanatic

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    LOL I hear ya my 3 pits scare more people than what they would really hurt but its the look that gets most people so thats why I say that and my wife is armed with a Taurus 617 7 shot .357 :lolhammer: I need to get a pic of my keychain up I got more tools than keys ;D
     
  19. Isildur

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    Thats my new keychain setup:
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    -keys
    -Atwood G4 Prybaby
    -USB stick

    The whole stuff is organized in an Aunts and Uncles key pouch with two little pockets for the USB stick and the Atwood and one big one for the keys. The pouch makes it much more convenient to carry. The flashlight which used to be one the keychain is now loosely in the pocket with a lanyard.
     
  20. smack2000

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    Where can I find one of those Aunts&Uncles pouches and what brand is your flash drive? PQI?

    Thanks,
    Scott
     
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