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Keychain Pics, Part 1

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

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  1. parnass

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    :welcome: Welcome aboard, dirx.
     
  2. survivorman
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    @dirx: best keychain pic ever! :thumbsup:
     
  3. godcode

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    nice setup!
     
  4. jag-engr
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    The metal clip annotated as the "belt key holder in this picture is the one I was especially interested in. I would love to get something that compact to attach to my keychain and hang it at the top of my pocket. I have previously used a Fenix lobster clip for this purpose, but it gets stuck on some of my dress slacks.
     
  5. jwalker497

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    PLease Move this to Keychain forum

    I"m sure this has been done already so delete if necessary but I would like to create a list of items on a persons keychain by category

    Example

    Multitool - squirt P4
    Other - Atwood G3 & Swisstool
    Knife - Benchmite
    Lighter - peanut lighter
    Glow - Nite tritium
    Light - Fenicx EO1
    Keys - keys
    Whistle - REI whistle
     
  6. Cogency

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    Guess I will get my setup posted up here: Includes the majority of my pocketable EDC.

    The wallet includes a CRKT Brian Tighe design knife, Leatherman P4, ARC - AAA flashlight, Kershaw Torx tool, and a space pen.
    [img width=640 height=480]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v312/despurado/IMG_0611.jpg[/img]
     
  7. RacerX

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    I just got the little Kershaw knife tool you have from CountyComm. I love it!

    I notice you don't keyring it either.
    I'm thinking of using a small piece of teflon tape to tighten up those threads a bit.

    Also...*points* Trekkie! I love yer insignia :) Can you tap it and bluetooth to the iPhone?
     
  8. Cogency

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    No I don't ring the torx tool, I try to keep my keychain to a minimum, I get tired of pulling a huge jangling mess out of my pocket that just makes me look stranger than I already am. I want to stay sort of low key about this EDC disease, I hear it's sort of infectious.

    Thanks for the bonus points, sadly no bluetooth on that model. I have nothing but love for the kershaw tool, except for the inherent unscrewing motion you make when you try to screw something with it. teflon tape would be a good fix for that, thanks.
     
  9. RyanMalpiede

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    As soon as my Cruci-Fix 1.5 is out of the stonewasher ... this little guy will be hitting the EDC Keychain Lineup.

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  10. DemskeetSkeet

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    That's pretty cool!! How did you cut out the hole for the bit?
     
  11. RyanMalpiede

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    Can't take credit for that ... Grinded/Cut two tools from one PocketWrenchII.

    Here's the other tool I made out of it. It allows me to spin my keys like a cowboy with a gun & it can tighten small bolts.

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  12. DemskeetSkeet

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    How much would that cost me? I want to twirl my keys and tighten small bolts too!!!!
     
  13. nuphoria

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    Great set up - love the trekky keyring... I happen to be watching Worf bust heads right this minute!
     
  14. RyanMalpiede

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    02.17.09 Keychain Setup.

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  15. yellowhammer

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    Ryan, is that a little bit holder with the GITD O-ring on it? Where did that come from please? I like it! :D
     
  16. RyanMalpiede

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    nice set up il post pics of my set up soon
     
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    Thanks Ryan. :) I shall investigate! :D
     
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    Seems a bit expensive like most of these sites. The utilikey is £15 and im pretty sure Amazon has it for a tenner, and with shipping the SAKs are more expensive than swisstool.co.uk who has a much bigger range. No clue bout the other keychain stuff as im struggling to navigate around the site somewhat, but its nothing special and other gadget sites like that seem to have a better range - 101gear for example has a solid range of EDC stuff.
     
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