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Keychain Pics, Part 2

Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by Dr Jekell, Oct 28, 2012.

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  1. OreoGaborio

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  2. Shur
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    What if you fall in the water with that in your pocket?
    Or leave your keys in your pants when they go through the wash?
     
  3. Zorro

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    I use this keychain when going on the beach.
    Anyone who had once time lost his keys on the beach, on the sand, will appreciate to quickly find them thanks to a big Orange fishing float.

    By the way, I do have a big boat ;)
     
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    A PocketWrench II on a keychain? Can't say I've seen that very often.
     
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    It's not too bad on the keychain if you put it on a swivel clip. It seem like it needs room swivel/move around to find a home in the pocket.
    Ive been carrying a leatherman sidekick for awhile in the 5th pocket of jeans.
    Just bought a leatherman wave on the BST forum here that's coming with a leather sheath.
    I will probably move the wrench to the sheath, if its comfortable for wear. Have to try it out.
     
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    Syph mod on the blue SAK? If so, how long was the wait, and if u can share, how much did it cost?
     
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    So how are you supposed to get to the balloon if you can't start the boat? Seems like a cruel joke - your keys are here. you are there. Guess you could swim, or send the dingy/help if you're loaded.
     
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    My Dad refers to boats as being big holes in the water where all of your money goes:D
     
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    I hadn't either...or the pico grappling hook.
    Lipbeats, whats the long tool behind the black key?
     
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    Looks like a micro screwdriver for eyeglasses.
     
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    It was well worth the wait, and the moolah :happy:

    Cheers
     
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    It is indeed a micro screwdriver for eyeglasses. The leatherman sidekick didnt have tiny screwdrivers, so i added it to my keychain.
    Once my wave gets here, ill probably stop carrying it, since it has the small screwdrivers.
     
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    Looks like a grenade pull pin. I used to carry one on my keys from my first time throwing a live one in the military.
     
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    Here is mine. The D2 just arrived today. [​IMG]
     
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    Nice! My D2 should be showing up in the mail on Saturday. Can't wait.

    How ya like it? What's the finish like? Honestly I like the look of the naked metal better. Was gonna stone wash it if I got the DD. Kinda wanna stone wash this one but I dunno.... we'll see how I like the black & how the finish holds up.
     
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    Lose your keys (or wallet)? Find it with your iPhone/iPad ! Lose your iPhone/iPad? Find it with your keys/wallet device (but no map)! [It works bi-directionally] It uses the new low power Bluetooth 4.0 technology and one set of flat coin cells lasts a year!

    It probably has a fifty foot range or so, but if out or range it will tell you the GPS location it recorded the last moment it was still in range. [If I unsderstood that part correctly.] Seems well thought out and resonably priced and reasonably small. What do you all think? I think if they get it down to just a tad smaller I'll put it on my keys. [I can see for wallet thinness putting the cells next to eachother makes sense, but for key fob design I think the two cells should be stacked]
     
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