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Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by Dr Jekell, Oct 28, 2012.
...Not big for plumber's butt
New keychain set up!
Good idea to use the Atwood tool as a coupler.
Nice! That damascus lantern is just sick!
Oh man. It is SO NICE. Thanks man.
I decided to add the end part of a pen (the clip part) to my lanyard to clip to my pocket, it works surprisingly well! It leaves a toggle to easily pull out my keychain The pen part is just threaded on and it has an o ring above it to stop it from moving
Work set up has changed
New light, peak eiger oveready to give the nitecore a break. Amazing how much fat the nitecore feels after replacing a 123 with a AAA
Usually keep most things in my pocket or bag ...I don't like my key chain to be to heavy. I have shop keys on it and makes it difficult to get in the door before the alarm goes off and I get a visit from the local police ..so I keep it simple...plus I got an adorable key chain cap gun off a fella selling some antiques..couldn't pass it up.
Like that Hunger Games tag, LDG.
I have that same cap gun. Mines has the black handles. I've had that since I was a kid.
4GB flash drive
Thanks, I'm kind of a movie nut lol
That's awesome, I just love that little guy....love to see yours
Clockwise from top:
TEC Accessories P-7 Suspension Clip
TEC Accessories Glow Fob (TEC-S3)
Wenger Swiss Clipper AT
Fenix E01 w/Energizer Lithium AAA battery
EXOTAC nanoStriker (orange)
Intelligent Access fob for my new 2013 Ford Fusion
The keys are attached with a 25mm McGizmo micro clip. Everything else is attached with 20mm nano clips, except the Utili-Key. The heart of my keychain is a 1/8" x 1" solid ring from Berkeley Point.
As planned, I removed the tiny key for my rolling tool bag which I don't EDC anymore. I was going to add a whistle and pill fob, but didn't order enough nano clips. Still waiting to receive my Keyport 2.0 and wrench/pry tool. The Utili-Key is a nice idea, but isn't working well for me in the field. Might have to replace it with a keychain-sized Leatherman.
This set-up feels quite heavy, so I'm somewhat hesitant to add to it, but I don't feel adequately equipped yet either. I'm very satisfied with the suspension clip and solid ring; the only place it doesn't work well is on my suit pants, but that's only a problem one day per week.
It's very nice to have just one keychain again. Intelligent Access is fantastic; don't need to take anything out of my pocket to drive my car. Wish I had something like that for my house.
Frank Cannon ?!?!
I still have a lot of stuff to unpack plus I still have stuff at our old house to move so it will be awhile before I can find the box that is packed away in.
That's alright lol I'm patient
Need a blue trit replacement for the tec fob- BAAAAD