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Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by cowsmilk, Oct 12, 2014.
Keyport Pivot with expansion kit and locator module
cool brass gear!
After taking a look at my usage I realized I wasn't actually removing anything from my keychain when I'd use it. I thus decided that I would get rid of the cogent clips from my basic setup and use them to connect optional accessories as the need arises.
In keeping with the all titanium setup as I had before I packed as much functionality into as small a space as possible along with keeping the weight to a min.... (the keyfob weights 1.7 oz and the tools weight 2.2 oz) Considering I've got a utility knife, pen, toothpick, flashlight, prybar/bottleopener, dangler and keys all in less than 4 oz I'd be hard pressed to reduce it anymore.
The Gamblemade FM3 that the Hangkey is attached to has two extra attachment points for any of the extra accessories I have in the pouch (all titanium of course)
Thank you sir!
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totemeca it seems you have some awesome brass gear yourself! Very nice!!
Please tell me more about that key. I'm very intrigued...
If you're referring to the actual keys, those are part of a product called "Keyport" which is a key organizer thing that uses their own custom modified keys. You can order the key inserts without buying the whole unit as well (you order blanks and bring them to a local locksmith to cut), I had some concern over the plastic part being fragile so I bought 3 copies of each just to make sure I had spares and the extra ones have been sitting in a box after a year.
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Sorry, just saw this. Yes, the tag was gifted to me by fellow member Aslan. He hasn't been active lately. It's one of my most cherished tags.
Updated EDC keychain:
- Leatherman PS
- True Utility Minidriver (4 screw bits)
- Wiha bit holder with 14 double sided bits and bit adapter, true utility twistick rod
- TEC picopen with spacepen ink
- countycomm peanut lighter
- cooyoo quantum rechargeable 130 lm light
The screwdriver system has a total of 34 screwdriver bit heads. The bit adapter allows the use of the microbits, and the twistick rod gives it extra torque if needed.
What is that utility knife? I have been looking for something like that for a while now
Hey man I've 2 questions for you..what's the thing similar to a spyderco dog tag on the right which seems to be a pocket knife...and what's the jeep shaped thing on the left.
Thanks, your stuff looks great!
Updated my keychain tools with a custom 3d printed handle to my True Utility minidriver! It only stores two bits in the back instead of three, but it now gives it enough torque to match countycomm's edc screwdriver.