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Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by cowsmilk, Oct 12, 2014.
Hahah, it's only missing one letter, so it's almost right.
OH NO! LOL! Sheesh
That is a Scout Hook from the Scout Leather Company
No worries, laughing is the perfect way to start a friday.
That's good because I'm still laughing...
The danger of starting down the path of keychain modification! Once you start down this path, you will hate your keychain and everything on it, yet continue to add more...
I have been down that path but realized that I really hated the bulk so got rid of it all in favor of a more minimal set up. Recently though Amazon suggested I pick up one of those Chinese TEC suspension clip knock offs for $2 so I thought at that price I would give it a shot for a totally different purpose. It ended up not working out so I decided to go ahead and try it on my keys and it was a real eye opener! It solved a problem that I never even realized I had and I will be using one from now on
Since then I have picked up a Munroe DTS Dangler, HangKey, and have a few more I am looking into including the Scout Hook now.
Edit: The KeyGrip has been tempting me for a while as well but unless I get one more key I just cant justify it
Very nice! Who makes that copper clip please?!
Time to buy a big padlock for something then you can solve the key grip problem.
I really like the Keygrip. The only issue was having to fabricate a attachment point for it (them - I have two). I took my cue from someone else on this forum. The result you can see above.
It's called the GearPull. Comes in brass, copper and titanium. I might have seen them in Timascus and Damascus before as well.
Gamblemade (the company that makes the gearpull) is supposed to have a new kickstarter selling the mini-D. I've got one and love it
I was really hoping to pick up a mini-D but it looks like he has canceled the kickstarter
Edit: Just figured out that Pocket=Cart on his site so now I have one on the way!
I really want to back this guy's KS project, but $16 shipping cost is too much for shipping such a small item to Canada.
not quite a keychain, my keychain is boring, just keys, but I carry this "tool" chain every day:
Thanks! Love copper so I just ordered one.