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Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by billybeans, Apr 2, 2013.

  1. KnifeTex

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    House key, Streamlight Nano, Vic Classic on left.

    Car key, Remote, Gas RF tag on right.

    Victorinox Quick Disconnect keychain holding both sets together.

    Sent from SimpleVille
     
  2. figuy

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    Victorinox manager, LRI Freedom covert, no name aluminum whistle. I'm back and forth on ditching the whistle, but it will most likely stay. Ignore the fresnel lens and safety pin. They stay in my wallet.

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  4. jag-engr
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    How are these keychains? There is not a single key on them!
     
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  5. jds1

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    It's an S-biner. Keys go on one end and toys on the other. Didn't think anyone would be interested in my house or car key. :)

    Jeff
     
  6. figuy

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    Look at the very top you can see two keys. There are five total. I don't think it's a good idea to show your keys cut on the internet.
     
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    Agreed.
     
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    Should have a nice addition to this here soon :)
     
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    No.
     
  11. Radley
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    I really like the key idea in the leatherman style, how have you found it and was it easy enough to do.
     
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    It worked quite well. The tool gives you enough leverage to turn the key. Don't pull the screw all the way out though. It can be a pain to reassemble it sometimes. I did it a couple of times with different tools also. Here's one on a LM PS4.

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  13. rm11xx

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    My setup. Car fob, bottle opener, tritium fob, car key, house key, usb drive, leatherman squirt. I have since taken the squirt off as i like the smaller keychain better. Dony know how ill carry it yet. Probably just throw it in my pack.

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  14. chaka

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    Added the sliver gripper...

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    Need to replace the keyless entry cover (tire tube)
     
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    Please do post pictures of the process! I want to see this!
     
  16. Nick4305
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    Honestly, never had a simple keychain all my life long.
    This is the fact: when i was young (i did...) didn't need to have keys, and so no keychain needed.
    Someone always used to be so kind and let me enter at home, even if at not "civil" hours. Point.
    When i finally had keys, those were related at my own home, my own car, bike, locking devices, office, gym's cabinet... And this, happened years ago, was the beginning of my "Great Wall": keychain (annoying, bulky) :nah_disagree: , toolchain (this is really great !):p.
     
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    an old picture:
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    My updated version, swapped out my nitecore ez123 for a peak eiger oveready AAA a few months ago[​IMG]
     
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    awesome idea with the paracord covering the cable loop! I am going to try it!
     
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