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Where Has This Been All Our Lives: Keychain Duct Tape

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If you know anything about anything, it’s that Duct Tape is king. Duct Tape fixes everything: broken cups, broken glasses, broken furniture, broken promises and broken marriages. If we could have marital relations with Duct Tape… we probably would. So imagine our excitement at finding this: the Keychain Duct Tape. It’s a tiny tape dispenser that you can use as a keychain. It’s perfect for little jobs where Duct Tape could come in handy, which, as we’ve already established, is pretty much any job. It comes in Stainless Steel or Brass, and fits 18″ of Gorilla Tape or 24″ of Gaffers Tape. It’s about the size of a tube of Chapstick, and costs $20.

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Deal Of The Day: 26% Off On Titanium KeySmart 2.0 Organizer (Extended)

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The KeySmart Organizer sells really well because it does its job of keeping your keys neat and tidy quite well. Heck, I have one myself and I love it. What makes it even nicer these days is that the price is staying pretty low, which is great for anyone who already started their Holiday shopping.

Say goodbye to your annoying, bulky key ring—KeySmart organizes your keys in one convenient, compact, and lightweight place. Easily attach up to 10 keys, and use the included loop to latch on your car fob as needed. The award-winning KeySmart is meticulously designed to allow for quick and easy key access, and will rid your life of key jingling and jabbing forever.

– Extended frame for longer & foreign keys
– Frame crafted from quality titanium for lightweight body
– Bottle opener included
– Hardware milled from stainless steel for durability
– Unique ‘S’ design made to fit 2x the keys in half the space
– Size accommodates most sizes of key
– Made in Chicago

Normally tipping the scales at $45, it’s only $32.99 after today’s rebate.

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Deal of The Day: 33% Off On KeyDisk Key Organizer

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Keeping your keys organized requires a little bit of effort, and a little bit of gear. Otherwise you’ll end up with a janitor’s keychain that’s likely to look just as neat as your George Costanza wallet. The KeyDisk Key Organizer is a great solution for anyone thinking of doing a little bit of tidying.

The KeyDisk offers a cool alternative to conventional key rings. It’s composed of two futuristic aluminum plates, between which you sandwich up to 6 keys before screwing everything into place. When you want to use a particular key, swing it outwards so it protrudes from your KeyDisk and use as you would normally.

– Securely store & use up to 6 keys
– Enjoy a sleek alternative to conventional keyrings
– Rock a durable design: made of sandblasted & anodized aluminum
– Proudly show off its minimalist & chic aesthetic
– Avoid dealing w/ the messiness of jangling keys

Normally you’d have to pay $30 for this, but with today’s deal it’s $19.99.

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Deal Of The Day: 26% Off On KeySmart 2.0 Compact Key Organizer

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Primitive as they are, metal keys are still very much a part of our lives. But that doesn’t mean you can’t do your best to keep them neat and organized. The KeySmart 2.0 Compact Key Organizer seems to be able to do that job quite well.

Say goodbye to your annoying, bulky key ring—KeySmart organizes your keys in one convenient, compact, and lightweight place. The included expansion pack lets you easily attach up to 10 keys and is meticulously designed to allow for quick and easy key access.

– Frame crafted from quality aluminum for lightweight body
– Hardware milled from stainless steel for durability
– Design made to fit 2x the keys in half the space
– Size accommodates most sizes of key
– Made in the USA

Better yet, you won’t have to spend much money at all to get this, with a reduced price of $16.99, down from $23.

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Yoogo Self Defense Keychain

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It’s a cliché of so many movies: nervous girl walking back to her car in the dark, clutching her keys in her hands as if she’ll manage to fend of a would-be attacker with them. Maybe that works in the movies but in real life, it wouldn’t hurt to have something like the Yoogo keychain instead. Its special shape lets you securely grab it, while allowing some portions of it to stick out between your fingers. This both protects your hand in case you have to defend yourself, while inflicting a little more damage to your assailant. It’s not quite a brass knuckle, so we think its use is probably legal, but hey… we are not lawyers so make sure to know your local laws before carrying this. It’s $20 and they’ll ship worldwide.

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The World’s Leanest Keychain from TIK

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Ever had a woman ask you “Is that a gun in your pocket or are you just happy to see me” and realize that it was that cumbersome, overloaded keychain in your pocket she was referring to? Now you never have to worry about an embarrassing bulge because the TIK keychain is here. It is literally the leanest keychain in the world because creator Daniel Farkas has done away most of the key, leaving the functional parts intact and attached to a link in a bike chain! He claims that it gives “greater leverage for each key in the chain” and expands the “grip surface” so it’s easier to hold. Originally featured on Gizmodo, the product is backed by a Kickstarter campaign, meaning it won’t see the light of day if the campaigners don’t get at least $23,000 worth of pledges for the product. Why not thin down your side profile, prevent those pesky pressure marks on your thighs from the keys you’ve been carrying around all day and invest in a unique product all in one go? It only costs $49 for the pledge, and you’d be doing yourself and everyone else a favor.

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