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Keyport Slide Gets New LED Light Blade

by Shane McGlaun

If you have a ton of keys on your keying in your pocket I would bet that you get annoyed by all the bulk and having to dig for the key you want. You can’t just throw away all the keys to your office, home, storage, and cars, but you can make them easier to carry. The Keyport has been around for a long time and the thing has recently been updated.

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The new version of the Keyport still holds six different slide-out blanks that can be used for cars – with blanks available for cars that need keys with chips too. The Keyport also has available blanks for USB storage and a new blank that has an LED flashlight.

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The LED light can be pre-ordered right now for $9.99 and will fit into existing Keyports. A starter kit with one chipped car key starts at $94. A version without a car key starts at $79 and a USB insert sells for $19 for 4GB and $39 for 8GB.




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Comments (7):

  1. technabob says:

    I’ve always really liked the industrial design of these, but the problem is that most of us have buttons on our car keys today for things like unlocking doors, opening the trunk or sounding the alarm, so even if you can have the car’s chip built into a blade, you still need to carry the original key.

  2. technabob says:

    I’ve always really liked the industrial design of these, but the problem is that most of us have buttons on our car keys today for things like unlocking doors, opening the trunk or sounding the alarm, so even if you can have the car’s chip built into a blade, you still need to carry the original key.

  3. technabob says:

    I’ve always really liked the industrial design of these, but the problem is that most of us have buttons on our car keys today for things like unlocking doors, opening the trunk or sounding the alarm, so even if you can have the car’s chip built into a blade, you still need to carry the original key.

  4. technabob says:

    I’ve always really liked the industrial design of these, but the problem is that most of us have buttons on our car keys today for things like unlocking doors, opening the trunk or sounding the alarm, so even if you can have the car’s chip built into a blade, you still need to carry the original key.

  5. Alejandro says:

    Me interesa adquirir uno, donde y como lo hago !

  6. Alejandro says:

    Como puedo adquirir uno ?

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