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KeySquare: A Keychain That’s Definitely Not for Squares

by Range

I’ve lost plenty of keys, off carabiners as well, so I’m always looking for a more secure option for my keys. Unlike carabiner keychains, KeySquare wasn’t designed to help you climb mountains, but it was specifically made for carrying your keys.

keysquare keychain carabiner kickstarter

KeySquare is cut and machined from a solid block of stainless steel, and hand-finished for durability. There’s a long slit which will attach securely to a belt loop, but it’s still small enough to slide into a pocket. It also doubles as a bottle opener.

keysquare keychain carabiner kickstarter

KeySquare was launched as a Kickstarter project, and with 26 days left in funding, they have amassed over $31,000 – blowing through their $10,800 goal. It will most definitely be made and in order to snag yours, you’ll have to pledge $36 (USD).

keysquare keychain carabiner kickstarter

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