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Hand Grenade Key and Coin Cases Make an Explosive Fashion Statement

by Paul Strauss
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Living in the big city, pickpockets can be a problem. But I’m betting if you kept your money and keys inside of a hand grenade, that might be a bit of a theft deterrent.

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While these cases might not look exactly like actual grenades, they’re convincing enough from a distance. Even if they don’t keep thieves from stealing your stuff, they look pretty awesome anyhow.

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They’re made by a company in Japan called Motif, and come with a handy round carabiner loop that looks like the pin from a grenade. Instead of being made of metal, they’re made from durable polyurethane, and are big enough to hold cash, coins, and up to six keys.

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You can get your hands on the Hand Grenade Key and Coin Case over at Rakuten Global Market for about $14 (USD). Just don’t try and carry one of these through airport security – unless you actually enjoy the full body cavity search.

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