bike multitool keychain

by Michael Khamsot $16.50

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Key to Success

A pocketful of keys can be heavy, bulky and uncomfortable. That's why Michael Khamsot invented this handy multi-functional tool that not only keeps your keys organized and tucked away, but even keeps your prepared in an emergency. It starts with a stainless steel cast, stone tumbled and hand-finished for smooth, rounded edges. Inspired by a pocketknife, the cast has pivots at each end, but instead of specialized blades, you can pull out your house key, your office key, your keychain discount card from the grocery store, or even pocket-sized screwdrivers and hex wrench.

The components are easily changed, just by using the edge of a coin to unscrew one of the pivots. The eye at one end allows you to include bulky keys, such as some car keys, via a keyring. In addition to all of that, there's even a built-in bottle opener, for refreshment emergencies. With all of that packed more compactly than the average keychain, you'll find this tool is unlocking doors for you wherever you go. Made in Portland, Oregon.

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Made from
stainless steel
3.5" L x 0.187" W x 2" H
Keyring included.
  • the maker

Michael Khamsot

I am a product designer and owner of Vixay Design. Our philosophy is "Stuff made in Oregon rocks!" We're excited to be in the good company of those who have chosen Oregon as the place they want to live and work in. Being able to make and sell my products here means a lot to me. I'm proud to be involved in designing, prototyping and finally experiencing my products being manufactured in the community I am a part of. It's a joy!

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