Jan 17, 2018

15 Coolest Keyring Tools and Keyrings For You.

Proper tools on your keyring can be of great assistance. For you to have the best tools for your keyring we have this collection from all over the world.

Pryme: Don't go by its size, this Grade 5 titanium micro bottle opener is strong enough to pull a car. Just put it in the keyring and it easily takes off the bottle tops. Buy Now.

Pryme

Batman Multi-Tool: Batman is always nifty with tools and gadgets. So we have this clever Batman Multi-Tool for you that functions as a bottle opener, has crosshead and flathead screwdrivers in the wings and comes with a keyring attachment. Buy Now.

Batman Multi-Tool
Ultra-Sil Dry Day Pack: The Ultra-Sil Dry Day Pack expands to the size of a full backpack and packs into its own tiny pouch that comes with a Hypalon keyring attachment. Buy Now.

Ultra-Sil Dry Day Pack
Fox Keyring: This cute little fox keyring is handmade, measures approximately 3.5cm x 3cm at the widest points and is perfect for your keys. Buy Now.

Fox Keyring
Electric Guitar Keyring: The Electric Guitar Keyring is perfect for holding your keys. Buy Now.

Electric Guitar Keyring
Airplane Keyring: The Airplane Keyring features a removable screwtop shaped as a globe paired with an airplane, and is perfect for storing important keys. Buy Now.

Airplane Keyring
VW Van Keychain: Now let the VW Van have your keys for secure keeping, this cute VW Van Keychain comes trimmed in gold tone with gold tone keyrings. The keyrings measure 24mm, the buses come in mint or pink and the cute buses also have pretty rhinestones on them. Buy Now.

VW Van Keychain
Slughaus Flashlight: This tiny flashlight that measures just 10.5mm x 30mm, weighs only 6 grams and produces 15 lumens of light surely redefines EDC. It's sleek, minimal, and comes in a beautiful design; can be attached to your keyring and powers on/off with a simple quarter rotation on the head. Designed with aerospace-grade aluminum, it illuminates in any weather and is available in three-color options. Buy Now.

Slughaus Flashlight

Spinning Bottle Opener: The Delta Spinning Bottle Opener is designed for EDC; this titanium spinning top comes with the ability to open bottles. Just attach it to your keyring or put it in your pocket, its compact. Pre-order.

Spinning Bottle Opener

Pico bottle opener: This titanium micro bottle opener needs your keyring to uncap your beverage bottles. Buy Now.

Pico bottle opener

Nukotools Fatboy G10 Punchring: The Fatboy is made from Black G10 fiberboard, comes with a keyring hole, can be attached to your keychain and have it with you at all times. Buy Now.

Nukotools Fatboy G10 Punchring
Titanium Pocket Bit: Titanium Pocket Bit is a keyring screwdriver and EDC multi-tool. It features compact solid titanium alloy double-sided screwdriver bit, and weighs around 1/4 the weight of a standard house key. It's perfect for fastening/loosening common screwheads, opening packages/boxes, and doubles as a bottle opener. Buy Now.

Titanium Pocket Bit

Space Keyring: The Space Keyring measures 1 inch / 25mm in diameter, comes with silver plated bezel, and the image is encased behind a glass dome. This handmade keyring is perfect for stargazers, astronomers, and more. Buy Now.

Space Keyring
KeySmart: KeySmart is a minimalist keyring and perfect pocket organizer. Made from Aluminum 6061, can hold up to 100 keys with the provided extension posts and comes with a removable loop to attach remote car keys. It's customizable and adding to it is simple and easy, it holds your USB sticks and barcode cards, to RFID chips and garage openers. Buy Now.

KeySmart

Ducttape Keychain: The Ducttape Keychain holds 18" of gorilla tape or 24" of gaffers tape; and to have ducttape around can always be useful. Buy Now.

Ducttape Keychain
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