Give Dad an organized keychain for Father’s Day – at a 40% savings on Keyport Slides

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I absolutely love my Keyport keychain, and I know my husband loves his just as much.  It’s incredibly nice to have up to six keys and keychain tools (like an LED flashlight, pen, flash drive, bottle opener, or even an insert to hold his VIP customer card numbers)  in one compact little case about the size of a pack of TicTac mints.  I carry my keys in my bag, but my husband has mentioned that not having keys digging into his leg as he sits is a bonus of  using the Keyport keychain alternative.  If your father could benefit from having his bulky keychain compacted, consider giving him a Keyport keychain alternative for Father’s Day this year.  There are lots of Slide colors that should please any Dad – black, white, black/red, translucent, a special DefCon design, and even black/pink if that’s what Dad wants.

Keyport is offering a 40% discount on the purchase of any Slide 2.0.  While you’re there, you can order the keys for Dad, or you can purchase a gift certificate which he can use to order his own key slides and accessories.  The discount is good for Slide 2.0 purchases until 6/15/15; just use the code 40OFFSLIDE when ordering.

Read Julie’s review of the Keyport Slide 2.0 to learn more about this little keychain powerhouse.  You’ll probably want to get one for yourself while you’re shopping for Dad.

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  • Andrew Baker June 17, 2015, 9:40 am

    I soo want to use this. I just can’t with the types of keys I use and the sheer quantity of them. I have a TRI separation keyring to help minimize my walking “jangle” My car unfortunately uses one of those encrypted security keys that require you sell your first born into slavery if you ever have to replace it. So I have to carry that big unit with me. I have 3 USB (kingston aluminum) flash drives. Get to work, Pull off my “personal” section, plug it into my computer (it contains encrypted USB with encrypted digital keychain (yes double encrypted), then remove my “home” section with car key, house key, RSA fobs, etc and toss it into my backpack (this insures I don’t drive home without my laptop and gadgets) finally stuffing the work section into my pocket with my door fobs, server access fobs, and various work keys. When it’s time to leave they all get snapped together again to form the mighty “jangletron” I so wish I could get rid of all this stuff, and just use 1 or 2 of these.

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