Is it a key or a carabiner? Yes

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amron-carabiner-Key

Do you remember the Keybrid Keyring Key that I reviewed about 5 years ago? It was the marriage of a common house key and a split keyring. Amron Experimental, the same company who brought us the Keybrid is back with a new key-based product. This one is the Carabiner Key and as you’ve already guessed, it’s a key with a built in carabiner. It has a spring loaded gate that you can use to attach the key to your belt loop, gear bag, etc. It’s priced at $12.50 each and comes in either Kwikset or Schlage style key blanks so that you can take it to a key making kiosk to copy an existing key. What do you think? Useful or silly? Visit Amron Experimental for more info.

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  • RainyDayInterns December 22, 2015, 5:49 pm

    What would be cool is something that will slip over the head of any key to give it the carabiner feature…this way it can be reused.

  • Donald Schoengold December 22, 2015, 11:47 pm

    At $12.50 per key – the word would be “overpriced”.

  • Hai December 23, 2015, 9:56 am

    The “ring” on this key is too thick to loops other keys in.

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