KeySmart is one of the best ways to keep your keys organized, and from becoming a mess. They more recently have also become one of the best ways to keep your keys safe, and trackable even.
I really do have start this article off though by saying I am a huge fan of these products. I personally was given one as a gift by my wife a while back, and haven’t looked back. This along with one of my coffee cups, tends to be carried by me constantly.
So what is a KeySmart?
At its basics, it is two thin slabs of metal, that are connect on each end by pins that go through the end of your keys. Each key then can be swiveled out of the “sandwich” of keys to then be used at any time.
It take a bit of getting used to, however over time you begin to get a feel for where each key is, and you can use each key, even in the dark.
KeySmart is getting smarter.
Now I must say, mine is the original red KeySmart, and doesn’t have many of the frills that come with others.
However there are plenty of ways to spruce up your product. There are accessories including knives, bottle openers, screwdrivers, rulers and more that can be added to any KeySmart.
You can also purchase other versions of the this as well. These version can be leather, a rugged style, some different special editions, and even a KeySmart PRO that has Tile built into the unit, and is completely trackable, never to lose your keys again.
What else does KeySmart sell
KeySmart has began to also move into other markets for daily carry as well. This includes backpacks and wallets.
I personally believe this product is perfect for about anyone. If you have more than two keys, you could probably use one of these.
One thing I have to mention from experience, is you get weird looks from security guards everywhere… as this does kinda look like a knife. However after a quick inspection, I have never run into any real problems.
The great thing, is with the accessories you can personalize it to your needs, and becomes more than just your keys. It keeps much of your daily carry items in one place.
All of this at a price that is pretty reasonable. The most expensive unit is under $50, and the standard one is around $20. This is a pretty low cost when it changes how you handle keys.