Up until last week, I thought the best way to keep my keys organized was keeping them on a ring in size order, but the KeySmart Pro proved I was very wrong.
Instead of letting your keys fly around freely in your pocket where they can scratch your phone’s screen and jingle relentlessly, the KeySmart Pro collects up to 10 of them together in a compact bundle that resembles up a Swiss Army Knife.
To add keys, you unscrew two large flat-head screws (they’re big enough that you can screw and unscrew them using a coin) that hold the two parts of the KeySmart Pro together and place their keyhole on top of one of two short studs.
You can place up to five keys on top of each stud, and the KeySmart Pro comes with small spacers that allow you to compensate for different key sizes. I only have three main keys, so I placed them all on one side, and used the spacers to even out the other one.
Once the keys are set, you screw the top piece back on and are left with a compact key holder that’s small enough to slip easily and out of your pocket. To get a key out, you can push on its top, which protrudes out further than the KeySmart Pro’s thin frame, and it’ll flip out, ready to use.
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