Key/Keyring combo is all too easy

July 9, 2009 By Paul Wagorn

This is to be filed in the “why didn’t I think of that?” folder. Sometimes an idea doesn’t have to be complicated, expensive or difficult understand to be creative and useful.

The picture says it all:

The beauty is in it’s simplicity: combine the key and keyring into one object – Designed an patented by Scott Amron, the Split Key Ring both opens your doors and holds your other keys. It comes as a key blank that fits standard KW1 and SC1 keyways and can be cut in any key cutter.

The key blanks sells for $7 for a pack of two. No offence Scott, but why did it take so long for someone to come up with this?

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