I like variety and that is cool. Though if you are looking for a cheap route just use a caribiner. It is very functional, strong, cheap, available everywhere practically, and comes in a variety of colors. I used one (actually using the spring) approximately 10 or so times a day, everyday, for over 4 years before the clip wore out slightly. Even then, I bent it back and it still worked. I like them because you can keep your different vehicle, house, work, and whatever else keys together but seperate. I also hate to have anything in my jean pockets, so I just attach it to a loop on my pants...works everytime, no failure or lost keys with everyday use for over 10 years.
NEVER USE THESE!!! I used them once and the thing just came loose...spent a good 30 minutes searching for my motorcycle key. Good thing I had stopped for a lookout point and not an excursion!
2009 GREEN Kawasaki Versys
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I found this online a couple years ago and they finally got there act together and released a pretty good alternative to the standard key chain.
I like it because my keys are not getting jammed when i turn the handlebars to either side.Here are some pics of the keyport in the wild
southbark, I just came to know about that and I just want to say that I really like that too much. The another thing is that I totally agree with you that its really that much easy to keep with us as well as keys are not getting jammed anyways.