Chums Key Quiver will help organize and optimize your pocket real estate. No longer the pain of disorganized keys stabbing into your leg, the constant rattling of keys hitting keys, this patented technology keeps all your keys cool and collected.
Fits up to five keys + keychain tool
Silicone sleeve comfortably stores keys
Low Profile, not bulky in your limited pocket real estate
Don't lose those keys and get stranded! Our Floating Neo Keychain keeps your keys on the surface if they happen to go in the drink. Will float the equivalent of three keys, about 1.4 oz. Easy to spot foam filled neoprene. Please test before using, all keys are not the same weight.
Closed cell foam filled neoprene
Floats keys for boats, PWCs and other water craft
Visible with silver split ring
Floats 3 keys, 1.4 oz (40g)
Test floatation in shallow water before heading offshore
Our carabiner keychain is a patented carabiner design in 6061 aluminum with a stylish accent
webbing keyring. Clips easily to just about anything. Great for keys, but it
also the best thing for Swiss Army knives, flashlights or anything that you
want to clip to your pack or bag.
80 mm 6061 aluminum carabiner with patented no slide slot to keep keys in place.
The Floating Keychain fits over your wrist so you don't lose your keys while on the water. If you happen to go overboard and lose your keys the Floating Keychain will keep them on the surface. Easy to spot with its bright yellow foam and TPU construction, it will float 1 oz (28g) or about 2 keys.
Over-the-wrist comfort, foam and stretch TPU (not latex) construction
Easily visible yellow foam floats with black split ring
Extra security for those keys you don't want to lose
Floats approximately two keys, 1 oz (28g)
Please test in shallow water before heading into the deep
Never worry about getting stranded in the middle of a lake again! Next time your dad jumps off the boat with his keys in his pocket they’ll be secured with this floating carabiner. Clip one side to your belt loop and one side to your keys, in the off chance it comes loose you’ll be able to spot it in the water thanks to high visibility colors.