Press-to-Open Key Ring - Set of 3

By FREEKey

$19.45
Key Ring System

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Details

Key ring that opens easily-curved inner layer that springs open at the push of a button.

  • Materials: High-grade sandblasted stainless steel
  • Designed in Sweden; manufactured in the USA
  • Comes in set of 3
  • Dimensions: 1.25" diameter x 0.1875" (at widest point)
  • Weight: 0.01 lb.

383 Reviews (4.5 out of 5 Grommets)

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Love this

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No more broken nails trying to open key ring

5

Excellent product. Works as promised!

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Great product!

5

Great

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Great idea!! wish I had thought of it. I gave them as gifts. Recipients loved them.

5

Very useful key ring style

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Such a simple concept with fantastic results. Anyone who struggles with placing or removing keys from their rings will find this product irreplaceable.

5

Bought these before.

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These are handy gifts. I also have saved many a fingernail with my own 2 key ring sets.

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FREEKey - Press-to-Open Key Ring

About FREEKey

Unlocking Simplicity

Designer Erik von Schoultz of Sweden didn’t need to reinvent the wheel to improve the key ring. When he decided to make an easier split-ring key chain, he found that a simple, strategically placed bump could make a world of difference. He ironed out the details of the invention, dubbed FREEKey, with Oscar Löwenhielm of Stockholm-based Drosselmeyer Design Group.

The problem FREEKey solves is all too familiar. It’s a hassle to manipulate conventional split-ring key chains. Adding or removing a key requires prying apart the overlapping metal loops and wedging the edge of the key in between the gaps. FREEKey is completely different. With a simple press, the end of the FREEKey ring lifts open to allow a key to slide in or out. You can take a single house key with you when you go for a walk, or leave a car key with a valet, or ditch your work keys for the weekend without wrecking your nails or jamming your fingers.

Made from high-grade stainless steel, FREEKey’s press-to-open key rings are manufactured in the U.S. and made available through Exotac, an outdoor gear business in Georgia started by engineer Rob Falkenhayn. Once you try FREEKey, you won’t miss wrestling with other split-ring key chains.