Press-to-Open Key Ring - Set of 3


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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.

391 Reviews (4.5 out of 5 Grommets)

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Disappointing merchandise.

5/6/2014 by Parvin

Did not meet my expectations.


Good idea but does not work

4/19/2014 by Loretta

Good idea, but when put to use turned out to be very difficult. Some of my keys could not fit and I spent too much time fidgeting with it. Itt. It took MORE time than my previous key system.
I returned it immediately!
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Very poor

4/12/2014 by Dennis

Not pleased at all, difficult to open key ring sorry I made the purchase.
Dennis Lee
P.S. Your rating scale is difficult to understand.



1/4/2014 by Kathleen

Maybe OK for a maintenance key ring. Too expensive for quality. Interesting that the three little rings on the big ring break your finger nails trying to get the key on. That's what the big ring was supposed to prevent. Wouldn't recommend.More > < Less


Not what I expected.

11/13/2013 by Dawn

I purchased this item based on the great reviews. I love that I don't have to struggle to put a key on anymore. However, I worry that I would lose a key while using the key ring because the ring doesn't close/clamp down completely. The smaller rings for individual keys clutter up the small ring; it would've been nice to have a larger key ring. To compensate I've placed a larger key ring through the smaller key rings, which means that I have a very busy (cluttered) key ring. I like the concept though - just wish it were sturdier and more aesthetically pleasing to the eye. I will be using my old key chain.More > < Less

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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.