The FreeKey Keyring Opens Without Breaking a Nail

By: Meghan Young - Published: Feb 16, 2012 • References: & ohgizmo
Classic keychains may be a necessary item in many people’s lives, but that doesn’t mean they are optimally designed; the FreeKey Keyring, on the other hand, is. It has been tweaked in a basic and ingenious way to allow keys to be placed on it easier without breaking a nail.

The FreeKey Keyring boasts a press-to-open design that is pretty self explanatory. All that a person needs to do is press down on a specific area in order to lift the end that the key would be inserted into. Instead of prying it open with teeth or nails, you can open the FreeKey Keyring with ease. The kink in the middle of the keyring lets the end lift almost effortlessly. Stats for Kinked-Out Keychains Trending: Older & Mild
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