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  # 2324140 24-Sep-2019 18:09
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I used to have half a stick of ram as a key ring, was very recognisable but also had a habit of wearing out everything else in your pocket including the pocket!

 

 

Me too! What are the chances... oh wait, it's geek zone.


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  # 2324151 24-Sep-2019 18:27
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My one is  a leather Roswell 1947 key ring. Awesome. Not many in my neighbourhood! Bought in Roswell of course


 
 
 
 


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  # 2324152 24-Sep-2019 18:28
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RmACK:

 

Poll:

 

I used to have half a stick of ram as a key ring, was very recognisable but also had a habit of wearing out everything else in your pocket including the pocket!

 

 

Me too! What are the chances... oh wait, it's geek zone.

 

 

Go to a farm store and get a RAM one, soft and no wear...


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  # 2324167 24-Sep-2019 19:07
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I have a metal ring from a hard drive on mine. I’m not sure what it’s made of but it feels lighter and harder than aluminium. That, a carabiner and a bottle opener.

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  # 2324181 24-Sep-2019 19:50
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xpd:

 

Geektastic: Seat belt cutter and glass breaker.

 

Like this ?

 

 

 

Probably this one: ResQme

 

 

 

Click to see full size

 

 

 

There are a few resellers of it on Trademe.

 

Used to sell them so have made sure everyone I know has one. Should be standard equipment in NZ given how much we drive close to the sea.

 

 


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  # 2324200 24-Sep-2019 20:57
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Swiss Tech Utili-Key.

I've used mine so much I've worn it out and need a new one. Fantastic wee tool, excellent for opening boxes, tightening eyeglasses and opening packages. Lightweight and you don't even realise you're carrying it. (
Except when you take one in to Court..)


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Key ring with engraved tag with my first name and phone number, so my keys come back to me if I loose them.

 

PS: I only carry a car  key, as the house uses pin codes.





HTPC / Home automation (home assistant) enthusiast.


 
 
 
 


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  # 2324221 24-Sep-2019 22:06
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jarledb:

 

xpd:

 

Geektastic: Seat belt cutter and glass breaker.

 

Like this ?

 

 

 

Probably this one: ResQme

 

 

 

Click to see full size

 

 

 

There are a few resellers of it on Trademe.

 

Used to sell them so have made sure everyone I know has one. Should be standard equipment in NZ given how much we drive close to the sea.

 

 

 

 

 

 

That be the one.






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  # 2324574 25-Sep-2019 12:55
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Quinny:

 

The bunny all the way. This is what I have but in bright Fluro pink

 

https://www.trademe.co.nz/mobile-phones/accessories/charms/listing-2327253422.htm?rsqid=7d2940cca0e84253a2f5d2297ffa6112-002

 

 

 

 

 

 

14 x 10 cm? You a crazy persom.





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  # 2324600 25-Sep-2019 13:33
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eracode:

 

Quinny:

 

The bunny all the way. This is what I have but in bright Fluro pink

 

https://www.trademe.co.nz/mobile-phones/accessories/charms/listing-2327253422.htm?rsqid=7d2940cca0e84253a2f5d2297ffa6112-002

 

 

14 x 10 cm? You a crazy persom.

 

 

Guess its easier to find your keys that way... :D


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