documenting the many uses for the common pocket knife
KeySmart is like an aggregator for your keys, and I really, really want to like this product (and I do). However I have reservations about whether it will actually help. Sure I have regular keys on my chain (home, office, PO box) but I also have big heavy ass key fobs. These fobs have security chips, auto start features and other conveniences that make them insanely expensive, and begrudgingly essential to operating my vehicle. I also have a ring of “loyalty” or discount cards that while I don’t use enough to justify their existence, my wife assures me are essential to our financial stability.
So where does this leave me and KeySmart? In my case it may actually add some bulk to my keychain considering the few traditional keys I carrt. For others (property owners, landlords, scary janitors) it may be just what the doctor ordered.
There’s a good customer pics section that shows some KeySmarts and key fob coexisting.