Key Pete

February 21, 2009


Key Pete is superstrong. Attach magnetic Pete to any metalic surface and he will hold your keys for you.

Extract from MB

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Random pic of the week

December 22, 2008


Designer Hyun-Woo Sim likens life’s precious moment’s to a lock that only you have a key to. The Key Lamp follows that premise. To turn it on a key has to be used to move the switch to the on position, and vice versa.

Extract from Yanko Design

Utili-Key 6-in-1 Tool

July 10, 2008


The lightest, most compact multiple tool ever developed! Easily closes to attach to any key ring, making it very easy to carry. This multi tool consist of a semi-serrated knife blade, a micro flat and a phillips head screwdriver, an eyeglass screwdriver and a bottle opener. Cool!

Extract from ThinkGeek

Wall Mounted Organizer

November 28, 2007


Studio Manzano’s CORRIDOR collection of metal wall mounted organizers for keys, gadgets and phones. Organize your junk, your wires, cell phones, mail, and all that other crap you threw on the table when you get home from work.
I do that too with my magnetic shelf from Ikea…

Extract from Studio Manzano

Key for Two in One

September 20, 2007

This key(s) makes so much sense but of course its hard to fabricate one since you never have 2 different keys for different purposes given to you at the same time, or maybe you do. Cut off the two heads and stuck it in a rubber piece. Great idea.

 

This key(s) can be twisted so it can be used.

Extracted from michal shabtiali

Folding Key

September 14, 2007

Am I ignorant, has this been around for a while? I do not know. You tell me. I saw these keys in an office in Shanghai when I was there for a visit to a production center.

Its hard to use on normal circumstances but its useful when a drawer of cabinet door goes into cramped corners. Simple solutions makes a big difference.

Key Buoy

August 16, 2007

 

Dubbed the ultimate key fob for boaters, this smart little gizmo is ideal for anyone who works or plays on water as it automatically inflates when it hits the wet stuff.

The second the Key Buoy is surrounded by H2O it opens up, releasing an air tube  that inflates automatically. Within 30 seconds the keys will rise to the surface with the 18½” air tube jutting out of the water, allowing you to spot, reach out and retrieve your keys. And there’s no rush because the Key Buoy maintains buoyancy for 40 minutes.

Extract from Firebox