The Clip is the last keychain you’ll ever need
America has a problem, and that problem is the keychain. Festooned with small tools, loyalty cards, charms, toys and, oh yeah, keys, it’s become unwieldy and it needs to be fixed.
Let’s start with what the Clip is: a folded piece of stainless steel in a clip shape. Nothing revolutionary. What makes it so great is the form factor and overall design.
For example, the Clip can pretty much be placed however you like your keys. In your pocket, hanging off your belt, whatever. Secondly, the shape lends itself to multiple uses: you can use it as a money clip, a place to store your headphones, and so on, so you’ll never lose the stuff.
Finally, the stainless steel makes it an incredibly useful multitool; it can serve as a bottle opener, a basic knife edge for opening packages, a small pry, and so on. It’s surprisingly durable even for a piece of steel; I’ve used it to pull nails. It’s even got a small slot near the keyring area to link two of them together. Even better, it’s deliberately designed to last as long as possible, and
In short, hang your keys and a flashlight off this thing and you’ve got everything you need out of a keychain. Except maybe a place to store those loyalty cards.
The Clip [Little Bonsai]