All of us, at least several times in our lives, encountered the keychain ring. This is not a pleasurable experience and its quite frustrating, especially for those who bite their nails, or have very short ones.
I believe everybody tried to put the key on to the key chain with one hand, while trying to spread the spring or the coil on the keychain ring with the other. This action can be painful sometimes. Then we have tried using some helpful tools like thin knives, tweezers etc, just to get the job done.
Starting from this experience, nice two solutions were born: Freekey and Keybrid- interesting word game for the names, ha? Catchy and also makes sense.
The first one is the Freekey- the innovative press- to- open keychain ring or spring… or coil, depends on the region you live in. The design reminds us of the mechanism that is mostly used in girl’s hair clips. Upgraded version of an everyday keychain design, it has an extra curve in the ring, which makes the key pitting in very comfortable. By pressing on the curve the edge of the ring lifts or pops up, thus providing enough space to put your key onto it.
Why they didn’t invent this, years ago?
It costs 8.95$ and comes with three sets for three groups of keys.
The second one is Keybrid- a key variant that has a metal spring mechanism on top of the base of the key. In this case, it’s not necessary to struggle with popping up the keychain ring. All you have to do is to press gently against the mechanism with your keychain ring. The mechanism on the key itself will open and voilà- the key gets on the ring.
This nice key will cost you 8.99$ and comes in silver, black and even pink and gold.
Dear nail-biters, your nightmares came to an end.