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I am looking for a key chain or ring that is easy to get keys on and off without breaking or injuring one's nails/fingers, accommodates 10 or so keys, and ideally fits into one's pocket easily. Anyone have some contenders?

asked Apr 09 '12 at 14:32

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I think this is very much a matter of taste.

The very best keyring I've ever used is the random-access multi-ring system like this one, Kikkerland Super Key Ring with 5 Removable Rings. I own several of these, and load them up with different tools & keys. Easy to customize. I've seen (and bought) the same design branded by different companies: Columbia Sportswear, Roots, Coast Cutlery.

Another option is the Nite Ize KeyRack Key Holder with S-Biners.

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answered Jun 06 '12 at 13:23

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David Goodger
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This one is somewhat expensive, but totally worth it.

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answered Jun 06 '12 at 16:21

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Kster
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Agree with other posts. Aircraft cable key rings are great. Easy to add/remove keys, accommodates many keys, and doesn't feel bulky in my pocket. Cool Tools archive link: http://goo.gl/pd8Zl

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answered Jun 06 '12 at 18:51

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By Far my favorite so far is the nite-ize key-rack in stainless:

http://www.niteize.com/products/key-rack-steel

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answered Jun 07 '12 at 08:44

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