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2-Pack KeySmart Flex Compact Key Holder and Keychain Organizer EXPIRED

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Daily Steals has 2-Pack KeySmart Flex Compact Key Holder and Keychain Organizer for $9.49 when you follow the deal instructions below. Shipping is free.

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  1. Add product to cart.
  2. Proceed to checkout.
  3. Apply discount code DSKYSMT.
  4. Price will be $14.99 - $5.50 w/ discount code = $9.49 + free shipping.
  5. Proceed to checkout and complete your order.

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Yeah locks are overrated..
What is the point of this comment?
I been using a keysmart for about 7 years. The screws you can adjust the tightness so keys aren't hard to take out. I either push it through or i grab the indents of a key from the side. Biggest issue is if you have the screw loose, it is possible for it to fall apart. I think this has happened to me maybe once or twice since I bought it but I still use it with confidence. I tighten the keysmart all the way then I slowly loosen it until I'm comfortable with how easy/difficult it is to take out.

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stopped carrying keys a year ago, this is the way.
Im thinking of buying it since its so cheap. Are the keys easy to take in and out? Any issues you have
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I was being literal. I don't carry keys.
Yeah locks are overrated..
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Im thinking of buying it since its so cheap. Are the keys easy to take in and out? Any issues you have
I have the original keysmart and I love it. keys are loud and obnoxious without it. This makes you feel like a safecracker every time you open a door.

Buy them and give them as gifts.
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Im thinking of buying it since its so cheap. Are the keys easy to take in and out? Any issues you have
I been using a keysmart for about 7 years. The screws you can adjust the tightness so keys aren't hard to take out. I either push it through or i grab the indents of a key from the side. Biggest issue is if you have the screw loose, it is possible for it to fall apart. I think this has happened to me maybe once or twice since I bought it but I still use it with confidence. I tighten the keysmart all the way then I slowly loosen it until I'm comfortable with how easy/difficult it is to take out.
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Seconded, I picked these up the last time this vendor had them on sale. With the stock screws it's good for about six keys. Definitely put a drop of thread locker like locktite in there if you don't want it to unscrew itself. It's possible to put too much force on a key and bend it if you leave the keysmart dangling from a lock and bump into it or catch it on your clothing, moreso than a normal keyring because you have a little more lever arm to work with. Not a huge deal for me - I use it for seldom-used keys that are used with more care anyway.
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I been using a keysmart for about 7 years. The screws you can adjust the tightness so keys aren't hard to take out. I either push it through or i grab the indents of a key from the side. Biggest issue is if you have the screw loose, it is possible for it to fall apart. I think this has happened to me maybe once or twice since I bought it but I still use it with confidence. I tighten the keysmart all the way then I slowly loosen it until I'm comfortable with how easy/difficult it is to take out.
Does it feel really heavy in hand?
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Does it feel really heavy in hand?
I have mine set up with a kingston flashdrive and just 3 keys, its pretty light. Don't have a scale on me but it feels about the same weight as my car's key fob
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Im thinking of buying it since its so cheap. Are the keys easy to take in and out? Any issues you have
Having a third hand is VERY helpful but not necessary.
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can it be used as a weapon?
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I've used the original about 6 years. It's easy to replace keys and I do find it not too bad to use with a single hand if you place your common keys well. I started using this when I got sick of keys poking through pockets.
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