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What If Your Key Ring Acted Like a Swiss Army Knife?

Let’s face it–most people pick up a lot of keys during their adult life. The result? A big, bulky, noisy, and frustrating key ring.

Fortunately, someone has come up with a great solution. This little Key Smart 2.0 organizes your keys and turns them into a neat, clean, “Swiss Army Knife” style package that’s a lot easier to deal with.

This is a great idea for two major reasons.

It will allow you to save your ignition switch.

Unless you’re in a newer car with an “on” switch, your keys are probably still dangling from the ignition every time you drive.

The bigger your key ring, the more problematic this can become. Over time, the weight puts a strain on your ignition. It will eventually fail, which means your car won’t start.

With the Key Smart the weight isn’t going to hang straight down, which means your ignition will last a lot longer.

Keys won’t get lost as often.

Traditional key rings often include those cheap aluminum rings that tend to get warped over time. Sooner or later they’re going to twist open and send keys off to Never-Never land. This means you’ve got to call a locksmith so you can get back into your house or car.

With something like the Key Smart you’re much less likely to lose any of your most important keys. They’ll be tucked neatly away until you’re ready to use them.

They’re cheap, and they make good gifts.

You can get a Key Smart for less than $20. We’re smack dab in the middle of the holiday season right now, and while the team at Omega locksmith doesn’t recommend products too often, we do see the merit in this one. As far as gift giving goes, the device solves a problem that almost everyone has, making it a great gift for that hard-to-buy-for person on your list.


Jose Mario Hernandez Jr.

Jose Mario Hernandez Jr. is a certified locksmith in the State of Illinois and the Chief Executive Officer of Omega Locksmith which he founded in 1994. Jose is a second-generation locksmith following in the footsteps of his father Pepe and has over 20 years of experience serving the residents of Chicago. His early schooling was at J. Sterling Morton East High School in Chicago followed by a degree in Morton College, Cicero, IL. Jose is also an ardent Chicago Cubs fan, a great human being, a loving husband and a doting father.

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