How many keys on your chain?

idleprocess

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6 keys, 1 screwdriver set, 1 spare 123 carrier, and one keyfob LED.


I really like that screwdriver set because the "ring" it came with is well-suited to large bundles of keys because of the straight sections. It can be folded to sit neatly in the pocket unlike a bulging traditional split-ring.
 

bindibadgi

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8 keys and a Photon 1 on a little carabiner clipped to the front of my trousers. I keep my arc aaa loose in my front pocket.
 

IlluminatingBikr

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House Key
Arc AAA Turquoise
Red PT Eclipse
Mini-swiss army knife (has a red LED on it)
Bike lock key

So 5 things, 3 of which emit light. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif
 

turbodog

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We live in an honest area. I don't have keys per se. There is a key I leave in the ignition of my truck, but we always leave the house unlocked.
 

Shanghaied

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10 keys:

2 keys for the two different locks on the apartment door

1 key for the cellars and laundry room

1 key for the metal storage cage inside the cellar

1 key for the security cage in the garage

1 key to book laudry times

1 universal key for the all the newspaper deposite boxes in town (from a previous job)

1 key for the bike

1 key for the another bike

1 electronic key for the garage

Bottle opener

Metal keyfob from my old highschool

At one time or another also had small coin-cell light, Leatherman Micra, 2xSwisstech tools and a carabiner on, but I grew out of those now (my pants would drop to the ground without my belt)

Used to deliver the morning paper, had about 30 more keys on me then.

Yeah when I go through airport security checks they think I'm janitor or jail warden....
 

turbodog

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[ QUOTE ]
Shanghaied said:
10 keys:

2 keys for the two different locks on the apartment door

1 key for the cellars and laundry room

1 key for the metal storage cage inside the cellar

1 key for the security cage in the garage

1 key to book laudry times

1 universal key for the all the newspaper deposite boxes in town (from a previous job)

1 key for the bike

1 key for the another bike

1 electronic key for the garage

Bottle opener

Metal keyfob from my old highschool

At one time or another also had small coin-cell light, Leatherman Micra, 2xSwisstech tools and a carabiner on, but I grew out of those now (my pants would drop to the ground without my belt)

Used to deliver the morning paper, had about 30 more keys on me then.

Yeah when I go through airport security checks they think I'm janitor or jail warden....

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With current news it looks like you can replace all these with a bic pen.
 

ksbman

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I hate carrying keys that I don't use. I don't carry work keys when I'm not at work. When I had a motorcycle, I didn't carry car keys on the MC ring and vice-versa.

So my car key ring has just the Apt door key and the car key. My work key ring just has 4 work keys on it. My walking key ring just has the door key on it.
 

Shanghaied

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[ QUOTE ]
turbodog said:
[ QUOTE ]
Shanghaied said:
10 keys:

2 keys for the two different locks on the apartment door

1 key for the cellars and laundry room

1 key for the metal storage cage inside the cellar

1 key for the security cage in the garage

1 key to book laudry times

1 universal key for the all the newspaper deposite boxes in town (from a previous job)

1 key for the bike

1 key for the another bike

1 electronic key for the garage

Bottle opener

Metal keyfob from my old highschool

At one time or another also had small coin-cell light, Leatherman Micra, 2xSwisstech tools and a carabiner on, but I grew out of those now (my pants would drop to the ground without my belt)

Used to deliver the morning paper, had about 30 more keys on me then.

Yeah when I go through airport security checks they think I'm janitor or jail warden....

[/ QUOTE ]

With current news it looks like you can replace all these with a bic pen.

[/ QUOTE ]

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Topper

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11 keys, a photon a glowring AG Russel's Hunters Scalpel(small fixed blade knife) and now a Peak AAA to replace my ARC AAA cuz I don't want to lose the ARC
Topper /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif
 

yuandrew

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4 keys (One for the front gate, another for the front door, another for the door leading into the garage, and a key for the padlock to my PE locker)

Other items include an Inova Micro Light with weak batteries, a remote control for a Coleman 8D fluorescent lantern, an an "Etnies" (brand of shoes) key fob.
 

Lumenous

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One car key, a keyless entry transmitter and a CMG Infinity. I usually get into the house through the garage. In fact I don't even know why we have a front door. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/icon3.gif I suppose the mailman needs a slot to drop the mail through.
 

Echo63

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car key
imobiliser tag
front door key
shed key
handcuff key
either and INfinity Ultra or Longbow Micra (with clicky)
oh and there is always something bigger and brighter on my hip
like an L4 or Pila GLX3R
 
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