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BladeKey™ Bolt - Open Source Pocket Key Organizer

A project in Tempe, AZ by BladeKey LLC
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An easy to use "swiss army" style pocket key organizer. No jingling. No poking. Your keys. Open Source Design & Accessories.
Backers: 2009
Average Pledge Per Backer: $27

Funded: $53,431 of $6,000
Dates: Mar 11th -> Apr 10th (30 days)
Project By: BladeKey LLC
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Latest News

Swiss Army-Style Key Organizer Eliminates Jingling (video)

April 6th - via: mashable.com
BladeKey aims to silence the jingle-jangle of your keychain. The organization tool tucks away keys Swiss Army knife-style, eliminating the need for a keyring and saving your leg from painful pokes. BladeKey is currently collecting funds on Kickstarter with a campaign that has exceeded its initial goal more than six times over with four days left. (Read More)

Bladekey Bolt: Revolutionizing Key Rings

April 2nd - via: berkeleysg.com
The best inventions are often the ones that solve everyday problems to make our lives simpler and easier. That’s exactly what you get with the BladeKey Bolt, which aims to tackle the problems associated with traditional keyrings. If you’ve ever been irritated by keys digging into your leg through your pocket, jangling around and making a racket, or being hard to untangle when they get mixed up… then you’ll probably want to take a look at the Bladekey Bolt. (Read More)

BladeKey Bolt organizes your keys in Swiss Army Knife style

March 26th - via: gizmag.com
We've seen quite a few products designed to help eliminate excessively large and noisy keyrings, such as the Keyport and Keylet. Now, a new product called the BladeKey Bolt is entering the fray, but it comes with some, err, key differences. (Read More)

Extended Length Version

March 19th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi Everyone, I have been getting a lot of requests for a slightly longer version of the BladeKey--particularly for European keys that are 61-64mm long.  Accordingly, I have made an Extended Length version available that is 10 mm longer than the... (Read More)

Everyone, Disregard Update #3.

March 15th - via: kickstarter.com
This post is for backers only. Please visit Kickstarter.com and log in to read. (Read More)

Engineering Drawings are Done! Moving to Production of Small Initial Batch.

March 15th - via: kickstarter.com
This post is for backers only. Please visit Kickstarter.com and log in to read. (Read More)

Want to Order an Additional BladeKey? Add $20 to Pledge Amount.

March 14th - via: kickstarter.com
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Everyday Commentary: BladeKey Review

March 14th - via: everydaycommentary.com
If you care about the stuff you use everyday or if your the kind of person that is always looking for ways to do things faster, better, and more efficiently or if your the kind of person that likes to be prepared, your probably like a lot of other people that read this site. Those are all good reason to care about gear and good useful design. We strive to have better tools because we understand those tools make life a little easier and...hell...who doesn't like tools? (Read More)

Sending 3D Models to the "BladeKey Factory"

March 13th - via: kickstarter.com
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We are funded!

March 11th - via: kickstarter.com
Thank you everyone for your support!  We are funded after just 2 days!  I am going to get the ball rolling on the manufacturing process, and I will keep backers informed through these updates as progress is made. Hopefully, over the next 28 days... (Read More)

Backed Or Whacked: Covers To Cloak Your Keys

March 3rd - via: techcrunch.com
Once rejected by Kickstarter, the smartphone-controlled door lock Lockitron was a crowdfunding hit on its own site. Still, for the foreseeable future, most locks will be opened with the insertion and turning of those sculpted metal strips known as keys. Their manual mechanics are an anathema to today’s early adopter. Worse, they jangle around in your pocket, ready to unleash their inner Inigo Montoya on whatever naked, valuable glass-clad object that dares invade their domain. Recently, though, a trio of crowdfunded projects sought to establish study enclosures to organize and keep those rustling rapscallions literally in line (Read More)

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