Thursday, September 25, 2014

Keystone Keyholder






What's the link between a Swiss Army knife and a key holder?

The Keystone Keyholder!

Who would have thought of a Swiss Army knife key holder? The Keystone Keyholder is compact and looks classy with its minimalist clean lines and choice of finishes. Its unique design and innovative concept would be a topic of conversation each time you whip out your keys. Best of all, your keys would never jingle. Don't you hate how your keys jingle to announce your arrival?

My cousin is the genius who came up with this simple yet innovative concept and his project is currently up on Kickstarter-- a global crowdfunding platform based in the United States. The company’s mission is to help bring creative projects to life. I would love to see my cousin's project being brought to life too!

The minimalist key holder for the modern man and woman is available in stainless steel or aluminium. I had the honour to see and feel the Keystone personally and I honestly think that it is a stylish keyholder.

Every Keystone comes with hardware to hold up to 20 of your keys. Additional post extensions increase this ability to infinity. As I simply have much too many keys (read: lazy), I got my sister to try out the Keystone instead much to her delight.




The "S"-shaped body is designed for you to retrieve your keys easily. The spacers isolate each key and prevent interference among your keys.




The Keystone keeps your keys safe and keeps you safe from poking keys.




The Keystone fits all house-keys: As long as your keys are flat and has a hole larger than 1/8" (3mm), they will fit.




Pardon my sis's unsightly rusty keys. Should have used my keys instead. Lol... Other than sheer laziness, I hesitated using this for my own as I've got to go through bag scanner at my office and I thought it might be better to avoid any physical bag checks and interrogation for a case of mistaken Swiss Army knife. Not to worry though, my cousin has gone through airport customs with no problem at all!

Visit my cousin's Keystone Kickstarter page for more beautiful photos and video. This project will only be funded if at least $3,000 is pledged by Sat, Oct 25 2014 12:00 AM AWST. If you're into Kickstarter projects, he would be very grateful if you could back this project.

As a low-key Kickstarter project, reaching a wide audience is important. Regardless if the stretch goals are met, please support my cousin's project:

Thumbs up Cuzzie! All the best for your kickstarter project!


[This is a scheduled post. I've enjoyed reading your comments on my previous post and I would get down to replying and visiting your blogs soon.] 

41 comments:

  1. Well look how clever! It is one thing to have a bright idea and then an entirely different thing to make it reality. Very impressive!

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    1. I often have very great concepts all in my head and then many years later, I see them being invented. haha... So yes. It is impressive as "It is one thing to have a bright idea and then an entirely different thing to make it reality".

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  2. Hi Jo, I would have never thought of a swiss Army knife key holder at all if not because of your today post:). Looking good key holder though, I do apologies for a late replied from being so sick. we all just feeling better and I back to work right away though. Enjoy the rest of your week over your place Jo.

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    1. I'm only glad that you're recovering well now, Tanya. Thank you for visiting and hope you continue to heal to tip top condition.

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  3. Congratulations to your cousin, for coming up with such a cool device! Everyone needs one! Makes for a great gift too!
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    1. Thank you for the kind compliment, Kim. =)

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  4. This is really cool, I like how it works too :) Super. Have a great weekend doll xx

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    1. Thank you for the kind compliment, Kizzy.

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    1. Ah, that's a key holder and not a Swiss Army knife.

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  6. Thank you so much for the really wonderful comment on my blog, of course we can stay in touch... so glad I popped over from Imogen's blog... I rarely do since I follow so many blogs but your comment there caught my eye ... have a great week... see you soon xox

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    1. I always appreciate having blog readers and friends like you so thank you too for everything.

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  7. It seems a great project. I haven't seen before anything like that. Have a good night!
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    1. Thank you for your comment. I love seeing newcomers here. =)

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  8. Ooh, I like that! My keychain is out of control, so I need to look into that!

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    1. Thank you for your comment, Stephanie. I love seeing newcomers around. =)

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  9. omg! what an amazing thing! your cousin is a genius Jo! this is truly awesome :) I don't have too many keys but I would love to keep them in a keychain like that! I already liked the Facebook page you shared and I'm so happy to support your cousin on this amazing adventure! oh and don't feel shame for your sister's rusted keys lol mine are rusted too! haha
    Thanks so much for sharing darling!
    XOXO

    Milu
    www.hellolupi.blogspot.com
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    1. Thank you very much for liking the Facebook page and showing your support. That's really sweet of you, Milu! xoxo

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  10. well, to me, i haven bought any swiss knife before, thanks for sharing...

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    1. Ah, that's a key holder and not a Swiss Army knife.

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  11. This project looking so great! I usually never take a look at my key and just leave it like that, haha.

    Anyway, I am living in Asia, Indonesia. It's really nice to know you! x

    Love,
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    1. Thank you for the kind compliment, dear. We are living close to each other since we are both in Asia. Looking forward to more interaction with you!

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  12. I´ve never seen something like that, it´s so helpful and original. Your cousin came up with brilliant idea, it´s so handful for people like me who always get lost keys haha. :)
    Thanks a lot for your lovely comment and following. I´m following you back to keep in touch with such amazing person like you´re.
    Fashion Happenss

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    1. Thank you for the kind compliment, dear. Thanx for the follow too. Looking forward to knowing you better! =)

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  13. Great post
    love your blog!!
    would you like to follow each other via GoogleFC ??
    if yes, follow me, let me know and I follow you too :))

    kisses

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    1. Thanx for your comment. Love seeing newcomers here. If you love my blog, feel free to follow. I would usually follow back if we have enough meaningful exchanges and connections. Looking forward to seeing you around more often. =)

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  14. This is really simple and useful .. love it! :)
    Would you like to follow each other on GFC?

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    1. Thanx for your comment. Love seeing newcomers here. I would usually follow back if we have enough meaningful exchanges and connections. Looking forward to seeing you around more often. =)

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  15. Hi doll, I saw your second comment, it only slightly annoys me when people do that because they ignore your recent post really. I've had a few people do this and then leave a comment telling me to only comment on their recent post, but they didn't on my blog. Haha. It's just one of those weird things. You haven't done it, you tend to comment on all of them to catch up, so please don't worry at all. I hope your weekend has been lovely xxx

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  16. Wou I see it firt time it looks interesting!
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    1. Thank you, dear. Love seeing newcomers around!

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  17. Wow Jo! Your cousin is a genius, really deserves to see the project funded as it is so innovative and brilliant! The result is also very elegant, is compact and dont make that annoying noise sometimes keys make lol!:) Btw, I didnt know that platform, I think is so good as well. Good luck and thumbs up!:) Have a lovely week ahead Jo, hugs! xo

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    1. Yes, Lilli. When he told me that his project was small fry compared to many other big projects on Kickstarter, I told him that sometimes innovation is all about simplicity too. Thank you for your kind compliments as always.

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  18. Cool and original!
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    1. Thank you. Love seeing newcomers around!

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  19. Very interesting ;)
    Kisses
    Maggie D.
    <a href="http://www.indiansavage.com”> Maggie Dallospedale Fashion diary - Fashion Blog </a>

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  20. People who carry a lot of keys should love this! No one likes to jingle when they walk, except maybe a reindeer. :)

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