Cheapest Keys Organizer (Flexible to Add and Remove)

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I really like those ideas of making keys into swiss army knife style, but i felt that there is lots of constraints in size, fix numbers of keys and too time consuming to make one.

So I thought of a simplest way to organize ur keys where u can have the flexibility of changing them as and when u had to. This way is much more cost effective and less time consuming.

Share with me ur version if u had made one. :)

Cheers!!!! :)

Below is the full instruction video, pls take a look.

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    MarkSindone

    2 years ago

    This is indeed a very cost-efficient and practical way to store your bunch of keys even you have ran out of key chains. It would be difficult though to remove the cable tie should you accidentally cut the ends too short.

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    TheCommander

    3 years ago

    here is what I did its temporary till I make a key bar but its pretty sturdy.

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    TheCommander

    3 years ago on Introduction

    have you tried a bolt and some washers(split washers?) and a nut, it might provide a more permanent setup. Of course locktite the end nut.

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    catvinTheCommander

    Reply 3 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for ur suggestion.

    Yes u might need washes if the keys' hole are too big for the cable tie. What i did is, i used those smaller keys on the sides so i dun need a washes.

    …ever tried to rip one? they're actually pretty tough.

    they might even beat the cheap-o steel spiral keyrings.

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    catvin

    4 years ago on Introduction

    that depend on the quality of the cable tie. It already a month since I made mine, no sign of falling a part.

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    catvinseamster

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks. Feel free to share if u have problem with this method.

    I currently thinking of a way to tie it with a loop so that we can connect to something els. But this is slightly more complicated.

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