Review: Keyport Pivot System: organize your pocket

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The good

No more big keychains

  

It's like a Swiss Army knife but with the part that you will really use

The bad

Install a little tricky

9.3

Like an everything

Many times, something landed on my desk that made me think, "Huh, great." When Keyport shipped its Pivot system with lots of accessories, it was one of those things.

Look, I hate my keychain passionately. Or at least I did …

Streamline your pocket

Image: Joe Rice-Jones / KnowTechie

Look, we know you need an irregular ring with around a million keys. We understand We also know that you need to carry a USB drive, and maybe some tools. I mean, part of Every Day Carry (EDC) means it's always ready, right?

I was a Boy Scout for more years than I want to remember, and I never really felt at home without at least some survival tools. Usually that means pockets that stick out when I try to put multiple tools, knives, and other items in the same pocket as my keys. Everything should be kept in that pocket, because it is impossible for me to put the device in my pocket, I leave my phone.

Honestly, it was really a nightmare, but I had to hate myself to a certain extent because I kept all this "just in case". Take. My house key goes in, as well as a USB Keyport, a scalable insert that aims to put it together with your key if you lose it, and a 10-tool multi-tool insert in one.

A few specially designed screw rounds later, and Pivot securely stores all my belongings inside. Then the pocket knife and flashlight accessory are cut off, and the s-binary finally contains the stupid FOB that allows me to enter the complex mail room.

I never occasionally put a brace on my leg when I'm sitting, even when my son was old 7 The moon bounces. Nor have I had to search for my keychain to find the correct key and find out where it is in the dark, thanks to the flashlight. Heck, I wish I had discovered this last year when they first came out.

The only victim of my old keychain that didn't make it to Pivot? Label my gift card, but I plan to scan it into a mobile app for years.

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Image: Joe Rice-Jones / KnowTechie

So should I buy it?

Do you hate the existing keychain? Do you want to pair your home device, USB drive, multitool, pocket knife, flashlight and more to find it (hopefully) again if you lose it? Do you wear skinny jeans? Heck, do you use anything with a bag that you want to have more room with, without your key stabbing you in the thigh?

So you need a Keyport Pivot key management system in your life. Pivot is great because you can use existing keys, with up to 9 keys / inserts to keep you ready when you're away from home. The outdoor package we reviewed is $ 58 AmazonAnd what you need is to choose the other insert you want from the Keyport website to match your satisfaction.

Sample units are provided for the purpose of this review.

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The good

No more big keychains

It's like a Swiss Army knife but with the part that you will really use

The bad

Install a little tricky

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