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NEW!!  The KEY-ARMOR™ Titanium Pocket Key Organizer

NEW!! The KEY-ARMOR™ Titanium Pocket Key Organizer


You will likely use your keys almost 2,000 times per year! We found that a standard key ring is just too disorganized, noisy, and bulky for something that is used on a daily basis. For these reasons, we invested a lot of time and energy into creating a better solution.

With our new patent pending KEY-ARMOR™ Titanium Pocket Key Organizer, every key will have its own set location and can be quickly located - even by touch alone! You can professionally organize your keys into a single compact and quiet fob.

➪ Engineered for Performance
➪ Compact | Lightweight | Quiet
➪ Built to last a lifetime and beyond
➪ Made in USA

Precision CNC machined from solid American titanium, the KEY-ARMOR™ Pocket Key Organizer is lightweight, ultra-durable and 100% immune to salt water corrosion.

The KEY-ARMOR™ ships with a complete set of adjustable hardware to hold anywhere from 1 to 12 keys. Also included is a stainless-steel connector link for attaching an external separable key loop or other items.

If you are a person who appreciates quality, then the KEY-ARMOR™ is for you. Every detail, from the shape, size, the American titanium construction, to the hardware set-up, has been throughly tested and proven.
1 to 12 keys with included hardware*

Dimensions & Weight:
Length:   3 1/2"
Width:     3/4"
Height:   2 x 1/8" tk titanium plates
Weight:   2 ounces with hardware (not included keys)

Physical / Mechanical Properties:
Density:   0.163 lb/in3
Melting Point:   3,020 °F

* If using included stainless steel connector link to attach to a key chain, then that counts as one key. Additionally other items like a bottle opener that are equivalent in thickness to a key will also count as a key.
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NEW!! The KEY-ARMOR™ Titanium Pocket Key Organizer

$74.99 USD


Product Videos
3 Step Assembly

Instructions and warning

What about torx screws instead of Phillips?
We love the look of torx and the Key-Armor looks really pro with them, however, pretty much everyone has a Phillips screw driver and they are easy to find worldwide. The Phillips screw profile also centers the driver making it nice to use. In a pinch you can even use a slot driver or other items to tighten Phillips screws. Torx would require including the driver and still people might lose that or not carry when traveling, etc. For these reasons we feel Phillips is best suited for the standard hardware.