If you're like me and you don't like sharp metal objects jiggling around in your pockets, scratching up your phone, and ripping holes in your pants, you're may be looking for a way to manage your keychain.
I'm Antuan Goodwin, and I've got a product here that can help you tame your wild keychain and up to 6 keys.
It's called the Keyport Slide.
Now, the ordering process for the Keyport Slide involves ordering the slide unit itself which is made of anodized aluminum and up to six Keyport blades.
These blanks keys can
then be taken to your local locksmith to be cut-- to duplicate your keys, which means you don't have to send your whole keychain off the Keyport.
You then load these 6 blades into the slide and, voila!
you got your entire keychain and one rather solid block.
If you got less than 6 keys to replace, you can also order accessory blades that add a 4GB USB drive, a bottle opener, or an LED flashlight to the Keyport Slides.
If you lose your slide, the unit is edge with a unique identifier that can be
registered at mykeyport.com with a reward, giving a good Samaritan both incentive and the means to return the unit to you.
That's pretty cool but at 50 bucks for the slide unit, 5 dollars for each blade, accessory blades starting at 6 bucks plus the cost of having your keys locally duplicated; it's also a pretty big investment.
Check out our complete evaluation of the Keyport Slide over on CNET.com to see if we think it's worth it.
Until then, I've been Antuan Goodwin with CNET, giving you your first look
at the Keyport Slide.
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