I’ve never been a fan of multiple key rings or large key chains because I find them pretty impractical. The last thing you need when you’re trying to access your keys is a barrage of vacation themed rings getting in your way. And that’s exactly what KeySmart aims to change.
KeySmart was created with the purpose of creating a more streamlined key organizer. The style itself is simple and sleek and reminiscent of an old swiss army knife. In my opinion, this is exactly what makes KeySmart appealing to people of all ages.
In my experience the KeySmart organizer was pretty easy to use. KeySmart comes with a few sample keys already included to show you exactly how it works. A simple flathead screwdriver allows you to disassemble the KeySmart, add your own keys and reassemble the organizer. It took me about 10 minutes to do this with no instruction so I believe that most people will find KeySmart very easy to use.
That being said, the thing I probably like most about KeySmart is its small size. It fits great in any pocket and for me, it fit awesomely in the pocket of my running shorts which now helps me avoid removing and re-attaching my everyday key rings when I go out for a little exercise.
Currently priced at $19.98 for the base model, I think a lot of you out there will be able to appreciate what KeySmart offers in terms of convenience and size. My only big negative is that it’s pricey to be a “key organizer”. I find that it may be difficult for the average person to justify the cost for a key chain. Otherwise, another minus is that, at times, KeySmart isn’t as convenient as I would like. It was especially difficultly to pull out and separate the keys when I found myself in a hurry. Those considering a purchase should definitely consider this. All in all, I think KeySmart is a decent product that solves a very real problem. I just wonder if the average person will be willing to make the change to a much simpler, and low maintenance key organizer.
Disclosure: KeySmart provided product samples for the purpose of this review. All opinions listed herein are mine alone and have not been unduly influenced by KeySmart.