• DigiDudes: crowd-sourced keychain / tripod thingies

    Fresh on the success of their SplitStick double-sided USB stick, the cats at quirky now offer DigiDudes: a keychain with a built-in camera tripod. Unscrew the DigiDude’s head, pull out his feet, and voila! Instant tripod! Read More

  • Free keychain anyone?

    Found in the free section of Flint, MI’s Craigslist page: i bought my lieing, cheating ex girlfriend this key chain it flashes the name and is solar power and will last 5 yrs it has atlanta ga on reverse side it free to anyone that will pic it up. just bought it monday and come home to find ou she is seeing someone else so its yours for the taking. contact me at… Read More

  • Cheesy last minute Valentine's Day gift

    OK, fellas, you know what tomorrow is and if you’re like me then you probably haven’t even thought about a gift for the lil lady yet. Luckily there’s always some gadget pusher out there with a worthwhile last minute gift idea. This time around it’s SmartParts and their 1.5-inch digital picture frame keychain. Read More

  • Cockroach + cockroach house = disgusting keychain holder

    You know when a country, in this case Japan, is over-saturated with gadgets when it produces things like this: a keychain holder that features a plushy cockroach living in its own mini house [JP]. Read More

  • Want: Repulsive electrostatic keychains

    I totally know what I’m going to look for when I go to Korea later this month. Apparently these tiny keychains will keep you from getting zapped by static electricity. When said static electricity is eliminated a smiling face pops up. Awesome. Product Page via RFJ Read More

  • Mugen Peri Peri: Experience the feeling of opening shipping envelopes over and over again

    When do you know that a given country, in this case Japan, is totally saturated with gadgets? When one of its companies, in this case Bandai, releases a combination of a cell phone strap and a mini toy that lets you relive the unforgettable experience of opening shipping envelopes or cardboard boxes. The so-called Mugen Peri Peri [JP] even features a built-in speaker for a number of… Read More

  • Review: Keychain Breathalyzer + Flashlight

    [  Behold the Breathalyzer Keychain Car Gadget with built-in flashlight and stopwatch. It costs a meager $4.43 — far less than other breathalyzer gadgets — and it seems to work although it tops out at a 0.05 blood alcohol content (BAC) reading, so you’ll never really be quite sure if you’re over the 0.08… Read More

  • The reason you live: Super Mario sound FX keychain

    Look, let’s cut the bullshit and get straight to the point, shall we? This is a keychain that plays Super Mario Bros. sound FX and has a bright red paint job with an old school Mario logo. It is without a doubt the best $5.99 you will ever spend. Why’s this? Because the next time you get drunk off your ass and stumble out of the freshman dorms at your school, you’ll find a… Read More

  • Fun Alert: Pocket Watch Keychain Concept

    The Pocket Watch keychain is two hip and groovy gadgets in one. It’s part keychain and part pocket watch, united together in some Volton-like cacophony of fun. The cube, which measures just 20mm square, displays the time when the cord is yanked. The underlying principle for it is that you need keys to get somewhere, so why not get there on time? Clearly many hours of research went… Read More

  • Daily Crunch: Tagger Edition

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  • Fender Keychain Tuner

    Here’s a great stocking stuffer for anyone in the family that plays a guitar. The Strobe-e Keychain Tuner is a guitar tuner, flashlight and to top it off with a musicians feel, a bottle opener. To use the tuner, you have to shine the keychain on your guitar string, and if your string is moving, adjust the tuning knob until the string looks still. The small keychain runs off of one… Read More

  • Plug and Play Atari Keychains

    In lighter news, ThinkGeek is selling these teeny-tiny Atari controller key chains. The best part? Each keychain contains a completely playable version s of Atari classics. To play, you connect a six-foot cord to your TV and select a game. The keychains run on 3 AAA batteries and act just like real Atari controllers. Joystick 1 – Asteroids and Millipede Joystick 2 – Centipede… Read More