Orbitkey Key Organiser Review
The Orbitkey Key Organiser offers prime organization, an effective self-locking feature and plenty of colors and styles to choose from, just watch out for signs of wear on the lighter colors.
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- Keeps keys nice and organized
- Self-locking mechanism works well
- Variety of styles and colors to choose from
- Screws have loosened on two occasions
- Some loose threads have appeared on the nylon version
- Lighter colored “active” versions can attract wear and tear more quickly
0.60 oz (17 g)
3.4 in x .75 in x .9 in (8.6 x 1.9 x 2.3 cm)
Stainless Steel, Polymer, Canvas, Leather, Nylon
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If you’re looking to turn your key ring into a Swiss Army Knife of sorts, here’s your chance. The Orbitkey Key Organiser keeps keys neatly organized and protected inside a sheath—or as Orbitkey says, in a “beautiful and silent stack”—so they don’t scratch up your bag or jingle around as you walk.
This particular organizer holds two to seven keys and extension pieces are available if you need to hold more (which seems like a ridiculous amount of keys to have on you, but who are we to judge?). We’ve been testing the “active” version, made of Polymer TPU, in black. You can also get it in leather, canvas or nylon—all of which come in a pretty wide range of colors. The active iteration has a nice, rubbery feeling in the hand and has held up pretty well during our year-plus of daily use. Some customer reviews mention wear and tear on the lighter versions, especially white, so that’s something to keep in mind if you’re on the fence about a color for this material.
Full disclosure: we do have two nylon versions of the Orbitkey Key Organiser, but these guys haven’t seen anywhere near as much use yet. We’ll keep you posted as we continue to test those!
The Orbitkey Key Organiser features an exterior D-ring that can hold an additional key ring, other keys or any other accessories you might have.
Pay close attention as you set up your key ring. Washers are included and how many you’ll use will depend on how many keys you’re carrying, so make sure to read the instructions on this one to get the best experience. Don’t just wing it, even if that’s your usual method.
The screw and post pieces on the Orbitkey Key Organiser create a self-locking mechanism. Despite our initial reservations, this system actually works quite well. Just tighten up the screw and you can feel it lock into place, depending on how far you’ve turned it. Essentially, this gives you control on whether you have a looser (easy access) or tighter (à la Swiss Army knife) fit on your keys. We like that versatility and were pleased to see just how effective this mechanism really is.
- Easy way to organize and pack keys.
- Orbitkey offers some other great accessories that integrate with this as well.
- We’ve been testing the rubber version.
Excellent product! No issues so far.
Continues to offer great functionality.
The locking mechanism has loosened a bit, but it’s easily tightened back up with a coin or flat-head screwdriver. Mostly just a minor inconvenience.
Still going strong. Noticing some slight scratches on the D-ring.
Swapped out some additional keys. The washers are a bit distorted but we were back up and running in no time.
Slightly more scratches on the D-ring. Also noticing that Orbitkey has updated their D-ring to be more robust in the 2.0 series.
Going strong with no major wear and tear or issues to report.
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