DIY Folding Keychain Gives You More Room In Your Pockets

If your huge jumble of keys is starting to get uncomfortable, DIY website Instructables shows us how to add them to a Swiss Army-like folding tool.

The project isn’t that complicated, though it could require quite a bit of elbow grease depending on the tools you have lying around. Essentially, you take a folding hex set, remove the tools, and replace them with filed-down versions of your keys. Some people recommend a bench grinder and a Dremel, but others have gotten by on similar projects with just a metal file and a lot of work. Hit the links to see how its done — we’ve shared both versions of the project, each of which has some different ideas but with similar results.

Folding Key Chain [Instructables]
Friendly Folding Keychain [Instructables]

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