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Nite Ize IdentiKey Covers - 4-Pack Assorted + S-Biner Combo

Nite Ize IdentiKey Covers - 4-Pack Assorted + S-Biner Combo
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IdentiKey™ Covers - 4-Pack Assorted + S-Biner Combo

We've found the key to unlocking your key disorganization. The IdentiKey covers make it easy to color code and specifically label your keys of all shapes and sizes.

These four colorful, universal key identifiers have write-on tabs that fold under to keep the writing protected and keys readily identifiable. The combo pack pairs these with two S-Biner MicroLocks for quick secure attachment to key rings.

Everyone has that drawer or bowl full of keys that have long been forgotten, but nobody wants to throw them away, just in case. Nite Ize has solved that problem with IdentiKey Covers. These flexible, colorful key covers make it easy to organize and identify keys of all shapes and sizes. Each one has a write-on tab (for marking with permanent ink) that folds under to keep the label protected. The cover itself is made from a flexible, durable rubber that slides over keys of most shapes and sizes to stay snugly in place so your keys will always be easily identifiable. The combo pack pairs these IdentiKey covers with two polycarbonate S-Biner MicroLocks for quick secure attachment to key rings.

Features:
  • Color codes and fits most keys
  • Writable fold-under tab keeps ink protected and identifies keys
  • Waterproof TPR material
  • Write on with permanent ink
  • Dimensions: 1.02" x 1.10" x .19" (26mm x 28mm x 4.8mm)
  • Weight: .035oz (1g)


S-Biner MicroLock Product Details
  • Polycarbonate body with stainless steel gates
  • Twist to lock
  • Fits up to two keys with IdentiKey Covers
  • Dimensions: .618" x 1.406" x .138" (15.7mm x 35.7mm x 3.5mm)
  • Weight: .07oz (2g)
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