The Nite Ize S-Biner KeyLit is a functional, compact, and useful LED light and key holder.
Packaged w/6 Plastic Size #0 S-Biners - combining the innovation and versatility of the S-Biner to provide unique functionality and access to your keys
We wondered, would anything make our Nite Ize Key Rack cooler than it already is? And then it hit us:Yes. An LED light would.
The Nite Ize KeyLit is functional, compact, useful, and (for lack of a better word) cool-looking. Its high quality stainless steel carabiner clip has a secure gate closure on one end, allowing you to clip your keys to an existing key ring, belt loop, purse strap, zipper pull-anything with a loop or D-ring. The other end holds six different-colored plastic S-Biners, perfectly sized to hold 6 separate keys. And between the two, we've added a bright LED. that provides instant flood illumination with a press of a button.
The 6 removable S-Biners make it easy for you to identify your keys by color, attach and release them individually with ease. No more fiddling with split rings or fumbling to find the key you need-the KeyLit is perfect for quick and easy sharing of keys with family members, leaving a key for a valet or babysitter, and taking a single key when you're out on a run or ride. The LED has two modes- steady glow (to find a key, key hole, or navigate your path to and from the car), and continuous flash (to alert others to your presence or whereabouts in the dark.) Powered by two easily replaceable batteries (included), the LED can be seen for up to a mile's distance, and provides years of dependable illumination. All in all, our KeyLit is truly the ultimate key ring.
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