Reddit Reddit reviews FreeKey 2825 Key Hook System with 3 Group Rings

We found 25 Reddit comments about FreeKey 2825 Key Hook System with 3 Group Rings. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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FreeKey 2825 Key Hook System with 3 Group Rings
The FreeKey System is designed for you to group your keys so you can have easier access should you need to detach them, e.g. house keys, car keys, work keys, etc.Designed in Sweden by Erik von Schoultz1-3/8 inches, FreeKey SystemThe FreeKey System includes three small group rings
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25 Reddit comments about FreeKey 2825 Key Hook System with 3 Group Rings:

u/MyOwnHurricane · 5 pointsr/EDC

Nice Walther, nice knife. You could go with a standard carabiner or an S-biner, both available at Home Depot, both like to stay closed. I use a Freekey system that hangs from a standard carabiner, myself. Keybars and Keysmarts are pretty popular around here and they seem like they are worth looking into.

u/smilingkiwi · 5 pointsr/blogsnark

I just switched to a Freekey key ring and it's great. I can't make extra copies of my apartment key, so I needed an easy way to take my house keys off my enormous key ring when I go for a run, and this is working perfectly.

u/TheEyepatchCat · 5 pointsr/EDC

If you want to still keep your work keys on a separate ring from your house keys, you could try something like the Free Key System.

Otherwise, you could try something like the Keysmart, and put your 5 keys in that, and then just have that, the car key, and the fob on the ring.

I personally use the Keysmart, and it's been great so far. I've had mine for a few months already, and it's held up great. My best friend has had one for several years, and his is also in great condition.

I also recommend a suspension clip, I've been using this one by Keysmart recently, so I just drop my keys in my pocket but hook them on the top of my pocket. That makes it easier to pull the keys out of your pocket, and also keeps them dangling in your pocket as opposed to bunching up at the bottom.

Hope this helps!

u/illest219 · 4 pointsr/EDC
u/chewychubacca · 3 pointsr/EDC

Wallet $15 - big skinny

knife $10 - Gerber EAB

keychain $7.50 freekey

suspension clip $5 - tec p7 ripoff

Light - I don't have a good one for this yet. Can someone recommend a small AAA light with a power button (vs twist)? I have a twist one and it kept getting turned on in my pocket.

u/Dave_the_Pigeon · 2 pointsr/EDC

Thank you! I'm kinda bummed its not a mildly industrial looking pocket clip. Anything in mind that would recommend? Currently considering pairing an H.L. Human Pelican Clip with a Free key System.

edit - Looking for a simple keyring that won't tangle, since I really only carry two keys, a Higonokami knife and a Yubikey 4 for some of my software dev stuff. Aside from that just a Nitecore SRT3 Defender and possibly some kind of Spiderco Knife since my other edc knife broke.

u/jredmond · 2 pointsr/gaybros

The best multitool is the one he'd use all the time. I've been a fan of the Gerber Shard for a little while now, but he may prefer something with more components.

I've also heard good things about the FreeKey System. It made things too bulky for my tastes, but I'm also not exactly their target audience. (I carry two keys daily - one for my place, one for my mailbox - plus an RFID keyfob for my office and a barcode keyfob for my gym.)

u/armander · 2 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

He could have saved his nails with a few of these

u/visceralhate · 2 pointsr/gaming

Sure! There are a ton of great keychain accessories out there but the criteria for mine are all items must:

1: Be < 2" (Preferably 1.5")

2: Fit in my pockets comfortably (jeans)

3: Be used at least once every 3 months
(Ambu Pouch excluded)

Accessories used Most - Least

The Freekey Sytem is the foundation of the keyring and is one of those products that is so elegant in its simplicity and functionality that it seems like it should have been invented years ago.

The SOG Straight Edge Key Knife comes sharp and has held an edge pretty well over the last few months. With its tiny blade it's not going to replace your Ka-Bar anytime soon but I can almost garuntee that you will use it more frequently.

The Swiss+ Tech 6 in 1 Utility Key coupled with The Infora Key Multitool seems to be gaining ground to overtake the SOG Key Knife as top tool in the line up with flat and Phillips screwdriver heads, bottle opener, and serrated blade.

The Streamlight Nano LED Flashlight is an awesome addition to the gang and probobly the one that has saved my ass the most, there are too many times I've wasted time looking for a light source in the dark.

The 2.0 64 GB Kingston Data Traveler SE9 USB drive. Reasonable speed coupled with great durability. The cast in keyhole eliminates the possibilty of losing the USB from a weak tether and defiantly holds a perminent place in my top 5 keychain accesories. Along with its basic utility I keep a file named "If Found: Reward" on it with my information in case I lose my key ring.

The True Utility TelePen telescoping keychain pen is one of those items that doesent get the everyday recognition the others do but is totally fucking clutch when you do need it. I owe a couple side projects I've picked up to this pen, partly because of the writing aspect but more from it as a talking piece.

The InCharge Ultra Portable Charging Cable is a cool little accessory that I thought would get the boot initially but saved my ass when I was in transit and my buddy only had an Apple cable with his charger.

The True Utility FireStash Keyring Lighter is the only item on the list that I haven't actually "needed" but will probobly keep anyway because fire is such a basic necessity and if I ever DO need it I'm probobly going to name my kids True and Utility.

The Ambu Res-Cue keychain CPR mask rounds out the list but might be the most important. Along with it being being a valuable lifesaving/self protection asset it's also super useful for locating my keys. I once read something about humans being able to see more shades of red than any other color and that our minds are geared to "ook out for it. Whether that's true or not it's always the first thing I see when I misplace them and because of its shape it stops my keys from going between the seats.

I didn't have a ton of time to type this up because I'm on my phone at work but I hope this helps!

u/Xeekatar · 2 pointsr/EDC

Watch 25.49
Knife 24.00
Wallet 10.92
Flashlight 23.95
S Biner 1.78
Free Key 7.49
Total: 93.63

u/LenoxAsa · 2 pointsr/EDC

Here's a few I've seen

Or, you can just buy all the things you would want on Amazon, it'll come in 1 or 2 boxes. Here's a few choices to put together a "kit"

This or this for flashlight.

This This, or, This For a multitool depending on the size you want.

This or This for knife (Note: I am not a knife person, I have a Squid and I like it and I've heard good things about the Kershaw Chill)

Exotac FreeKey System

u/TelaTheSpy · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Brewzkey Bottle Opener, Stainless Steel by Brewzkey

I have had something like this on my keychain for 15 years. Never failed me and is compact like the rest of my keys. This particular one is made in USA stainless steel and well reviewed on Amazon so you probably can’t go wrong.

I’ll continue to look and see if I can find the exact one but it’s pretty much that design.

Also, HIGHLY recommend the FreeKey system.

FreeKey System

u/Grepherdk · 2 pointsr/EDC

Couple of options off the top of my head.

u/cda555 · 1 pointr/EDC


I love it so far. Makes taking keys off a breeze. I like the way those other holders look (Key Smart) but I have oddly shaped keys.

u/SnapesGrayUnderpants · 1 pointr/lifehacks

Just squeeze! I've used mine for over a year. Works really well.

u/owlurk · 1 pointr/starterpacks

Another solution

They use a more flexible metal that is easier to open. The big ring even has a slight bump so all you need to do is press down on one end which opens the other end to easily slip stuff in.

u/L0ial · 1 pointr/starterpacks

For top left - there's a key ring called the FreeKey that actually works well. I got it years ago to be able to separate my car key while wearing gloves.

u/must_ache · 1 pointr/EDC

$20 leather wallet, bi-fold, my last Dockers lasted me 10 years.

$50 flashlight, FourSevens QPL

$20 knife/multitool Leatherman Style CS

$10 keychain FreeKey System and Gated carabiner

u/CaptZoom · 1 pointr/EDC

A brass key hook of choice and the FreeKey System is cheap, space efficient, and pretty quiet. As a bonus, you can operate your hanging car key fob without having to reach into your pockets.

u/Badger_23 · 1 pointr/EDC

Sorry for photo quality. First post ever on this so be gentle. Starting from top row, left to right: