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Don’t you hate big bunches of keys that clutter up your pocket and jingle all the way? Don’t you hate sounding like a janitor every time you walk down a quiet hallway? What you need is a key organizer that helps keep your keys organized and prevent them from noisily jinggling together. What you need is the Carbocage Keycage.

Of course the Carbocage Keycage is not the first gadget that came out with the idea of organizing your keys using a system similar to a Swiss Army Knife. There are numerous similar products out there including the highly popular Orbitkey that reviewed on this site not too long ago. However there are some marked differences between the two products and depending on your preference, you may prefer one over the other.


The biggest difference between the two products is that the Keycage allows you to store keys on both ends. What this means is that you can basically double the number of keys that it holds while having the same width. If you have a lot of keys to carry with you, the Carbocage Keycage holds a distinct advantage over the Orbitkey. However, because of this 2 key design, the Keycage is also longer and thus bulkier. It can hold up to 14 keys with 7 keys on each end.

The package comes with 8 different bolt sizes and you get 2 of each size. At the same time you also get some washers or spacers. This gives you some flexibility when constructing your Keycage and fitting all your keys in. Because you have to have some balance between the width of the two ends, getting everything to fit together is decidedly more complicated compared to the Orbitkey. However, this is not a big issue if you don’t intend to insert or remove keys all the time. Also, assembling the Keycage requires the use of the included hex key unlike the Orbitkey that requires no tool.

The Carbocage Keycage is constructed from two pieces of carbon fiber plates. Both plates have a hole or a window in the center which allows you to fit your finger in and to push out the keys. You can adjust the tightness of the screws to make it easier to get the keys out.

Last but not least, there is a small loop on one end that can be used to attach the Keycage to a carabiner or to another set of keys that can’t fit in it like your car key for example.
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