Btu without fail, whether in a day or a week or a year, you will lose those keys again. And the more keys you have, the harder they all are to keep track of. With enough keys, keeping them on a single keyring seems bulky and cumbersome, but separating them raises the risk of key loss. And even if your keyring is always in sight, trying to find a specific key out of half a dozen or more can be tedious and time-consuming.
The handy video below will show you how to keep all your keys together without a bulky jangling key chain. You can easily keep over half a dozen keys on this Swiss army knife style key ring, and it can fit easily into your pocket (or your purse) without a lot of jangling or unwieldiness. With this solution, your keyring won’t slide off the counter or fall into the cracks in the couch cushions because of ill-balanced keys.
This solution takes a bit of crafting skill, but it is an awesome solution if you have that little bit of craft skill. It isn’t a high-tech craft project, and even a crafting newbie should be able to handle it, but you want to make sure you are familiar with drilling before you try it. There are also other alternatives for this type of key chain. If you are interested in a leather key organizer you can check out this video for an Orbitkey. Or if you aren’t into crafting, you can buy Orbitkeys here. The benefit of the Orbitkey is that if you want to attach it to a chain or a purse ring, you can.
Granted none of these key organization solutions with help a forgetful person to find their keys, but they will help the average person keep track of his or her many keys throughout the day. For those who don’t have a problem with bulky key chains or too many keys to keep track of, there are solutions for you as well. Check out this article for several awesome tracking helpers that will let you keep track of not only your keys, but also your other valuables and even your pets and children, via your smartphone.