I hate having a pocketful of keys! Between work and home I seem to have several pounds of them with me daily. The Keyport Slide 2.0 reinvented the keychain, allowing users to carry up to six keys or inserts at one time keeping them neat and easy to use; their newly introduced Ice Keyport can be purchased for $29.Read more
We have covered the Keyport Slide before and have always been impressed by this new approach to the old-fashioned and outdated keychain. To refresh you memory, the Keyport slide takes your keys and puts them all into a nice, compact rectangular frame. But the Keyport Slide isn’t just about keys. No, the Keyport Slide also has the ability to includeRead more
The saga that is the Keyport key fob has finally come to a conclusion; and yes, it’s a successful conclusion at that.
After months — years, actually — of waiting, several revisions, updated philosophy and updated direction, Keyport launched its brand new web site today, and most importantly is ready to begin accepting orders for their key fob.
Promises, promises, promises. At one time in my life I worked for a small, start up company. For the entire first year the company existed all we did was market. We had no product to sell, only a few working prototypes. We traveled the world displaying these prototypes at trade shows to very interested customers. We had the prettiest boothRead more
Earlier this week I wrote an Gear Diary entry about my experience over the last two years with Key-Port. I mentioned in the article that I had asked Key-Port to return my keys to me and later that day I heard from a Key-Port representative who assured me they’d send them back.
I heard from a few “doubters” including our