Learn how you can greatly improve your key carry with the Orbitkey Key Organizer. I show you the best practical features I’ve found useful in adding this gear to my kit as an everyday carry essential for over two years.
Keys can be a hot mess to carry around daily, as they are very noisy and often times too bulky to fit comfortably in your pocket. This neat key organizer files your essential keys away into a single-pivot solution, allowing you to flip out your keys with ease. Genuine leather and resilient hardware make this piece of EDC kit a beauty that gets better with daily use.
Hope you enjoy this episode of DOUBLETAP, a new two-minute gear review segment on this channel where I skip the tech specs and give you my thoughts, opinions, and share what I’ve learned about the gear from using it firsthand, all from a practical, daily use point of view. Specifications are easy to find, but some things like the action feedback or how weighty a knife might feel in the hand just aren’t in the brochure.
I want to make sure you all learn about the nuances and quirks of these everyday carry gear so that you can make the best possible choice when considering these for your daily carry kit.
If you like everyday carry, gear, and making sure you have a purposeful loadout prepared for whatever life throws at you, subscribe to my channel for personal reviews of knives, wallets, keys, and other everyday carry pieces from a practical point of view!
–Canon Rebel SL2 DSLR Camera
–Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5
–Canon 24mm f/2.8
–Manfrotto Tabletop Tripod
–Rode Wireless Go Microphone + Sony ECM-CS3 Lavalier
My Personal Everyday Carry
–Spyderco Para 3
–Secrid Card Slide
–Orbitkey Key Organizer
–Nitecore TIP2 Keychain Flashlight
–Smith’s Menthol Eucalyptus Lip Balm
This video is not sponsored by any of the brands/companies mentioned within, I just enjoy shouting out products I personally trust and use on a regular basis.
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