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This is beautiful, and my first impression was to go buy thumb drives for all my keychains, but there's a problem. You'd have to take the caps off to plug the keychains in. So you then have to store the caps somewhere separately, which isn't very elegant. I might be willing to do that if the drives were accessible to my home network when you plugged them in. :-)


That can't be good for the usb key =/


very clever.


As Ana mentioned, this doesn't account for flash drives that have caps. Also, you wouldn't want to hang a keychain on this using a flash drive you actually used because they aren't designed to be stressed that way - so you'd have to get a flash drive just to hang your keys, which seems like a pointless way to clutter up your keychain.

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