Some of the key rings are pretty hard to get keys in and out of, especially for the people without long fingernails. The problem might come to an end with Mstr Linx, a key ring with a precisely engineered interlocking system to slide your keys on and off with ease.
They key carrying device is very much similar to the key rings we are used to seeing, but it does come with a built-in bottle opener. It uses a carabiner-style clip on one end to attach a larger Linx ring onto pants, a bag or wherever else you want the keys to jangle from.
The jets are initially attached to a conventional ring which can connect to a specially designed smaller Linx ring. The larger and the smaller Linx rings connect through a tiny opening that only lets sets of opposing triangles slip over one another to secure the keys in place.
Mstr Linx is made from titanium and the various components all weigh around half an ounce or less. According to the creators, gravity compliments the precision engineering to prevent the different components from separating and the keys will not be removed until you do it yourself.
It is currently a Kickstarter campaign. Different configurations are available with pledges for ring-only setups starting at US$45, though to have the carabiner thrown in you’ll need to up that to $65. The company plans to ship in August if everything runs as planned.
You can check out the promo video below: