Quit the carabiner: Open locks and bottles with industrial style

By Joel Bednarz
June 28, 2013

In need of a key ring and bottle opener but are over the played-out carabiner-as-a-keychain? Machine Era Co. has you covered.

MEC strives to bring that old-world American quality back to everyday items with simplistic style. At $36, the KeySquare is cut and machined from a solid block of stainless steel, then hand-finished to ensure it will never rust, corrode, or wear out so you can hand it down years later.

Designed to hold securely to your belt loop, the KeySquare allows you to finally quit the every-roadie lookalike contest. Get one here.

Machine Era Co. KeySquare
By Joel Bednarz June 28, 2013
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