There's no pretending here, this adorable little light-up Borg Cube keychain flashlight is a Star Trek collectible first, and a functional way to find your way around in the dark a distant second. Only the baggiest of pants would be able to comfortably accommodate this keychain without painfully jabbing into the…
Nothing Apple announced on Tuesday has as much life-changing potential as this revolving keyring does. It's apparently based on a clever design from the late 1800s that was either lost to time, or confiscated by aliens to slow mankind's progress. Either way, it's back, and ready to save your fingernails every time you…
It doesn't matter how ultra-thin your wallet is, your pant pockets will still be overflowing if you're cramming a huge set of keys in there. But even if you move everything onto a single ring, there's still no way your current set of keys will get as compact as the TIK keychain.
It can provide everything from weather forecasts to stock quotes, but can that smartphone in your pocket help you unscrew a nut and bolt? Certainly not as well as this $25 HandSpan keychain that manages to squeeze an adjustable wrench into your other pocket.
Most leather accessories for your smartphone take the form of unflattering cases that add unnecessary bulk to your device and detract from its sleek design. And that's why we love Alain Berteau's lovely leather keyring accessory—because it does neither of those things.
Combining a simple red laser pointer with a Star Trek phaser toy seems so incredibly obvious, but apparently it's taken this long for a clever entrepreneur to put those pieces together and come up with this adorable keychain that actually fires a glowing blast. That, or it's taken years to negotiate the Star Trek…
If you've got access to a bucket of Lego Technic pieces, then you've probably already got everything you need to build what could possibly be the most useful keychains ever devised. As for the building instructions, just take a look at the image above and you'll easily figure it out.
Get ready to welcome the newest addition to that long list of weird gadgets you really couldn't possibly need, FireWood Pocket is here. Because who doesn't want a keychain that emulates a lone, flaming piece of firewood?
Yes, yes, keychains have a primary function: keeping you from losing your keys. We've seen them be so much more over the years, but The Clip from Little Bonsai might just be the most useful keychain we've ever seen.
Without the vast riches of Wayne Enterprises at your disposal, building a utility belt with as much functionality as Batman's is out of the question. But did you realize you can get pretty close by properly accessorizing your keychain?
A lost iPhone means more than having to rebuild your contact list. Because researchers have shown that it only takes six minutes to access every password that's stored in the device's keychain. Email, voicemail, Wi-Fi, VPN, Exchange—it's all at risk.
That's right, I just called a key awesome. Seriously. The Keybrid key-plus-keychain is so cleverly designed that it'll make you furious you didn't think of it first. But calm down! We've got a Gizmodo reader discount that'll cheer you up.
Couldn't afford the deluxe 19-inch replica of Serenity? Now Quantum Mechanix is unveiling a keychain version for just $10, going up for sale on their website later today. And you can win a one-of-a-kind chrome-plated version.
I love that crunch-clink sound a chocolate bar makes when I break it in two before stuffing both halves into my mouth. Thanks to this simulation keychain, I can have that sound without any of the calories. Or the oh-so-yummy-taste.
These Digidudes keychains aren't just cute little robots/monsters. They also open up into tiny tripods, letting you set up your camera anywhere.