The Keyport Slide was a grand idea that took your wad of keys and slimmed it all down into one tiny, neat package. As it was the first of its kind, there were a few design issues. Instead of letting things lie, they went back to the drawing board and reworked a good product to make it great.
One of the common gripes was that durability wasn’t up to snuff for the beating your set of keys normally go through. The next was that it couldn’t attach to other keys such as a car fob. These issues and more were taken on with the Keyport 2.0.
This new and improved version has a spinning ring that will let you attach any other keys or charms that you’re used to tacking onto your keyring. The material they used this time around was a resin called Ultem which is strong enough to be run over by a car. You’ll have the option to purchase a ton of accessories such as a light, pen, USB, and more. These will cost you around $40, but you’ll have to wait for a bit until you can get one.