Share this project

Done

Share this project

Done
The size of a credit card: holds keys, cards, cash & more. Feels & looks good while keeping your pockets in order. RFID blocking option
The size of a credit card: holds keys, cards, cash & more. Feels & looks good while keeping your pockets in order. RFID blocking option
The size of a credit card: holds keys, cards, cash & more. Feels & looks good while keeping your pockets in order. RFID blocking option
210 backers pledged $10,263 to help bring this project to life.

Use this space to cheer the creator along, and talk to your fellow backers.

Have a question?

Only backers can post comments. Log In
    1. Rich @ LeftFieldDesign 4-time creator on October 20, 2013

      Thanks, Chris - can't wait to get you your KeyClip.

    2. Chris Tak on October 19, 2013

      Oh man I can't wait to get my hands on this simply beautiful! Congrats man! Love supporting locals!!!

    3. Rich @ LeftFieldDesign 4-time creator on October 19, 2013

      Thanks, Minh. My apologies for the delay - it will be worth your wait.

    4. Missing avatar

      ThatIsCool on October 19, 2013

      Congrats! Love the simplistic and elegant product design. Pity it won't be ready for Christmas.

    5. Missing avatar

      Jack Shen on October 19, 2013

      congrats on getting funded, I'm super excited to get rid of my carabiner. This will go super great with the ridge wallet that I just ordered. My email spams a lot of stuff so just in case, I would like a 6 key backing plate.

    6. Rich @ LeftFieldDesign 4-time creator on October 18, 2013

      Thanks for your support, Chris.

    7. MOKU on October 18, 2013

      Congratulations Richard....

    8. Rich @ LeftFieldDesign 4-time creator on October 17, 2013

      Thanks, Drem!

    9. Missing avatar

      Drem on October 17, 2013

      Congrats on reaching your goal!

    10. Rich @ LeftFieldDesign 4-time creator on October 8, 2013

      Hey Jon - the KeyClip and KeyCase threaded stand-offs are pressed and into the thin, stainless steel backing plate, which is then cold-worked with the standoffs. So the stand-offs are literally an integral part of the backing plate. The 6-key Keyclip can easily be used with only three keys by using three of the six spacers that are included with the shipped product. If you want both the 3-key and the 6-key KeyClip, then double your pledge amount and specify one-of-each backing plate on the survey you'll receive, if we reach our funding goal.

    11. Missing avatar

      Jon Wilson on October 8, 2013

      With the KeyCase / KeyClip will it be possible to get the parts for both 3 and 6 key so the size can be manually updated as desired? How would this change the pledge amount?

      Thanks.

    12. Rich @ LeftFieldDesign 4-time creator on September 30, 2013

      Hi Dr. R. The inside diameter of the clip is .27 inches. f you jam more than that all the way to the back of the clip, it will deform beyond its elastic limit. (The five card limit is a conservative estimate.) That being said, If you overload the clip with cash, folded as shown in the Three Products/CardClip picture, the clip can be somewhat overloaded and still retain elasticity. I recommend using a card above the cash to sandwich the bills between the card and the clip - the card makes it easier to install bills when the clip is fully loaded.

    13. Missing avatar

      Dr. Robotnik on September 30, 2013

      Hi Rich, Just supported the project at Keyclip level. I know this might seem like a stupid question, but I am wondering how much 'give' does the 5 card limit have?

      For example, I might need to withdraw more cash than I would usually have or might be going somewhere where I need more cards than normal.

      Will the clip deform/break? How much more can I fit outside of the recommended 5 card limit?

    14. Rich @ LeftFieldDesign 4-time creator on September 28, 2013

      Thanks Andrew and Jack, for your kind words and support.

    15. Missing avatar

      andrew houston on September 28, 2013

      Just shared on facebook! Hoping this beautifully designed product exceeds mark! Hoping to receive mine soon! Great job.

    16. Missing avatar

      Jack Shen on September 27, 2013

      I saw this at just the right time, I'm getting too old to have my bulky carabiner hanging off my side with all my keys jingling like a janitor. Even though it's pretty much just a key carrier, I'm still really excited to get mine when they finish :)
      very sleek and cool design

    17. Rich @ LeftFieldDesign 4-time creator on September 22, 2013

      Hi Legendary Bottlejak. This manufacturer has consistently produced my designs over the past four years, both for client/consulting gigs and a recent Indiegogo project, the No Drip Chain Luber (licensed to Finish Line Technologies). They have a proven track record of making great products from my designs.

    18. Cerity "Legendary Bottlejak" Silverhawk on September 22, 2013

      Hi there. I saw this and had to ask, how established is your relationship with the manufacturer... I backed ( and was one of the lucky few to receive) Key Caddy by Crearri... Before they disappointed everyone by disappearing. Its part of life, I know. But it never hurts to ask

    19. Rich @ LeftFieldDesign 4-time creator on September 14, 2013

      Hello Mai-Anh. Installing the USB drive is just like installing keys. The backing plate posts, with threaded holes, are exposed when cover and screws are removed. The USB drive is placed on one of the threaded posts where two keys would normally go. When the cover is screwed back onto the posts, the USB drive is sandwiched between the cover and backing plate. Check out the fast-motion assembly scene in the video.

    20. Missing avatar

      Mai-Anh Donahue on September 14, 2013

      How can an USB be inserted in the keyclip?

    21. Raiman Au on September 6, 2013

      Well, can't argue with design that has history and purpose! I'm sold ;)

    22. Rich @ LeftFieldDesign 4-time creator on September 5, 2013

      Thanks, Raiman. I kinda like the logo: it actually has both history and purpose. Not only has it been with me for 15 years, but the font is a modified Bauhaus font. Bauhaus was a school in Germany that combined crafts and the fine arts, and was famous for the approach to design that it publicized and taught. The KeyClip product series is designed in the Bauhaus style, which is marked by the absence of ornamentation and by harmony between the function of an object and its design. As Mies van der Rohe famously said, "less is more."

    23. Raiman Au on September 5, 2013

      The keycase is EXACTLY what I've been looking for! Very excited! I'm in!

      One thing, though.

      It's not a deal-breaker, but personally, I think you should develop a cooler designed logo! It kind of takes away from the awesomeness of the product as is.

      I'm picky ;)

    24. Missing avatar

      Richard Herman on August 17, 2013

      This comment has been removed by Kickstarter.

    25. Missing avatar

      Richard Herman on August 11, 2013

      This comment has been removed by Kickstarter.