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Hi-tech keychain alternative that consolidates keys and other everyday-carry items into one sleek, indispensable device
Hi-tech keychain alternative that consolidates keys and other everyday-carry items into one sleek, indispensable device
Hi-tech keychain alternative that consolidates keys and other everyday-carry items into one sleek, indispensable device
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    1. Keyport, Inc. 3-time creator on February 1, 2014

      @Manan Shah No Problem! Please contact with the details so we can get a ticket going for you and get the Blades you need sorted out.

    2. Manan Shah on February 1, 2014

      Hello, I received my key port slide on time like the others, but when I sent in my keys with the form I still have not received anything after that, and hence I'm not able to use it. Please send me an update

    3. Endre Majoros on September 6, 2013

      Let me also express my Keyport experience. Short version: I'm so happy to have my Keyport, the best thing since sliced bread!

      I have known from the beginning that this is going to last long, first the Kickstarter month then production and so on, but at the end, after about half a year, everything turned out fine. Despite a lot of problems on my side (moving offices, difficulties getting duplicates, international order, custom conversions, etc) I have received top notch customer service. Regardless what kind of problems or questions, there was always an answer next day in my inbox.

      My first impressions of the Keyport Slide is fantastic. The conversion of my keys went very quick then the shipment took like 2 days from Las Vegas to Germany, impressive. The product packaging and instructions were perfect, it was a breeze to assemble my Keyport with 4 custom converted keys, a light and a memory stick. At the beginning I had the feeling that the body of the Slide is a bit weak, but with all the Blades in it, it feels pretty sturdy. The Blades move fine in and out and pop with a satisfying click into their places. Turning keys, of course, feels different than turning a one-piece metal key, there is a certain flexibility to it, but it's probably only a question of getting used to, the Slide feels stable in my hand.

      Long term usage experience is yet to come, but I'm confident it's gonna be great as well.

      A bit of nitpicking: The only thing I wish is if the Keyport Slide was complete matte finish. The end pieces of my black Keyport Slide 2.0 are made of glossy material, while the body is matte.

      All in all, I'm impressed and everyone I have shown it so far was impressed of the idea and the product quality. Thank you guys so much for the excellent product and service! Keep up the good work!

    4. Ben Galang on September 4, 2013

      Fox_Spy since I contacted them they've replaced my Keyport body twice. The main issue here is the body of the Keyport is very flimsy the end caps are quite strong. When you put something strong and hard against something thin and weak and brittle when you drop the Keyport it is bound to crack and chip.


      I think 2.1 needs to be a lot stronger. This current material in the middle is too fragile. Keyport's customer service is amazing I'll give it that. But they need to address this issue because it breaks far too easy.

    5. Khoa Phan on August 5, 2013

      I just wanted to express my great first time experience with a Kickstarter. Knowing it was a Kickstarter project, I knew I had to be patient and it surely pays off! I love how Keyport kept me posted with current updates as production was moving along. The customer support I received from Keyport whether it is an email, Facebook post, or a tweet is superb! Thank you guys for a positive experience with Kickstarter (and I special thank you to Aimee for answering my countless questions/concern via emails). :D

    6. Keyport, Inc. 3-time creator on July 31, 2013


    7. Keyport, Inc. 3-time creator on July 31, 2013

      @Mel M. This should not be happening. Please contact so we can help troubleshoot your issue.

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      Mel Matsuoka on July 31, 2013

      I've been using my slide for the last several weeks, and have been finding that most of my blades don't seem to be able to withstand the force of insertion into their respective keyways. When I insert them into the lock, sometimes the blade locking will disengage and will partially retract back into the slide, as if I had disengaged the locking mechanism by pushing down on the node button.

      I've been working around this issue by making sure that my edge of my thumb is pushing forward on the edge if the node while I'm inserting the blade. But it would be better if the blade locking mechanism was stronger in the first place.

    9. Keyport, Inc. 3-time creator on July 28, 2013

      @Stanley K Please contact so we can help troubleshoot your issue.

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      Stanley Zreinike on July 28, 2013

      my end cap fell off and won't stay on any longer

    11. Keyport, Inc. 3-time creator on July 26, 2013

      @AA I'm sure we'll be able to give you an update today. I have let customer support know, and I can see that your email is in queue to be answered shortly.

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      on July 25, 2013

      Hi, I was wondering if you can let me know when should I expect my Keyport. I have also sent an email to customer service but no response yet. I hope you have received my key template. Thanks!

    13. Keyport, Inc. 3-time creator on July 22, 2013

      @Jared Please email We can take care of the issue for you there.

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      Jared on July 22, 2013

      Are the tabs that hold the tabs on the metal version made from metal? I've dropped my 2.0 one time, and one tab snapped off.

    15. Keyport, Inc. 3-time creator on July 22, 2013

      @Alex Please contact us at, and we can take care of it for you.

    16. Keyport, Inc. 3-time creator on July 22, 2013

      @Stanley Thanks for the feedback. We specifically designed it not to push all the way forward because of the significant amount of stress it would place on the nose of the Keyport. I agree that it takes a bit of getting used to. If you place your thumb on the top of the bottle opener when extended as per the directions, I think that you will be pleasantly surprised at how quick and easy it is to pop the top on your favorite cold one :)

    17. Alex's Personal Chef Service on July 19, 2013

      I just got my key port and man its better then i expected. But my packaged included the Crystal nobs and I hot painted nobs instead?

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      Stanley Zreinike on July 18, 2013

      Some feedback on the bottle opener insert: if the length of the insert was shorter then it could be pushed all the way forward and lock in place, making it easier to open a bottle – some gimping on the backside of the bottle opener would also help. After a little thought, maybe the length is necessary to provide more leverage and reduce the stress on the keyport body and slide. Still, it would be useful to lock the bottle opener in place, like a normal key.

    19. Keyport, Inc. 3-time creator on July 18, 2013

      @JP Thanks for the feedback. Always interested in making our products better. We will do a bit more testing to see what we can do on the end cap scratches. To date, we haven't had any feedback about scratches due to the spinner, but we will keep an eye out.

    20. Keyport, Inc. 3-time creator on July 18, 2013

      @Nicholas I just spoke with customer support this morning and understand that you have been taken care of. Please let us know if you need anything else.

    21. JP on July 17, 2013

      Just two things I noticed after using my Keyport for some time - just curious what other users think about it:

      1. The spinner lanyard: To me it feels somewaht pointed. With all my keys hidden inside the Keyport, this still involves the danger of scratching stuff inside my pockets.
      2. The end caps: Since they are pretty glossy they are much more sensitive towards scratches. This is purely aesthetic though.

      Those are no deal breakers but maybe a chance to improve the Keyport further with a 2.1 version maybe...

      Best regards

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      Nicholas Lechota on July 16, 2013

      Still haven't heard back from support after emailing and calling last Friday so my customer service experience has been worse than some others reported here.

    23. Keyport, Inc. 3-time creator on July 16, 2013

      @Manan I will follow up with Customer Support today and make sure that they contact you directly.

    24. Keyport, Inc. 3-time creator on July 16, 2013

      @Steve Drop us an email, and we'll take care of it for you.

    25. Keyport, Inc. 3-time creator on July 16, 2013

      @Stanley Login to your Keyport at Don't worry; there is a Forgot Password link there in case you did not get your original password. In there, you will find your credit and can use it anytime.

    26. Steve on July 15, 2013

      Got my Keyport early last week, cut my own keys at work today and will test them tonight! The one downside, as I've seen a handful of others mention, is that I snapped one of the tabs when taking off the cap. I tried to be as delicate as I could, but no dice. I will try to superglue it back on, and hopefully all will be well.

      Other than that I think it's going to be great!

    27. Manan Shah on July 14, 2013

      Hi guys any updates havent received mine yet thanks!!

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      Stanley Zreinike on July 13, 2013

      I received mine yesterday - had 4 blanks cut today and put in the LED and bottle opener - all is great so far - I have a credit for two blanks since I only requested 4 - how do I redeem those?

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      on July 13, 2013

      Excellent customer service. Thanks Keyport. Glad to have this resolved so quickly and on a Saturday no less.

    30. Keyport, Inc. 3-time creator on July 13, 2013

      @Fox_Spy We received your latest email, thanks. Just wanted to confirm your actual name. You should be receiving an email regarding your RMA shortly.

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      on July 13, 2013

      @Keyport I had not done so, since I had emailed your customer service previously on something else and tacked the new issue on to that, but I did just send an email so you'll have it at the kickstarter address as well.

    32. Keyport, Inc. 3-time creator on July 13, 2013

      @Fox_Spy Have you contacted us via yet to report your issue? Please do so we can assist.

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      on July 13, 2013

      Ben, I have not heard back yet, I was figuring I'd contact them again on Monday. After hearing your story I'll definitely be calling them.

    34. Ben Galang on July 12, 2013

      Whoa... Just left Keyport a message and 10 mins later I got a call saying there's a small batch that got thru that had weak tabs. They're sending me a replacement on Monday. WHOA! I'm impressed.

    35. Ben Galang on July 12, 2013

      Fox_Spy - so what happened are they sending a replacement ? I got my Keyport yesterday and it fell out of my pocket today and the same piece broke in mine now the end cap is useless. Wtf?! These tabs are way too fragile.

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      Nicholas Lechota on July 12, 2013

      Got my Slide 2.0 today but it didn't come with any of the reward blank key blades with it.

    37. Ben Galang on July 12, 2013

      @ Anthony I got mine cut at 330 Front St. At the corner of Bluejay Way and Front st. At the lobby there is a shoe guy who also cuts keys. He was able to do my keys but had an issue with the house keys. Keyport was nice enough to send me a other blank free if charge. Great customer service! I'm happy with my Keyport. I've been playing with mine so much my thumb is now sore! Future design consideration if Keyport guys are listening: make knobs more rounded so that it's more comfortable to push. But maybe it's fine I was just playing with it..... A LOT!

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      on July 11, 2013

      Word of advice for everyone. Be careful when sliding out the plates. I just messed up and broke the tab clean off.

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      Kyle McWeeny on July 11, 2013

      Reading everyone's feedback is encouraging...already found a locksmith to go cut my keys

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      on July 11, 2013

      Received my Keyport just the other day and get my blanks cut. Very happy with the product.

    41. Keyport, Inc. 3-time creator on July 11, 2013

      @Anthony We are in the process of setting up a new dealer in Toronto this week. He will definitely be able to cut your Blades. Coordinates are as follows:
      Spadina Security
      410 Queen St W
      Toronto, ON M5V 2A7, Canada
      (416) 706-7233

      Make sure to say hi to owner, Jason Scheide, for us, and tell him we sent you!

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      Anthony Hin on July 10, 2013

      Anyone in the greater Toronto area have a place they would recommend getting their blades cut at? I'm not having much luck. Thanks!

    43. Keyport, Inc. 3-time creator on July 10, 2013

      @heyyceejayy Very thoughtful review. Thank you for the feedback.

      A couple of thoughts:

      So far, we have had great feedback on the spinner lanyard. I am confident that you will not have any problems. While the Keyport is light, it is quite sturdy.

      We have had the USB in action with the V.01 in addition to the 2.0 for quite some time now, and the weight has never been an issue, so assuming that you are not attaching a bowling ball to the spinner lanyard, feel free to extend it all the way. It should be fine!

      Regarding the Blades, we took out as much of the wiggle as we could. There should be very little, if any - not enough that you hear any jingling in your pocket. We have to leave a few thousandths space in order to have a bit of tolerance for the nearly countless Blades and inserts that we can accommodate. The lesser the tolerance, the more difficult it is to manufacture, assemble, and support in addition to the greater the cost.

      The Slide 2.0 will be available for retail in the next few weeks. We want to make sure that we have taken care of all of our loyal Kickstarters before we release it to the public. If you want to get a jumpstart on the public by a week or two, make sure to sign up on our reservation list - We will invite those who are on the list first.

      Thanks again for backing the 2.0. We look forward to bringing you more awesome products in the future.

    44. heyyceejayy on July 8, 2013

      Just wanted to post my feedback on the Keyport Slide 2.0 for everyone else. This is my experience.

      I received the device on the 5th of July 2013, it was well packed, with blades, my 8gb usb, led light, keyport sides in their own seperate ziploc. First thing I did was assemble the keyport with all the blades. I had ordered an auto chip so I left the Led light out.

      First thoughts on having the device fully assembled, is the weight. I could not believe how light the Keyport is. I'm actually worried I would lose this thing do to how light it is. I simply am not used to it, but i'll manage.

      July 8 2013, I had my blades cut. My blades consist of one auto key with transponder, 2 house keys and one mailbox key. I walk into a small locksmith shop, seemed family owned and asked if they can cut and program my keys. I own a 2006 Honda Pilot and as far as I can find, I could not program the key on my own. They took on the task, but I was a bit worried since they said that they never seen anything like the keyport and cant do anything if they miscut it. They programmed and cut all keys and it worked. Now I have it fully assembled and let me just say I am blown away by this keychain. It's just a lot more convenient to reduce the weight. Granted I don't carry a billion keys like other people but so far so good. I am able to open and close doors with ease.

      Couple things I wanted to point out though. After taking the keyport apart a couple of times, moving blades around and such, I am concerned that that part would get loose, the part that attaches to a keyring. I fear as time goes on and I switch blades around, it'll just get looser everytime. Should I be concerned? Only time will tell, but so far it seems sturdy enough. The USB drive seems a bit too long for me as well. When I use it, I don't extend the usb drive out fully, instead I extend it enough for it to plug in. While the keyport is light, I don't think the USB drive can support the stress. Also the blades, I noticed there is a slight wiggle when the blade is fully extended. Just a minor irk.

      Overall, I am happy with they keyport slide 2.0. So happy in fact, I can't wait to buy a new one. I would love to get one for a friend, as I know a couple people who would love this. Which brings me to my question for Keyport, When will the Slide 2.0's be available for retail?

      Sorry for my wall of text, but I just wanted to post that I am a satisfied backer, and I see great things for Keyport Inc. For those of you who have yet to receive their Keyport, worry not. I don't think you will be disappointed. :)

    45. Keyport, Inc. 3-time creator on July 8, 2013

      @Kaiser Soza (great screen name by the way), @Robert Thank you both for the kind words.

    46. Keyport, Inc. 3-time creator on July 8, 2013

      @Mel I would be remiss in my duties if I didn't say that we did not design the Keyport to act as a handle. That said, it is a bit difficult for me to comment on pulling doors open with the Keyport as it really depends upon exactly how you do it. For example pulling straight back is less of a problem than pulling it sideways where the pressure is all on the inner walls which surround the particular Blade that is in the keyway. In short, it may take a bit of getting used to. Start with the basics and then as your level of comfort with the Keyport grows, you can continually add more force to it (within reason :)

      I can tell you that the 2.0 is actually stronger (particularly the nose piece) and stiffer than the V.01, so you are in good shape there.

    47. Robert Erlick
      on July 7, 2013

      I am impressed with the Keyport 2. I had a slight problem with the LED, and it was fixed within a day. Now, I have 3 keys, the LED, and a 32GB USB card all working well and looking good. I'm trying to decide what to use in the sixth slot. Highly recommend!

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      Mel Matsuoka on July 7, 2013

      Just got my blades cut and installed. I cant stop fondling this thing!

      One concern I have, though: After using the Keyport, I realized that my normal behavior when opening doors with my regular keys is that I turn the key, and push the door forwards and open using the pressure I'm already exerting with the hand that is turning the key.

      When I do the same thing with the Keyport, I immediately notice the feeling that the Keyport wont be able to support the force or weight of the door, as I push it in using the pressure of my key-hand. Is this just a psychological thing that I shouldn't be worried about? I'm sure that the fact that I'm gripping a plastic case, instead of a firm metal housing, is probably contributing to the feeling that the Slide will break if I use it to push the door open...

    49. Kaiser Soza on July 5, 2013

      @keyport- no problem! I just wanted to post my experience in case others run into the same issues. By the way, LOWES associates cut the keys for free! Every single key has worked, and so has the 2gb usb slide. I will tell all my motorcycle riding buddies, friends, family, and co-workers!

      Plus im thinking of buying one as a gift to my brother.

      Great job team Keyport!

    50. Keyport, Inc. 3-time creator on July 5, 2013

      @Kaiser Soza Glad it all worked for you! Thanks for the detailed description of your efforts. Always helpful for us to see what challenges you encounter and how we can make the process better and more efficient.

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