Am I the only one who has the strange habit of collecting keys? I still have the front and back door keys for every house I've ever lived in, which, now that I think about it, might not even be legal. Why do I do this? Why must I insist on shoving a giant, unruly jumble of keys into my purse that I have to filter through every time I need to lock my door? There must be a better way.
Turns out, there is. The brilliant folks over at KeySmart have figured out a way to get your keys in line and take your outdated keychain into the 21st century. Keep scrolling to find out more.
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I was looking at my keychain the other day and realized that I had developed a problem that had gotten out of hand.
via: ShutterstockI'd become a key hoarder. I'm not sure how it happened, but I'd managed to accumulate 27 different keys throughout my adult life, most of which I had no idea what lock they even opened. It was time to grow up and stop living like an old-timey janitor. So, after a bit of research, I stumbled across a product that would solve this extremely-specific-but-no-less-annoying problem: The KeySmart. "Find