Usually, a handy guy buys stuff that are prone to last a long time. In my opinion, as well as in the view of many other guys out there, paying the extra buck for decent quality is the way to go. It doesn’t really matter what you’re getting; the better it is, the more satisfied you are on the long term.

Choosing proper materials for accessories is a common range inducing subject on team meetings for all product designers. People look for something that lasts but also boasts a good look. Keyrings are a thing of the past; I personally wouldn’t want anything dangling around my phone, scratching the screen.

A proper Keypack¬†will fit your keys in a snuggly way without compromising on the ease of access. After all, you don’t want to be fiddling with your keys in front of your apartment after you’ve had a fair share of drinks at the bar.

So, what do we need for our keyholder? An ergonomic design, enough space for all our keys, and an apocalypse-resistant case. Apparently, KEYPACK meets all criteria. It has a carbon composite case that’s shatter, shock and scratch resistant. Furthermore, it has enough space for 16 keys – if you are carrying more than that, then you are doing something wrong.

To add or remove keys, you’ll have to use an Allen wrench to remove one of the two screws holding them together. Don’t worry, though. The pack contains everything you need to have in order to fully benefit from Keypack.

The best part is yet to come. If you are holding at least 4 keys in your key holder, you can use it as a smartphone stand. Yes, that’s right; your keys will let you watch movies or take video calls with your hands free. Just make sure you don’t slide your phone too much, as the tip of the key might scratch it.

Keypack is available on Amazon for $29.95.