Calling itself the world's thinnest and lightest keychain, TIK takes the concept of the bike chain, attaches keys to it and makes it really easy to carry multiple keys while using as little space as possible.
Do you love your keychain? You should because you probably spend more time tightly together than you do with your lover.
Thinness is the key for a comfortable and elegant keychain. I love to optimize my things and the bulky keychain in my pocket was a pain in the arse – literally. I particularly hated it when I was running, riding my bike or had my fancy suit on.
I dreamed of a keychain which disappears in my pocket – or fits in my wallet. I needed to reimagine the outdated key design.
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