74 thoughts on “Whats the most?

  1. Anonymous says:

    honestly it’s not about what’s cooler as much as what feels best for how many keys etc. if you are already using a normal carabiner that’s about as ‘cool’ as you’ll get unless you start searching for vintage stuff to have a conversation piece. at that point it’s up to you.
    if you think buying some EDC marketed bullshit will make you cooler to other people, then you would be incorrect

    • Anonymous says:

      Good point, anything beyond the basic shit you can find at the grocery store probably comes across as try hard.

        • Anonymous says:

          You’re the stupid. Most chain grocery stores, like safeway for example, have an aisle with an end cap that has all kinds of things like carbiners, hammers, polish, dyes, lightbulbs, power strips, etc. you wouldn’t know because ur mommy probably buys your groceries.

        • Anonymous says:

          everyone is allowed to have their reasons for doing things they way they like

          -less bulk in your pockets
          -prevents scratches on your phone or if you have a nice leather wallet
          -easier access to your keys
          -more difficult to lose/forget your keys since you would visually notice them gone, on top of the locking mechanism of a carabiner being more secure than loose keys in a pocket which can be prone to slipping out while sitting down

          • Anonymous says:

            a carabiner is just another metal object that will scratch my phone, idk how it’s supposed to prevent that

          • Anonymous says:

            >less bulk in your pockets
            are you carrying the keys to every door in your neighbourhood?
            >prevents scratches on your phone or if you have a nice leather wallet
            Keys, phone and wallet in separate pockets
            >more difficult to lose/forget your keys since you would visually notice them gone
            You won’t visually notice them if they’re out of visual range behind you like in ops pic
            > top of the locking mechanism of a carabiner being more secure than loose keys in a pocket which can be prone to slipping out while sitting down
            Locking mechanism makes them less readily accessible, I lead a very active lifestyle and never once have keys fallen out of my back pocket.

            Let me get this straight, I’m expected to carry my big ass stupid smart phone, my wallet, a pocket knife AND keys all in my pockets? The weight and bull of all those items will have my pants sagging down and bulging out. Absolutely disgusting. You should get your head checked out if you think that’s okay.

            >the weight and bulk of all those items will have my pants sagging down and bulging out.
            The weight? How weak are you? Secondly how tight and flimsy are your pants that an average wallet, phone, keys and pocket knife would cause massive bulges and sagging? Are you carrying a couple of grand in 20’s? A Bowie Knife?

        • Anonymous says:

          Let me get this straight, I’m expected to carry my big ass stupid smart phone, my wallet, a pocket knife AND keys all in my pockets? The weight and bull of all those items will have my pants sagging down and bulging out. Absolutely disgusting. You should get your head checked out if you think that’s okay.

          • Anonymous says:

            You don’t really need the pocket knife unless you work manual labor and I suspect most people here do not.

          • Anonymous says:

            needed it when i got carjacked
            my daily carry’s a tiny boi but i was camping so i had a big one that was enough to intimidate insane ex-military mexican w/ gun

        • Anonymous says:

          operating a carabiner is not difficult, if you think it is you are probably a stupid with disabilities
          pickpockets are a meme or you just live in mumbai or something

          • Anonymous says:

            >operating a carabiner is not difficult
            It is obviously it is more difficult than reaching into your pocket. Also, every big city in the western world has pickpockets.

          • Anonymous says:

            anon the degrees of difficulty you are describing are so minimal literally only an actual downy would notice the increase in dexterity required
            joggers aren’t snatching keys off your belt, they just smash a window.

          • Anonymous says:

            you are the stupid. operating a carabiner is not difficult for non SPEDs. you however, are a tard

          • Anonymous says:

            It literally makes your life easier because your keys are always right next to where your hand rests. You are the stupid, now and forever more.

          • Anonymous says:

            maybe if you look like a total mark i guess. only ever had pickpocketing attempts at concerts/music festivals/fairs/shit like that. even then its really died off ever since apple made it hard to resell stolen iphones.

        • Anonymous says:

          This has to be some of their worst bait I’ve ever seen and yet hear I am responding to it. You’re a dumbass.

  2. Anonymous says:

    been using one of these for probably 15 years now mainly because it has a bottle opener and makes a nice sound when my keys jingle

    • Anonymous says:

      The leatherman is a cool option. I was looking for one with a bottle opener. I know you can pop bottles with lighters and shit but I’ve embarrassed myself too many times failing to do that in front of ppl.

    • Anonymous says:

      I used one of these but it’s really just because it was the first thing I found that was a carabiner with a bottle opener. I don’t actually clip my keys on my belt, I just clip it at the top front of my pocket so my keys don’t bunch up down in the bottom.

      I might switch to the Leatherman one posted, does the same stuff without being quite as autistic.

  3. Anonymous says:

    i can’t find a picture of it online but mine is a carabiner type thing that you can snap onto your belt loop with one hand at the top, then a circular part with a gap you can rotate to pass your keyrings to the lower part to lock them in
    i like it because otherwise my keys scratch up my phone, and it’s fun to fiddle with

    • Anonymous says:

      https://i.imgur.com/X9BpTzu.jpeg

      had this for a while. i was looking for
      >lots of spring tension so it never undoes itself accidentally
      >non opening loop for the keys themselves so it never comes off unless i want it to
      i got this from trayvax so MiUSA which is nice i guess and it met both requirements

      You should blur your key cuts because the mods might be able to track you down. It’s surprisingly easy to make keys from a .jpg

  4. Anonymous says:

    had this for a while. i was looking for
    >lots of spring tension so it never undoes itself accidentally
    >non opening loop for the keys themselves so it never comes off unless i want it to
    i got this from trayvax so MiUSA which is nice i guess and it met both requirements

    • Anonymous says:

      i like how this board has zero moderation and is completely ran to shit by trolls
      but the jannies somehow find time to randomly delete the pic of my carabiner https://warosu.org/fashion/thread/18103662#p18103699
      and didn’t even bother to remove the pics of people who doxxed their front door and car keys

      https://i.imgur.com/FdPG3Cz.jpeg

      […]
      You should blur your key cuts because the mods might be able to track you down. It’s surprisingly easy to make keys from a .jpg

      snortle chortle.

      this website is a shitty containment zone for the new sanitized corporate internet.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I used to just use a carabiner but I recently bought this. You loop it on your belt so if anyone tried grabbing it it won’t just break your belt loop. It’s really meant for wallet chains, but I just use it for keys.

  6. Anonymous says:

    I use pic rel to easily join different set of keys, but it wouldn’t be suitable for attaching them to the belt loop

  7. Anonymous says:

    I bought a black diamond standard oval carabiner 12 years ago and I’ve been using it ever since.

  8. Anonymous says:

    I just have my keys on a single keyring with little clasps for other stuff I carry around, which is more keys or a multitool.
    I should probably get a carabiner so that I don’t have to keep them in my pocket all the time. It would be nice to carry a phone around without a case for once.

  9. Anonymous says:

    The most /fashion/ carabiner is the rope side one that you got from ripping apart your quickdraws after they been have worn out by you.

  10. Anonymous says:

    actually come to think of it i havent even heard of someone getting pickpocketed ever since apple pay and whatever google’s equivalent to it came out. do people even carry valuables on them in the city anymore? lol?

  11. Anonymous says:

    I like nite ize. Just made a backup keychain with a g-biner I had around because I’m a G. Might look at Gerber and see if they gots a carabiner with a knoife or something now because I’m feelin a little rowdy

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