TEC Accessories P7 Keychain Dangler (2-Pack)

TEC Accessories P7 Keychain Dangler (2-Pack)

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Ever find yourself carrying an assortment of items that sit in a clump at the bottom of your pocket? Designed to eliminate pocket bulge, the P-7 Suspension Clip is your solution Read More

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Chenson722
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Jul 5, 2020
In case TEC and Drop are reading this, it'd be really cool if we could get a drop of these with the ability to add on some of TEC's other stuff.
Catpants
44
May 2, 2020
The amount of people whinging in here makes me wonder what sort of stupid size key bundles you guys have.... i have my work and home keys on one of these and it's perfect(no snap clip tho, it's attached to a normal size split ring). They're meant to be unobtrusive, not for you to hang 40lbs of tacticool bullshit off.
method_burger
556
Apr 25, 2020
these made me lose 2 keychain multitools. a tip: make sure this is the only thing you have in your pocket. all other objects tend to snag these out as well.
RayF
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Apr 24, 2020
Dinky, very small, about the size of nice pair of women's earrings ;- )
AFD_0
124
Aug 3, 2019
Was just shopping for suspension clips yesterday, after seeing someone post their flashlight collection on various hangers (LINK). Was hoping TEC Accessories made a titanium variant, but think I'll be getting a few of the ones made by Jetstream Aero Parts instead. https://www.ebay.com/itm/282056246798
Phlooke
195
Jul 12, 2020
Nah I Know. I was more referring to ebay clips even ones that say USA. But yeah that one is a solid clip. Do you know where to find a dark sucks clip? They only have a bunch of pocket clips with rings around the top for popular pocket lights that don't come with pocket clips. I couldn't find the suspension clip
AFD_0
124
Jul 12, 2020
Actually, after looking back at that post again, the Darksucks one is just a regular Ti pocket clip attached to the side of his MBI light and isn't a dangler/suspension clip like the rest. Not sure which one he used, but it's probably available at their Darksucks.com site. Sorry about the mix up! Would be nice if they made a similar dangler, since I've been a fan of Prometheus and FourSevens lights for many years.
BrentK
1
Aug 2, 2019
Instead of a bulge at the bottom of your pocket, use this to raise the bulge a bit higher in the pocket.
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warshipgod
6
Jul 31, 2019
I would like to see this with a retractable cord instead of the ring connecting the two pieces.
DaleD
37
Jul 31, 2019
If quality makes a difference for you, this is your product. I own both the TEC P-7 and the Chinese clone. I got the P-7 from a $50 mystery box from TEC’s website. I also ordered 14 Chinese clones (marked with a X) for roughly the price of 1 TEC P-7, though it took a month to get to me in the USA as opposed to 3 days from TEC. Ive used them for EDCing Swiss Army Knives for the past couple months and the TEC P-7 is worth the money. I’m sure if you not active and work in a office the cheap option might be for you, but for me I’m quite active. I’ve already gone through 1 of 14. The one pictured is #2. The metal on the clones are quite malleable, and I’ve already had a couch eat a SAK for a couple days because the clip didn’t maintain. The P-7 on the other hand is solid. It maintained it shape even through a thick pair of corduroy pants that warped the clone. #2 is pretty bent, it’ll probably have to be replaced by the end of the summer. As far as difficulty of assembly, I can put them together free handed without too much trouble, but my Mystery box came with a tool which makes it simple. I believe it can be acquired from TEC.
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14themoney
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Jul 31, 2019
The last time I checked the bulge in the bottom of my pocket, there was an assortment of bits, drills, a knife, several bills, a crumpled receipt, a few coins, and wire nuts. This product won't help me. My keys are on a Leatherman carabineer. I would like to thank all those who spoke of the diminutive size. It allowed me to keep those crumpled up bills in my pocket.
Suppose if there isn't an Ace Hardware or similar store in your area you might rely on Drop. I'd rather save $10-12 dollars though. Pro tip, you can find better versions of these at truckstops and workwear stores.
NiteNinja
140
Jul 6, 2020
Truckstops have some of the coolest gadgets you thought you didn't need. Been over the road for a decade, still amazes me the crap I can find.
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