Keyport Releases the Slide 3.0, A Hybrid of Swiss Army Knife, Keychain, Tracker

Keyport Slide 3.0
Keyport Slide 3.0
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LAS VEGAS -( Keyport launched its next-gen Slide 3.0, a modular everyday multi-tool that bridges the gap between the conventional keychain, often crammed with an array of everyday carry items, and a connected world.

Part key organizer, part Swiss Army knife, part lost & found … the Slide consolidates keys, pocket tools and now smart tech into a stylish and functional personalized access device.

With a sleek design and convenient one-handed access, the Slide 3.0 is constructed of aircraft grade aluminum and hardened spring steel. It also features a 360-degree low profile swivel d-ring to attach loose items and that locks in place when not in use.

The Slide 3.0 utilizes the exclusive Keyport key blades that feature a small one-size-fits-all head and fit securely in the device. Blades purchased with previous Slide versions are compatible with the new Slide.

To solve the biggest problem associated with keys and other daily carry items … losing them … they come with a free 2-year subscription to KeyportID, an online lost and found service that connects finders to owners directly and anonymously at a click.

Optional Keyport compatible tech and tool modules include:

  • Bluetooth low energy locator module with mini-light that works with TrackR and that allows customers to locate their Keyport using their smart phone or alternatively find their smartphone using their Keyport. ($29.99)
  • Pocketknife designed by nationally recognized knife designer Glenn Klecker ($19.99)
  • 12-lumen mini-flashlight ($9.99)

Available in either 4-port or 6-port configurations, the Slide 3.0 is priced starting at $39.

For more information, visit their website.

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3 years ago

if you own a car or a pickup truck with the ignition on the column and the shifter on the column you might want to measure the distance between the ignition and shifter as the one I have hits the shifter when you put the vehicle in park or when you take it out of park snapping the key off then you have to order a new blank key and they come with no head on them and you have to take it to a locksmith as hardware stores can’t cut them and at five bucks a pop to set… Read more »