11 cool and useful accessories to add to your car keychain


For motorists, key chains are more than just tinkling metal rings, they are the link between us and a beautiful Sunday cruise. But like everything about cars, we love personalize, so why not our key chains too? There are tons of little products to add to your key chains that can be useful and / or cool without being too bulky.

We searched Amazon for some cool little additions to your keychain for this listing. They’re all designed to fit in your pocket and be light enough that they won’t damage your ignition switch over time. So channel your inner high school janitor and get the tinkle ringing!

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Bluetooth Tracker Tile

These little Tile trackers can be incredibly useful for those who often misplace the keys (don’t they all?). Using Bluetooth, your phone can locate the Tile through the free app. The battery typically lasts for about a year and can be easily replaced at home.

Apple AirTag Leather Case

For die-hard Apple fans, consider getting the AirTag. Similar to the Tile, it connects to your iPhone through the Find My app. If the Tag is further away, then Apple uses its Find My network to notify you if your Tag is detected. Please be aware that this product does NOT include the tag and is only the leather backing—buy AirTag separately.

Multitool keyring

Since your keys are usually on you, add this Keyport multitool in case you need it. It includes 10 different tools ranging from a bottle opener to a 3/8 inch wrench. It is made of stainless steel, weighs only half an ounce, and is TSA-compatible for the airport.

Pepper Spray Keychain

This Saber keychain sized sprayer is one of the best on the market. Trusted by law enforcement around the world, Saber’s Pepper Spray formula is designed to hit hard. This sprayer features a quick release key fob for maximum draw speed.

Sauce 2 GB

Fancy dipping your McDonald’s chicken nuggets in Chick-fil-A sauce? Now you can with these handy Sauce 2 GB keychains. Just fill with your favorite sauce, screw the lid back on and you can use the power of any sauce, anytime.

Chug N ‘Plug

The Chug N ‘Plug makes it easy to shoot your favorite drink. Rather than using your thumb to snap off the outside of the box and risk a slice, simply insert this tool, open the tab, and pull. When you’re done, it fits your keychain perfectly.

Of course, if you are using it for alcohol, then leave it for after driving is finished. Don’t drink and drive.

Porsche badge

If you are lucky enough to drive a Porsche, add this tasteful badge to your keychain. Produced as an original product of Porsche itself, the steel logo on a leather backing is also available in blue and white.

Triumph badge

For those who enjoy both the joys and the hardships of driving a Triumph, this badge would look great when hung from your ignition switch. Made of solid brass and finished with a highly polished chrome, it will look like a real boss with your ride.

Manual transmission key fob

This cute little gadget really appeals to those of us who like to fidget. It has a fully movable shifting mechanism, so you can shift gears and vanish with a flick of your thumb. This set also comes with a bonus adjustable wrench accessory.

TRD Mini Lanyard

To add some personality to your Toyota’s keychain, consider this TRD mini lanyard. The logo is crisp on the black leather strap and comes with a bonus carabiner.

0-60 Possibly Key Tag

It’s okay to admit that your car is slow, and this keychain does it perfectly. The tag is just over an inch long, so it won’t take up too much space in the pocket.

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