A carabiner I can love
I always hated carabiners as keychains. They're big, bulky, and vastly overkill to carry one's keys. I took a flyer on a Mehlville and have come to rely on it. It takes the utility of a carabiner and engineers it for every day utility. Slim so you don't notice on your belt loop, yet just long enough to tuck your keys into your back pocket and avoid sounding like a Golden Retriever wandering through the office every time you have to hit the head. Saving your coworkers from realizing just how much water you drink during the day can't be understated. Throw in a bottle opener that's low profile and a design that securely keeps your keys tethered and color me electric moss green and call me a carabiner convert.
My Mehlville gets a lot of attention
This design is very attractive and functional. Looks like a carabiner, but keeps 2 separate sections for your every day carries with an innovative design and has a bottle opener as well. On my belt loop for my truck keys, I also clip my work badges for quick access. When I set it down, my workmates ask where did I find this? James Brand has the goods and bring back my knife!
LOVE our James gear
My husband saw a guy with an awesome key chain and asked where he got it. He said the James Brand. I bought it as a gift for him for an upcoming trip and he LOVED it! He uses it for keys, for clipping water bottles for hiking.
He loves that it's unique, sleek and still a bit rugged.
Very cool find.