We recently covered StatGear’s Hygiene Hand, a key-like EDC for opening doors and pushing buttons, which has raised more than half a million dollars on Kickstarter. But while that product’s estimated delivery is June, a very similar item is available on The Drop, on sale, and ships in mid-May. But you’ve gotta act fast because the deal ends today.
It’s KeySmart’s CleanKey, it’s small enough to fit on your keychain, and it’s designed to help you move through the world without touching so many things with your hands. Such a proposition is especially relevant now, of course. The CleanKey is made from antimicrobial 260 brass alloy, a material that kills 99.9 percent of germs within a couple hours.
It’s worth noting that a brass skeleton key could serve a similar purpose. However, given the discounted price of the CleanKey and the fact it’s specifically designed for button-pushing and door-opening (the large hook at the front provides much more handle-grabbing utility than a skeleton key would), this deal is tough to beat.
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