DIY Seat-Belt Key Holder for Your Shop

Published by Nadeem Muaddi on November 7th, 2012

Tired of misplacing customers’ keys? Thabto, a UK producer of quirky houseware,  has come up with a nifty solution that puts a new spin on the traditional key box – buy you don’t have to buy one.

“Buckle Up” is basically a key holder fashioned from a repurposed seat-belt. While the latch hangs on a wall, the latch plate connects directly to a set of keys via a key ring. Simply pop the latch plate into the latch like you would any seat belt and voilà – your keys are secured.

Thabto sells “Buckle Up” for $24.00 per latch, but why spend the cash when you can simply make one yourself? Every auto upholstery shop has a few spare seat belts laying around. Turn them into something useful!

The Haartz Corporation

3 Responses

  1. brad says:

    That’s a good idea even if you throw keys on the dash of car while your working on it…you could just clip it to the seatbelt in the car and know right where they are

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