THE ULTIMATE SOCIAL SURVIVAL KEYCHAIN
"Does anyone here have a bottle opener?"
"Where the (expletive) are my keys at?"
"But I don't have any cash on me."
If you have ever said any of these in anger or frustration, RattlerStrap is here to liberate you.
You'll definitely have your keys with you when you head out after work, go camping on the weekend, or decide to unwind and hit the trail, so keep these three things in mind before you do.
CASH IS KING
You probably use plastic for most of your purchases, and while it's getting less common to come across cash only establishments, they do still exist (especially off the beaten path). Debit swipers go down all the time, and when your bank freezes your money to "protect you from fraud", you don't want to be at a gas station in the middle of nowhere with no way to pay.
YOUR KEYS WANT TO BE LOST
Don't give in. Clip them onto something. The last thing you want when getting back to your car after a 4-day backpacking trip, is to realize that your keys must have fallen out at the hot springs near mile 11.
After William Painter invented the crown bottle cap in 1892, it took him two more years to realize he needed to invent an opener. During that time beer drinkers could be identified by deep purple scars on their fingers (WTF). If you're tired of never having an opener and needing to ask your manly friend to open it with his wedding band, liberate yourself.
In the beginning, it was just a keychain I made for myself. It was summer, so camping trips and BBQ's were frequent occurrences. I wanted to carry a bottle opener, and attaching it to my keys seemed like the most practical design. It took me nearly four months before I realized I could stash a $20 in the front of the opener. Since I rarely carry cash in my wallet, this came in handy more than a few times. The Liberty Clip was born.
Get a liberty clip, put in a $20 bill (or better yet a Benjamin), and next time a friend can't find their keys, drive them home, buy them a beer, crack it open, and tell them why they need a liberty clip.
"The Liberty Clip goes above and beyond ordinary keychain duty with its paracord construction, bottle opener, and cash stash functionality. Since it's made of paracord, you can count on it in survival situations, but it has some features that'll prepare you for more common emergencies too, like losing your wallet... It also doubles as a bottle opener, so you won't have to rummage through your pockets for one the next time you try to crack open a drink... If you want a backup plan for urban and outdoor emergencies (or if you just want a stealthy bottle opener for the summer), grab a Liberty Clip"
- Adam, Everyday Carry
Once again, RattlerStrap has climbed out from the manufacturing masses, and developed a creative, distinguished contribution to the overpopulated world of survival gear. In fact, with their Liberty Clip, RattlerStrap has even forayed into a whole new category of survival gear: the kind for social survival. This simple weave of paracord has a ring for your keys on one end, a clip for your belt on the other, and a set of teeth for biting the caps off your beers in the center."
- Erin, Dude I Want That
WATCH THIS VIDEO TO SEE HOW WE STASH A BILL IN THE LIBERTY CLIP