10 deals on cool gadgets that’ll help you stay organized

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Can't keep track of your stuff to save your life? Enter: KeySmart.
Can’t keep track of your stuff to save your life? Enter: KeySmart.

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Isn’t it weird how your keys, phone, and wallet always wander away from their designated spots as soon as you need them most? It’s like they know.

To make matters even more frustrating, it turns out all those misplaced items can legitimately cost you: One study estimates that we waste 2.5 days every year looking for our lost belongings, and spend a collective $2.7 billion each year replacing said belongings when our exhaustive searches eventually come up dry (because they always do).

With origins on Kickstarter, where its original key holder overshot its $6,000 goal by more than $320,000, KeySmart now makes a bunch of different accessories that are designed to make organization both effortless and stylish. 

If it’s about time you get your shit together (editor’s note: it is) then we’d suggest investing in a few organization gadgets to help you get there. It just so happens that 10 of these accessories are on sale, too — and if you enter the code FIREWORK15 at checkout, you can take an additional 15% off your purchase. 

Eliminate annoying pocket bulk with the help of this compact key organizer. Though it’s smaller than a pack of gum, it’s got enough space in its sleeve to hold up to eight keys at once. A two-pack of the KeySmart Flex retails for $20 and is usually on sale for $15. Apply FIREWORK15 at checkout though to save an additional 15% and pay just $12.75.

Because your gadgets should be as classy as you are: KeySmart also makes a 10-key organizer sporting a sleek exterior that’s crafted from black or brown leather. The KeySmart Leather retails for $39.99, but you’ll pay just $33.99 when you apply FIREWORK15 at checkout.

For all you chronic key-losers out there, there’s the KeySmart Pro with Tile Smart Location technology. Its carrying sleeve holds up to 10 keys, and if one of them ever gets lost, you can use the Tile smartphone app to have it pinpointed on a map or make it ring to expose its secret hiding place. The KeySmart Pro retails for $50 and is usually on sale for $39.99. Apply FIREWORK15 at checkout to save an additional 15% and pay just $33.99.

Pro tip: Keys are easier to find when they’re in a spot where you’ll see them. (Groundbreaking, right?) With a KeyCatch magnetic key rack, you can stick your entire keyring on just about any flat surface — even something on the wall, like a light switch — to keep it within view at all times. A six-pack of the KeySmart Key Rack retails for $20 and is usually on sale for $15. Apply FIREWORK15 at checkout to save an additional 15% and pay just $12.75.

Billed as “the perfect gentleman’s keychain knife,” the Dapper 100 is a sophisticated little folding knife with a loop on the end that allows it to conveniently attach to your keyring. A two-pack of the Dapper 100 retails for $30 and is usually on sale for $22. Apply FIREWORK15 at checkout to save an additional 15% and pay just $18.70.

Slightly larger than the 100 model, the Dapper 150 pocket knife features a corrosion-resistant stainless steel blade that requires minimal maintenance; it’ll stay sharp even without oiling. The Dapper 150 retails for $24.99 and is usually on sale for $18. Apply FIREWORK15 at checkout though to save an additional 15% and pay just $15.30.

If you’ve ever been trapped in traffic, on a delayed train, or on a long flight with a phone whose battery is dead, you know how important it is to have a portable charger on hand. KeySmart makes one with a hefty 10,000mAh battery capacity, and it’s got a dedicated speed charging outlet (in addition to a normal outlet) for all those panicky times you need some juice ASAP. The KeySmart Portable Charger retails for $38.99 and is usually on sale for $33. Apply FIREWORK15 at checkout to save an additional 15% and pay just $28.05.

If more than just your key ring needs organizing, KeySmart has just the thing: It’s waterproof and ventilating Urban 21 Commuter Bag is a portable, all-in-one system with designated protected spaces for your laptop, sunglasses, and valuables. The Urban 21 Commuter Bag retails for $239.99 and is usually on sale for $185. Apply FIREWORK15 at checkout to save an additional 15% and pay just $157.25.

KeySmart offers two products with which you can upgrade your Urban 21 Commuter Bag, the first being a grid organizer. Rather than shoving everything to the bottom of your bag, you simply attach your tablet, pens, headphones, chargers, battery packs, and other belongings to it using its built-in elastic fastenings. It doesn’t just keep your stuff tidy — it also maximizes your space. The Urban 21 Grid Organizer retails for $20 and is usually on sale for $16. Apply FIREWORK15 at checkout to save an additional 15% and pay just $13.60.

You could also opt for KeySmart’s Urban 21 pocket organizer, which is super similar to the grid organizer. Instead of elastic fastenings, it’s got expandable mesh pockets in which you can stash odds and ends. The Urban 21 Pocket Organizer retails for $20 and is usually on sale for $16. Apply FIREWORK15 at checkout to save an additional 15% and pay just $13.60.

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