MagSafe Adapter Key Ring Connects MagSafe Converter to Keys

Apple's Retina MacBook Pro and MacBook Airs from 2012 on incorporate the thinner MagSafe 2 power port, requiring the use of a small MagSafe to MagSafe 2 Converter in order to use the computers with older power adapters.

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The MagSafe Adapter Key Ring is designed to prevent the loss of the MagSafe Converter by connecting it to a set of keys. Printed from stainless steel, the Key Ring attaches to the Converter using its internal magnet. We asked the creator, Jonathan Bobrow, about the strength of the magnetic hold:
It holds very well. I have been wearing it on my exposed keychain (carabiner) around NYC through crowds and subways and have not had an issue. The magnet is shockingly strong and really relies on the torque of the cable to get loose (i.e if you pull the cable straight, you can still knock your laptop to the ground).
The MagSafe Adapter Key Ring is available from Shapeways and is priced at $15.00.

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21 months ago
Are they nuts!?? I lose my keys more than anything else! Why don't they just attach it to my virginity!
Rating: 29 Votes
21 months ago

Amazing.. I literally was just saying to myself yesterday "I wish Apple put a hole in this so I could attach it to something and not lose it!"


And there was me thinking that leaving it connected to the MagSafe 2 was all that was necessary...

...Nope, still thinking that.
Rating: 8 Votes
21 months ago
Amazing.. I literally was just saying to myself yesterday "I wish Apple put a hole in this so I could attach it to something and not lose it!"
Rating: 3 Votes
21 months ago

Are they nuts!?? I lose my keys more than anything else! Why don't they just attach it to my virginity!


Post of the day.:)
Rating: 3 Votes
21 months ago

Kingston DTS Stick high-end? I use Ironkey 16GB USB cost $329 Military Secured!!!


design-wise

apologies
Rating: 2 Votes
21 months ago

And there was me thinking that leaving it connected to the MagSafe 2 was all that was necessary...

...Nope, still thinking that.


Maybe when multiple people/multiple computers use the same cord such as myself... Quit thinking, you'll hurt yourself!
Rating: 1 Votes
21 months ago

the photographer made sure everything looked high end on that key-chain (ie the kingston dts stick)


Kingston DTS Stick high-end? I use Ironkey 16GB USB cost $329 Military Secured!!!
Rating: 1 Votes
21 months ago

Kingston DTS Stick high-end? I use Ironkey 16GB USB cost $329 Military Secured!!!


So you paid $310 for encryption software? :eek:
Rating: 1 Votes
21 months ago

They should have found a attractive way to put it on our iPhones. We never lose our phones, right?;)


It's not quite the iPhone, but I suppose the "loop" is good for something (http://www.apple.com/ipod-touch/features/#loop-gallery)!
Rating: 1 Votes
21 months ago
not sure if that magnet is really strong enough the prevent it from falling of when I put my key chain multiple times a day in and out of my tight jeans pockets ....
Rating: 1 Votes

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