A key case is primarily used to store one or more keys such as car keys or front door keys. The mostly made of leather cases usually have a zippered pocket for keys, coins or similar.
Classification of the category key cases
Key cases are also called key cases. Inside the key case there is a small bar with key rings or key hooks attached. So each key can be attached to a separate hook or eyelet.
This has the advantage of not having to deal with a key ring cumbersome and to search for the desired key. In addition, the storage in key cases for keys is gentler. Because under heavy use or by impacts and impacts from the outside parts of the key, such as the beard, break off. The key in question is then no longer useful.
If no spare key is present, the lock can not be opened, so that can be caused by the damage of a single key very high consequential costs.
Key cases are particularly secure because a portion of the case is placed over the keys before the case is locked. So the key can be safely transported in a purse or a bag.
Sometimes helpful in case of loss of the key
And even with the loss of a key, a key case can be helpful. Most key cases have a number on the inside that identifies the key holder. The key only needs to be thrown into a mailbox by the finder.
However, the prerequisite for this is that the key case is registered, so that in case of loss, the case can be assigned to its owner as quickly as possible. It is unusual to note his address in a key case. Because under certain circumstances, this is the way to show burglars the right way.