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This sleek zinc keychain could probably get by on looks alone, but don't be surprised if you find yourself touting its more practical charms. Besides doubling as a handy stylus for any touchscreen, the special clamping mechanism also connects sturdily and safely to the side of your smartphone to serve as a stand—so you can keep your hands free and your business in sight.
I gave this to my most technically advanced friend as a stocking stuffer and I don't think she has taken it off her phone yet... except when she is using the stylus to draw on her snapchats!4
I ended up giving this away, to a teenage who also never used it. When I first received it I thought it was novel enough, but didn't care for the keychain/ stylus/ stand design. I don't know why I would need a stand for an iPhone, don't know when I would pull out a stylus instead of using my finger, and didn't care to add another piece of bulk to my keychain.2
I think they're all pretty handy. Clever and fun little trinkets for the office. They're at HomeGoods and TJMaxx and I paid 4.99 for this stylus. Sorry Birchy., your markup is a little much4
This is a decent product. There are other like this that I believe are more useful. The stylus is nice during the winter months when you are wearing gloves.
was a little perplexed with what this was in my birch box but realized its usefulness immediately. i use this all the time in the studio and am able to check my phone without having to put down what I'm working on.4
I would not pay that price for this, but I do think it's useful. After almost giving up on it because of its wobble-ness, I realized it was better if you attach the device to the top center of your phone. It can stand horizontal and vertical with no trouble.
Keychain isn't the most practical of features and the stylus is just a bonus.
Really 27 dollars for this. Ugh. Glad mine was free. Tried to use it but really just a waste of space and materials.1
I'm unsure what the point of this is. It does not work as a keychain since one has to screw the key in, I'd be worried that you'll lose your key. As a stand, it's wobbly. As a replacement for your finger, what's the point. I'd recommend that you pass on this one.2
This product looks polished, but it doesn't really holds up when it comes to functionality. The plastic piece felt wobbly after a few uses, and the keychain ring keeps falling off of it when opening it, since it's not attached or tied to anything.3
Wasn't impressed by this from quirky. Really wasn't functionally and a bit clunky. Gave it to my lil brother. Definitely wouldn't recommend2