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Plug Your Keys into the Wall with a Homemade Ethernet Keychain and Wall Dock

There are plenty of products you can buy to hang your keys on the wall for easy access, but none with the geeky charm and stability of plugging them in to an RJ-45 port. With a few cables and a cheap panel, you can make the most uniquely awesome keychain and key holder combo on the block.
David J. Ferrick
David J. Ferrick • 2 years ago

Plug your keys into the wall with a homemade Ethernet key chain and wall dock.

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