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We'll take you through how to optimise your Orbitkey.
Carry less in 3 steps.
These three A’s method will help you let go of the extra baggage – and to help free up unnecessary bulk in the process.
STEP 1 - AUDIT
Make a list of all the keys you are currently carrying, and figure out what they are for.
STEP 2 - ASSESS
Take a moment to think about which keys you actually need with you at all times – most likely your house or apartment key, car key, and maybe a mailbox key or similar. Let's call these Primary keys and set them aside for the assembly process.
All of your other keys – Secondary keys will likely have some sort of context dependence, and can therefore be kept elsewhere.
STEP 3 - ADAPT
Moving forward – once you have cut down the amount of keys you carry daily, you need to figure out how you can manage it all.
For example, consider adapting your routine of grabbing the holiday house keys from the drawer when packing.
Similarly, instead of keeping everything in one bunch, have different sets of keys for different purposes (such as house keys, work keys or gym keys).
We understand it might be daunting to not carry all the keys at the start, but just remember that you can always adjust these approaches as you go.
Assemble your Orbitkey
Solution 1 - The trick is to strategically place your smaller-holed key to avoid the 4mm shaft. This however means you need to have a few other keys / USB key / bottle opener to fill up the 5mm shaft space as shown
Solution 2 - You can enlarge the hole size using a file or drill. It requires a bit of extra effort, but with the right tool it takes just under 1 minute!
Solution 3 - As a last resort, you can always utilize the optional attachment for anything that doesn't fit.
Most likely you have over-tightened your Orbitkey. To resolve this issue you need to twist one side of the band anticlockwise for ONE full rotation while holding the other side of the band stationary. Please see the video below for more detailed instructions.