Has anybody found a nice mult-key keychain that fits the Tesla Fob ? Pointers please !
Amos discovered $2.95 Olympus Camera Strap for his fob:
10 for 0.58 at amazon:http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000SMXLYC
Thanks @Beaker. Amazon One-button-click and we are done.
<off topic> That's a great example of why you should never by generic things at specialist stores. I cleaned my boat yesterday. Mildew spray treatment: Boat store -$12 for 20oz. Home Depot $3 for 32oz/1 Gal refill: $6. Go figure. </off topic>
@nickjhowe: they've come down in price since I ordered them 2 weeks ago at 0.75. The other two Model S owners here at work are enjoying the the ones I gave them. I'm still waiting for S#915 to get a firm delivery date.
Made my own. Cost practially nothing. Take a two inch piece of small diameter braided nylon (heavy weight fishing line or light weight twine) set both ends on fire and push them together and blow out the flame. When everything cools you will not be able to pull the joint apart. Thread that through the FOB and attach to your key ring. Good luck
@MarkV - I think I'd rather spend $0.58 :-)
I used a small black plastic ziptie to make a small loop on the fob. With that, you can attach it to any keyring.
My only concern is in how strong that area of the key is where you can attach a zip tie or camera strap. Over time, might the plastic there become weak and break in which case you could lose your key and not notice till it's too late? I wonder if the strength of the area has been tested by Tesla or if that part of they key has been strengthened in any way to minimize the risk of breakage and potential loss.
I just keep the fob in my coin pocket. I like it a lot actually. Since I generally don't need to touch it, it will stay in my pocket and I won't accidentally leave it in the car, and if I don't have it in my pocket, then I'll notice, because I won't be able to get in the car. Also, my fob won't get all scratched up by keys.