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The KeyBit Family

KeyBit+ RedBUY NOW

A key ring for your MagSafe Adapter with a red protector. Protecting your adapter from even the most extreme conditions.

KeyBit+ BlueBUY NOW

A key ring for your MagSafe Adapter with a blue protector. Protecting your adapter from even the most extreme conditions.

KeyBit+ GreenBUY NOW

A key ring for your MagSafe Adapter with a green protector. Protecting your adapter from even the most extreme conditions.

KeyBit+ BlackBUY NOW

A key ring for your MagSafe Adapter with a black protector. Protecting your adapter from even the most extreme conditions.

KeyBitBUY NOW

The original key ring for your MagSafe Adapter, nickel-plated, and bare as a babies bottom.

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How does the KeyBit work?

When Apple invented the MagSafe charging port, they installed magnets into all of their laptops to hold your charging port in place. When they released the MagSafe2 and the MagSafe Adapter, the adapters also contain a magnet to hold your old charger in place.

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KeyBit takes advantage of that fact by being just the right shape and made of a highly magnetic nickel-plated steel to grip tightly onto the adapter, holding it snuggly in place. When you want to take the MagSafe Adapter off of KeyBit, simply snap the adapter in either direction, if you try and pull straight, you will feel just how strong the magnet is.

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Why do I need a KeyBit?

Since apple introduced the MagSafe2, keeping an adapter around at all times is quite important if you use your laptop like I do.

Where do I get a MagSafe Adapter?

Apple created the adapter and they sell them online and in their stores. You can also find them at Best Buys and other major retailers that sell Apple products. That said, you came to the right spot to by the adapters best friend :)

Why are you so cool?

Oh, please. This Q+A session just got out of control. Definitely not cooler than you, with your KeyBit hangin' on your carabiner keychain.

:)

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