MagSafe Adapter Key Ring Connects MagSafe Converter to Keys

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  1. 0815 macrumors 68000

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    not sure if that magnet is really strong enough the prevent it from falling of when I put my key chain multiple times a day in and out of my tight jeans pockets ....
     
  2. Acorn macrumors 68020

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    those carabiner's scare me. I bought one from eastern mountain sports to use as a keychain. it was in the middle of winter and i was playing with it and it snapped in half.The actual aluminum snapped. i was like wtf man. i dont know if it was from the cold or was defective or what. I didnt even put much pressure on it. its suppose to hold body weight. Thats what they use for mountain climbing? screw that..what are the chances that could happen again.
     
  3. Ma1Garv macrumors newbie

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    #28
    I already have buckets of adapters, converters etc.

    However I am a serious climber and can always use more carabiners.
     
  4. corywoolf macrumors 65816

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    #29
    That's because you probably bought a novelty carabiner.

    This one's legit:

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  5. dec. Suspended

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    #30
    I have a "kitchen/living room Macbook Air" and then my main Macbook Pro, that I also use on the main level sometimes. Really I just want Apple to make it attachable to the power cord, that's where I need it. Not on my keychain or on travels where I have my whole bag with me anyway...

    hockey tape doesn't look very pretty
     

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  6. jdechko macrumors 601

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    #31
    Might not be pretty, but it works.

     
  7. Acorn macrumors 68020

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    #32
    perhaps your right. the one i had was red aluminum and that one looks like there is some kind of lock mechanism on it. the one i had just had a swing latch.
     
  8. alphaod macrumors Core

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    #33
    I'm just wondering who takes their adapters off the MagSafe connection?
     
  9. XboxMySocks macrumors 68020

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    #34
    I'm sure a lot of people would never misplace them.
     
  10. xtn macrumors regular

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    I actually ran into an issue yesterday where I forgot my power cord for my MBPr at home and I was stuck at work. I haven't bought an adapter yet because I naively asked myself, "I have the charger. Why would I ever need an adapter for my only charger?" I found myself at work wishing I had one with me so that I could borrow someone's MagSafe 1 power cord. Now I'm getting an adapter and one of these keychains so that I always have one on me.
     
  11. bumblebritches5 macrumors 6502

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    #36
    $15 seems a bit expensive, seems like it should cost $5, but maybe everyone thinks Apple users pay a lot for their computers, so it's fine to rip them off?
     
  12. spatlese44 macrumors 6502

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    #37
    attaches to my keys... which go in my pocket, next to my credit cards. Hmm, strong magnet, credit cards?
     
  13. saxofunk macrumors regular

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    #38
    something better

    this has vintage vibe, holds both magsafe and lighting>30pin adapters, and costs about 65% less (including shipping!).

    Rubber Coin Purse
     

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