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    I use on of those coily, springy, cord dealies (highly technical term) in bright orange. I slip it around my wrist at rest stops so I never have to start patting pockets with increasing anxiety.


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    Quote Originally Posted by zaasu View Post
    ra cloth key fob.
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    I just got this for $15... works great and I have a quick connect/disconnect fob holder on my belt so I just clip it on to that when I'm done riding...

    http://www.sierrabmwonline.com/produ...38520990-p-336

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    Key fob? What's that...?

    I got in the habit many, many moons ago of not having anything attached to my moto keys. When I leave the bike, the key always goes in my right front pocket.

    So far (knock on wood!) I've never lost a key, nor accidently left it in the ignition.

    Not sure why I got in this habit, but perhaps I just got tired of stuff waving/bouncing around all the time.



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    I have this one. Remove before flight http://www.mypilotstore.com/mypilotstore/sep/3233

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    Quote Originally Posted by flymech View Post
    I have this one. Remove before flight http://www.mypilotstore.com/mypilotstore/sep/3233
    LOL...

    I have one of those attached to my disc lock key! Got it after I'd "customized" the CF front fender on my S.

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    Piece of leather with velcro sewn on to close it. Spilt O-ring through metal grommet in leather.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee View Post
    The metal fob will scratch up the area around your ignition switch.
    Try to find something that won't scratch.
    I agree. Find something leather, I got this from Vanson years ago.
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    Moto99 - their still giving them away at the store/factory in RI
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    At Paonia last weekend, I just happened to look down as I was walking back from registering, and there on the ground was the key to my RT! I have a distinctive fob...I didn't even know it was gone from my pocket!

    I think I will get a lanyard so I can slip the key around my neck when I park the thing....
    Sheeesh.
    Steve in Santa Fe
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    One of those little plastic LED squeeze lights, comes in handy and doesn't scratch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 182242 View Post
    One of those little plastic LED squeeze lights, comes in handy and doesn't scratch.
    Good idea
    2010 R1200RT
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkM View Post
    My key is naked by choice. It's easy to pocket and no fob to scratch or polish the area below the key hole.
    George
    R1200RT, K1200RS. Previous K1200LT, R80RT, R100R, R75/5

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