This Yubico Key Organizer Is the Ultimate Accessory for Yubikey Users

The Yubico Keyport key organizer with a set of housekeys and a Yubikey.
Yubico, Keyport

Yubico’s security keys are durable, but can they really withstand the destructive power of your keychain? If you’re concerned about breaking your Yubikey and locking yourself out of all your accounts, then you should consider picking up the Yubico x Keyport Pivot 2.0, a new key organizer designed to tidy up your pocket and defend your precious security keys.

Needless to say, we’re huge fans of Keyport. The company develops super-slim key organizers that you can customize with modular accessories, like bottle openers and flashlights. To see Yubico and Keyport collaborate on a new product is very exciting.

The new Yubico x Keyport Pivot 2.0 can hold up to eight items (including house keys, Yubico security keys, and modular accessories) and is just over half an inch thick. It features a small key ring to attach vehicle keyfobs and other items, and it works with all Yubikey 5-series and Yubikey Bio security keys.

Of course, the Yubico x Keyport Pivot 2.0 is basically identical to Keyport’s regular Pivot 2.0 organizer. The only thing it’s missing is Keyport’s KeyportID lost and found service, which is included with the regular Pivot 2.0.

You can order the Yubico x Keyport Pivot 2.0 now at the Yubico webstore. It costs just $25, which will feel like a bargain when you finally experience life without a big messy key ring.

Yubico x Keyport Pivot 2.0 Key Organizer

Yubico x Keyport Pivot 2.0 Key Organizer tidies up your collection of house keys and protects your Yubikey security keys. Grab it now for $25.

Source: The Verge

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