"The Keyport Slide 2.0 reinvents the keychain, consolidating keys, flash drives and bottle openers into a single device about the size of a box of Tic Tacs."
~ Inc. Magazine // Best in Class Awards
"The Keyport, now in its second iteration, replaces the bulky, jangly keychain we've all come to despise with a gadget that wouldn't look out of place in a James Bond flick."
~ Motor Trend
"Run a sleeker everyday-carry set-up with the Keyport Slide. Consolidate up to six keys, USB flash drive, bottle opener, LED flashlight and even the bar code to your gym membership into one streamlined device, so small it fits in your fifth pocket."
~ Recoil Magazine
"Designed by a motorcycle enthusiast, the Keyport 2.0 stores six key blades in a lightweight polycarbonate body that's no larger than a pack of gum and designed to not scratch your bike's triple clamp the way a key ring would."
~ Sport Rider Magazine
"Keys aren't really that controversial, we need them, they work, what else is there to improve upon? It turns out, there's a lot that can be done. Enter Keyport Slide, a device that can consolidate your keys into one small package."
"The whole package comes across as something that Q developed down in the 007 laboratory. "If you see this slim box, James, you'll notice that it contains your Aston Martin key, a flashlight, and a martini stir stick for emergencies."
"We're not sure if James Bond has a keychain - presumably, those Aston Martins don't start themselves. But if he did, it would probably look like this sleek box, which holds up to six keys that glide out when you slide a button. If you need more than six keys, you're doing it wrong. (It being life.)"
".... just how much longer were you going to tote around that cacophonous mass of metal in your pocket?"
"The Keyport's small size and light weight make it a viable option for motorcycle applications and its immediate advantage is obvious—no more scratches on the triple tree from other keys bouncing around on a key ring. "
~ Super Streetbike Magazine