Monday, August 30, 2010

Digital Keychain review & giveaway!!!


A day that many of us look forward to is the day when we receive our very own set of keys to our very own car. While many of us never get that dream car we always wanted, we can still show the world who we are while showing off the keys to our car. How can we do this? by choosing the perfect keychain.

I was recently introduced to Wholesalekeychain.com which carries every keychain you could possibly come up with. These keychains can be anything from your favorite Disney Charactor to a beautiful personalized keychain engraved with a special messages and/or date. I even found one of my favorite games turned into a keychain, the Catch Phrase Carabiner!

For those of you who have children or a special someone you wish you could have with you at all times, you may want to check out the Digital Photo Keychains. Here you will find several options and colors. I had the opportunity to review one of these keychains and selected the Digital Photo Keychain & Keyring with Stand. It was fairly easy to download my pictures to my keychain. After downloading a few pictures I realized they looked best zoomed in. The pictures of my children's faces look awesome, but if you choose to use full body photos they can look grainy. Regardless I love the idea of carrying pictures of my family with me at all times. I would love to get one of these for my mom or dad for their keychain. It gives them easy access to their grandchildren and pictures to show off to all of their friends. This is a great gift idea and reasonably priced right now for only $9.99.




Giveaway: One lucky winner will win their own Digital Keychain from Wholesalekeychains.com

To Enter:
Visit Wholesalekeychain.com and look through their site. Come back to this link and leave a comment telling me which keychain you would like to add on your keys.

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Be sure to leave a comment telling me what the entry is for. Leave a separate comment for each entry. Also be sure to leave an email address for me to contact you. A winner will be selected randomly using Random.org. They will have 48 hours to reply or a new winner will be chosen. US only!

Giveaway Ends: Sept. 14, 2010

This product was donated for the purpose of a review. Even though I was given this product free, my review is my own honest opinion.

65 comments:

tristatecruisers said...

i like them all but the Laser Pointer Keychain--would be fun with my dog!! :)

marci
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tristatecruisers said...

my first car was a ford pinto--it was small and smoked a lot--it's the only car i ever had that "DIDN'T" go in reverse. :)

marci
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Ellen C. said...

I'd like to add the Stewie keychain to my keys. Thanks for the chance.

sweetascandy579 at yahoo dot com

Tori said...

I like the Digital Photo Keychain & Keyring - 1.5 inch Pink
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bison61 said...

I'd like the Pontiac Firebird Leather Keychain & Keyring

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Anonymous said...

Lots of nice looking keychains! Besides the digital photos keychains,which I love,I think the pepper spray keychain is a great one! monk5 at charter dot net

Andrea said...

I love the Little Mermaid Ariel with Fish Keychain & Keyring
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katychick said...

my first car was a stander car- used car- and the pedal stuck- and i was learning to drive a stick on a stuck pedal- it was very hard.
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Anonymous said...

I would like the Michigan Wolverines Keychain! wrestlermom2 at yahoo dot com

Ali said...

I would add the pepper spray to my keys...I use to have some in high school and don't anymore. I think every woman should have pepper spray!

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Ali said...

My first car was a mercury lynx. I bought it from my friends grandma for $100 I think it ran for almost a year! :)

Anonymous said...

Aloha Friend:
My first car was a 1950 Oldsmobile with a push-button starter. It was powder blue. I was 18, and I was stoked! That car would blaze through anything!! I lived way up near the Canadian Border in Washington State. I loved that car!

The NEW Mommiez Blend said...

I like the Keychain Knife - Maxabiner Keyring for my hubby.

Chelle
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Kendra said...

My first car is still the one I'm driving now. It's a black 2 door chevy caviler. I love it!

amweeks said...

My 1st car was my grandma's car, and she gave it to me when she couldn't drive anymore. A little red Plymouth Horizon hatchback which I pretty much drove into the ground going back & forth from DC to Pittsburgh on weekends to visit my boyfriend!

Kathryn said...

My first car was a subaru legacy that I named Annie!

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Jus and Kat said...

My first car was a white Ford Tempo. It looked just like the driver's ed cars that the schools have, and I hated it . . . ended up totaling it too! :(

Hannah J. said...

The catchphrase, the bop-it, the monopoly! omgosh i didn't know these were possible! I'd probably go with catchphrase lol looks like fun!

Anonymous said...

I like the Chatter Phone Keychain & Keyring, but I have to say I'd LOVE to have the digital photo keychain!! -Liz I.
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klcmaher said...

I think I would like the pepperspray keychain. Just to be on the safe side...

KBraden said...

My first car was a 83 chevy chevette. Oh the memories. It might not have been the best looking car but it was given to my by my stepfather and it had a nice sound system in it.

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