The Coby 1.5-Inch Digital Photo Keychain ($11.53) has a 1.5-inch LCD full-color display for JPEG, GIF, and BMP image files, where you can store up to approximately 60 photos!
The Breath Tester Keychain ($6.99) can help prevent a drunk driving mess. It’s very convenient, being small enough to put it in your pocket, and quite cheap as well.
If you are the sort of person who constantly loses things, like your car (I have done this a few times in large car parks), then you might need one of these Ecco GPS Keychains ($99.99). This keychain can be programmed with up to 3 different locations at a time; so when you leave your car, just set it up and you will easily be able to find your way back to it.
Smaller than a credit card, the Zina 300K Mini Digital Keychain Camera ($3.99) lets you take up to 99 photos in QVGA mode, up to 25 shots in VGA mode, or up to 17 seconds of video in AVI mode! This Keychain Camera features a 64 Megabits (8 Megabyte) internal memory and can be used as a PC camera for video conferencing.
The Electronic Bubble Wrap Keychain ($9.99) has 8 little "bubble" buttons with a pretty close tactile feel to actual bubble wrap. Guess what happens when you push one? That’s right, you hear a little pop. And since you can easily pop (pun intended) the keychain in your pocket, you’ll always have bubble wrap when you need it most (you know, like when your boss starts talking).
The TV-B-Gone Keychain ($21.38) is designed to turn off virtually any television. Invented by Mitch Altman, a former Silicon Valley entrepreneur, the TV-B-Gone is a simple remote control device with a single button. When activated, the unit emits 209 different turn-off codes for nearly every TV.
Oh yes, the Ned the Naughty Pig Keychain ($4.95) is a pooping pig on a key chain: its eyes pop out when you squeeze it. More remarkable still, the “poop” is sticky. Just what we needed.
Meet the Brass Balls Keychain ($7.95). This unique key chain belongs on every set of keys. A guaranteed head turner, includes split ring for attaching keys. Pass out your keys and you’re sure to get a surprised reaction.
The Star Trek Communicator Keychain ($10.95) is a fun gadget for all the Star Trek fans out there. The keychain comes with 8 different Star Trek sound effects.
There’s only one word to describe the Atari Joystick Keychain ($9.45), and that’s "Whoa." The baby joystick and paddle aren’t just inspired by their legendary forefathers — they actually have old Atari classics built right into them! Each key chain comes with a pocket-sized reel of cord with RCA jacks at the end and a battery inside. Plug one end into the controller and the other into a TV and in no time you’re getting your 1983’s on.