US SPYDER RYDER SPECIAL EDITION KEY HOLDER - 8 COLORS AVAILABLE
Finally the perfect solution to your Spyder Key problem, the key holder that is trendy, stylish, practical and durable !! We have been working on the perfect design for little over 3 month to come up with something that would be worthy of a 30,000$ machine. NOT PLASTIC......It's made from an aluminium billet and it's CNC machined to perfection. This is a high end piece of jewelry type key holder. It's extra light and comes in different colors so you can match your Spyder or just pick a favorite color. All key holders have been iodized for long lasting protection.
Give as a gift for fathers day, mothers day, holiday season or just cause you want to say something nice to your better half.
Comes with the little bolts and allen key. (Also getting a free lanyard)
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Very high quality!
This is a well made the machine work is tops its makes the key easier to find the key when it is in my pocket.
After reviewing Pierre's video on the workmanship that goes into the Spyder Rider Key Holder, I was impressed and bought one in blue. Very high craftsmanship and fits the key like a glove. No worries anymore on where I put the key... its around my neck on the free lanyard that comes with the holder! Thanks again Pierre!
I can't lose the key or forget to take it out of the keyhole when I park. It looks great.
I always like to support the entrepreneurial endeavors of the "little guys/gals" that develop products for our Spyders. No way am I going to loose my now.
I was looking for a key holder and thrilled I chose this one. Lots of colors, well made and solid. The lanyard comes in handy when I’m out running errands.
Perfect size, matches my bike. Would love with a Canadian flag some day. Definitely worth the money and got it in a few days. LOVE IT
my daughter loves it
I love the key holder very much. The color goes very well
with the color of my Spyder.I will probably get another for my spare key. The only problem was getting the ever so small screws started