Glowing Keychain

Glowing Keychain

This tiny keychain glows continuously for 10 years using tritium, a radioactive material used in watches, compasses, gun sights and other products you might use in a dark environment.

About:

  • Completely contained and self-powered
  • Glows continuously for 10 years (even in 10 years of complete darkness)
  • Super compact design
  • Ultra bright green glow
  • Perfect for tagging zippers (on tents, bags, etc), tying on keychains, flashlights, etc

The Glowing Keychain is available from DealExtreme for $9.80.

(Gear Diary via OhGizmo)

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Robert Birming

About Robert Birming

Based in Stockholm, Sweden, Robert is a blogger and musician with an eye on innovative gadgets and design geekiness.

6 Responses to “Glowing Keychain”

  1. Yeah, because you want to be carrying something radioactive in your pants pocket for ten years.

  2. you are noob . it’s 100% safety, next time ,read something about…

  3. welcome to cancer 101

  4. YOU SUCK N00BS tritium is non lethal
    yes germans used it to make hydrogen bombs but in quantities 10,000 times larger
    and besides you probably drnk this much in heavy water

  5. Agreed, you guys are n00bs. Read about tritium before you start spouting nonsense. Futhermore, beta particles from tritium can penetrate only about 6.0 mm of air, and they are incapable of passing through the dead outermost layer of human skin. Eat it.

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