Anyone who uses their car to get them down to the surf, will have at some time been left wondering what to do with their car key whilst they enjoy the waves. Stashing it somewhere is a risky option, leaving it attached to the vehicle in a lockable padlock case is possible, but it still leaves an opportunity for a determined thief and taking an electronic key in the water is a definite no no. Step forward an innovative new product, the Keebunga Waterproof Key Case which is currently looking for help with funding on Kickstarter and completely solves your key/surfing dilemma.
The Keebunga is a fully shock proof and waterproof hard shell case that allows you to stash your vehicle key inside and then take with you on your adventures. Tested to a depth of 90 feet, the Keebunga will keep your key dry during the biggest of wipeouts and longest of sessions and is easily stashable within a wetsuit and designed to attach to a lanyard, key ring or life vest. It is also worth noting the Keebunga floats.
The Keebunga team are now ready to start the production process and this is where you can help out and make this a reality. To bring the stylish Keebunga to market, the team are seeking £25000 via Kickstarter and just days in, are making good progress towards their goal. At time of writing there are 93 backers to the project and there has been nearly £3000 pledged.
The retail price of the Keebunga when they arrive at your local surf store will be £35 but early backers can get their hands on the first run of key cases with a pledge of just £20 and our international followers will also be interested to know that any pledges for a Keebunga includes free shipping anywhere in the world.
The official Keebunga Kickstarter video is featured below and to find out more about the project and to make a pledge head over to the Keebunga Kickstarter page here. In our eyes, the Keebunga fills a definite gap in the market and offers a real solution to the age old problem of what to do with your key when surfing. Being waterproof and shock proof means not only will we be able to use it when surfing and paddleboarding, but when mountain biking and snowboarding too. Let us know your thoughts on the Keebunga and if you will be throwing your weight behind this inventive new key case?