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Old 06 October 2006, 16:09   #11
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My floating key fob is made out from the cork out of the champagne bottle the boat was named with, which I thought was a nice touch by the original owner
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Old 06 October 2006, 16:43   #12
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what a good idea, just the right size for normal pockets.

do the keys float though?
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Old 06 October 2006, 17:40   #13
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what a good idea, just the right size for normal pockets.

do the keys float though?
I think so, I am pretty sure I tried it in a bucket when I first got the boat but now you mention it I will check it again! There is only the ignition key which is tiny, a plastic battery isolator key and a small alloy carabiner so the whole lot is quite light. Keys for house and work stay in a safe place as you would need a small mooring buoy to keep that lot up!
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I DID have a floating keyring on mine but it got ripped off the keys when I stuffed it on Sunday
Blimey that must have been some stuff?
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