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LEGO Keyrings

I was given the following Stirling Silver keyring for Christmas this year:

It was a custom purchase from Etsy. You can see it was modelled on an actual LEGO 2x4 brick! :-)
Do you have any custom LEGO keyrings made from Silver, Gold or something else perhaps?
What LEGO keyrings do you actually use?
What LEGO keyrings are most collectable?


  • Toc13Toc13 Member Posts: 1,144
    My oldest daughter has Darth Vader on her schoolbag.
    My wife has the Wonder Woman torch keyring on her set of keys
  • SumoLegoSumoLego Member Posts: 15,216
    I made a Captain Marvel keyring for a friend that  happens to be a pilot in the Air Force.

    And I'm fairly confident I have every SW keychain...

    Keychains... bah!
  • Baby_YodaBaby_Yoda Member Posts: 1,295
    I have the gold minifigure keychain in my wallet and my mother has Iron Man on her car keys. The print rubbed off very quickly on the latter, and the former's hands and patches around the joints lack the chrome finish.
  • M1J0EM1J0E Member Posts: 644
    I have #853593 on my car keys.  Because Captain America!  It’s kinda beat up now though.  Should’ve bought one to keep good LOL
  • SeanTheCollectorSeanTheCollector Member Posts: 765
    @Toc13 I have a #5005667 Ghost Key Light keyring which is nice but it's way too big to carry with my keys!
  • LittleLoriLittleLori Member Posts: 155
    I have the basic 2X4 red brick-well worn after 8 years of use
  • LusiferSamLusiferSam Member Posts: 572
    I used a Darth Vader key chain for my apartment as an undergrad.  I used a X-Wing Luke for my office key until the legs started to fall off.  Now I use a red 2x4 brick for my office and a black 2x4 brick for my house. 

    I may need to replace the black 2x4.  Last year a gust of wind caught the door as I was unlocking it and ripped the key and door out of my hand.  Damaged both the door and key chain. 
  • nexandernexander Member Posts: 908
    The wife has about 50, she makes them into earings. Some are pairs, some not. We also have the hotdog man torch keyring on car keys so a torch is always handy 
  • LuLegoLuLego Member Posts: 1,010
    I picked up a bnip 1989 captain red beard pirate for just a few quid before Christmas. My 5 year old son is fascinated by my vintage pirates and at the time it seemed like a lovely little stocking filler...

    But it just seems wrong to now put captain red beard on a school book bag. He’s sure to get wrecked! 30 years in a sealed packet. My non-AFOL wife says he will at last fulfil his key ring duty.
  • bandit778bandit778 Member Posts: 2,372
    I have a Vader on my main keys. It's the 3rd Vader key ring I've had and I currently have 6 or 7 spare for future usage as and when they become too damaged.

    I also have a 2x2 black brick key ring on my work keys that I won from the Fairybricks stand at Bricklive and my wife has a purple plate (either 2x2 or 2x3) on her keys from the same place.

    I do have an engraved Gold 2x4 that we had done at Windsor Legoland but that stays at home.

    Considering I only really use the Vader key rings, I'm surprised I have as many as I do but filling an order to get free delivery seems to have added to them somewhat.

  • daewoodaewoo Member Posts: 793
    edited December 2018
    Someone gave me a Lego keyring years ago.  It was not durable enough to actually use as a keyring as it fell apart within a few months of use.  As a result, I'll never buy one and if I'm ever gifted one again, I'll remove the loop from the head and it'll join my city population.
  • mak0137mak0137 Member Posts: 288
    Have used Lucy (lasted 2 months, lost an arm), Superman (lasted 4 months, just became loose) and now have Emmit for the last 2 years. He seems to be more durable.
  • FauchFauch Member Posts: 2,662
    the only one I have is the 1989 red beard captain I think. used as a (2nd) captain for the renegade runner. I think he still looks fine.
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