I have to say that I'm always intrigued by small objects which are of genuine utility; so when I spotted this discreet little toolset at a discounted price, I was genuinely very keen to get my hands on it.
I've only just started using it and it's not a bad little bit of kit. The metalwork is of a better quality than I'd expected, with the tools being of actual use. It's certainly well thought out and well made.
My only (albeit minor) gripe is that it looks as though it will fit snug around a normal `Yale' type of key (and not flap around on a key ring). What I've found, even after trying all the keys for the house, is that the tool is just that little bit too wide to be held firmly in place.
I've yet to see if it'll snag on the inside of a pocket (which a bit of a concern, given some of the edges), but otherwise a nice piece of kit.
Oh, forgot to mention that the tool comes in one of those sealed plastic packages. The sort that's impossible to open with a pair of large scissors. Personally, the packaging's a bit of overkill, but that doesn't reflect on the item.