revlimiter Keychains


revlimiter keychains
revlimiter Keychains

Details


  • Works with any Miata ever made. Also works with all other cars. Even compatible with your house!
  • Composed of vinyl and solar-cell quality polyurethane epoxy.
  • These were first available as the legendary R2 Limited keychains and are reproduced by permission.
  • Completely customizable. Check out some examples here! A fee will apply for custom work.
  • Shipping calculated at checkout. US customers receive Priority Mail. International orders will be sent via EMS, Priority, or 1st Class depending on your country.


Keychains

Buy revlimiter Keychains - $15 USD

Select a Design:
Select Keychain Color:




Designs:


keychain - Version Eunos
Type ER Gen2 - for a more refined Roadster. Black or white background with chrome and gold foil.

keychain - Prototipo
A quick comparison of the G1 vs G2 keychains. As you can see Gen2 is, well, better in every way.

keychain - Prototipo
Prototipo Gen2 - The vintage Mazda circle-M was originally designed by R2-Limited. Reproduced here by permission. Your choice of dark red foil, pearl blue, or jet black with a chrome M.

keychain - Elanore
Version Elanore Gen2 - Now in four color choices to match the badges and horn buttons. Colors include dark red foil or pearl blue over black or white with chrome lettering. The yellow/green is in pearl vinyl with the logo in chrome.

keychain - model 36
Model 36 Gen 2 - A re-imagining of Mazda's branding in the 1930s. Colors: black and white or white and black.

revlimiter keychains: Model 80
Model 80 Gen 2 - Mazda's logo from the 80s to now. Colors: chrome over black.

keychain - Type V
Type V Gen 2 - The Eunos Flying V badge in both the standard dark blue and limited edition black. The V is in gold and chrome foil just as the original.

Type M

keychain - Type M
The classic Miata M in bright red or white over jet black.

keychain - Type M
Type MS Gen2 - Either pearl red or black with a chrome foil Mazdaspeed logo.

Version: Trubo

keychain - Version Trubo
Designed for MiataTurbo and those who love kitties.



CUSTOM STUFF!


revlimiter.net Store - custom Keychains
The limit truly is your imagination. I can make nearly anything happen. Hit the custom keychain page to see what I've made so far.

Custom revlimiter Keychains!




About your Order


I make the keychains by hand in small batches. I usually have the above models in stock. If you want any changes made, it will likely take a little bit. Like the gauges, everything here is made by one guy, the dude who runs this website and drives Sharka. Please be aware that you might have a short wait time between placing your order and when I'm able to make your items.

California Residents:


California requires the following notice: Horn buttons may contain vinyl and mercury, chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling.


FAQ


Q: Can I have matching center cap inserts made?!?!
A: Yes! Due to the different sizes that center caps come in, each order would be custom (read: not cheap). I'll have a page of details coming in the near future. For right now, I'm trying to keep up with badge orders. Feel free to order some center caps via the order form. I'll request measurements in mm to 2 decimal places. You also must actually have center caps on hand. I cannot make the plastic thing (the actual center cap) that fits your wheel.

Q: Can I have a custom keychain made for my Dodge/Lamborghini/RX-7/Jeep Scrambler?
A: Sure! The cost will be a bit higher. Check out the Custom Keychain Page for more details.

Q: Can I order a horn button from you?!??
A: Absolutely! Take a look at the Horn Button page and check out the offerings there.

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