PMK / RMK Operating Guide

November 28, 2016

How to operate the magnetic snap on the PMK (and RMK)

To Attach: Simply place the hard delrin snap sections close to each other (the magnets will automatically guide the snap into place). The PMK/RMK will make a distinct clicking sound when engaged. It's recommended to also simply tap/squeeze the delrin pieces together after the magnets touch to ensure a complete connection.

Note: Ensure that the Keyring Bit is fully engaged and secure before moving on. When correctly engaged, the silver metal bar on the keyring bit should not be showing. It's always recommended to give the keyring a slight tug to check security.

To Detach: Lift up the delrin magnetic lever and pull back to release the keyring bit section from the snap section.


Fastening the RMK to your belt loop (right side)

We've been getting requests on the best way to attach the RMK on the right side, and so we've created a short video on our preferred method to holster the RMK.

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