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Do you have an RFID key fob or card that you would like to copy so they fit in your Keyport?

If you have key fobs that look like one of the above that you hang off your D-ring or carry separately, you can now get them cloned onto an ultra thin Keyport RFID Key which fits securely in your Keyport Pivot or on the RFID Holder Module that works on the Slide, Pivot, and Anywhere Tools

Keyport Pivot & Slide Compatible RFID Key

The Keyport RFID Key was co-designed and developed with our partner and RFID expert, CloneMyKey,  to be compatible with the Keyport Pivot 1.0, Keyport Pivot 2.0, Slide 3.0 + Slide 4.0 key organizers. It’s shaped to fit perfectly within the Keyport Pivot’s chassis, and it's only 1mm thick so it hardly takes up any space on your Pivot’s key stack. To use the Keyport RFID Key, just rotate it out of the Pivot and hold it close to the reader or place the Slide’s RFID Holder Module next to the reader.

Benefits & Features

  • Incorporate minimalist access to your home, office, safe, gun box, cabinet, and more.
  • Cleans up a bulky keychain with oddly shaped RFID fobs attached
  • No longer need to attach RFID fobs and cards to your Pivot or Slide’s D-ring
  • No need to pull RFID cards out of your wallet
  • Combine multiple RFID Keys to one Pivot and still have plenty of room for metal keys


About CloneMyKey

The Easiest Way to Copy RFID Fobs and Access Cards

Founded in March of 2013, CloneMyKey was the first company to offer copying services for key fobs and access cards commonly used in apartments, condos, and offices. CMK's specialty remains copying radio frequency identification (RFID) based keys, but they also support other technologies including high-security smartcard, iButton®, and magnetic key technologies.

CloneMyKey is a replacement/duplicate key service which is in no way affiliated with, or endorsed/sponsored by, the original key provider. began in a college apartment at the University of Wisconsin – Madison. The founder, Bryan Tintes, a computer science student who didn’t like the idea of paying an outrageous fee for a second key fob, successfully developed his first method for duplicating RFID based proximity keys. Since then the company has rapidly expanded to serve customers in over 35 countries and has saved customers more than $5 million dollars by offering a low-cost alternative to expensive RFID key duplication services.

CloneMyKey also offers specialized and unique RFID access control supplies for customers ranging from property management firms to Fortune Global 500 technology companies as well as government entities, including defense & intelligence agencies. The company’s public portfolio includes Marriott Hotels, Samsung, Honeywell, Sandia National Lab, Aegis Defense, Hubb NYC, Dormigo, and the Canadian federal government. In addition, CloneMyKey provides physical security and product design consulting services, advising several notable companies including Microsoft, Palace of Westminster, and others.

CloneMyKey’s Emphasis on High Security

CloneMyKey places top priority on securing your data.

  • All key data is encrypted and stored on a secure network not connected to the Internet.
  • Any documents sent to CloneMyKey are shredded after use.
  • CloneMyKey employees do not have access to sensitive billing information, and CMK uses a Level 1 PCI DCC compliant credit card handler.
  • CloneMyKey's data storage system uses air gapped technology, and all key data is secured with cascading encryption utilizing AES, RSA, DSA, and other cryptosystems. CMK also uses cipher keys up to 4096 bits in length. Encrypted key data is not revealed in plain text and can only be used by company equipment to make additional duplicate keys.

Keyport RFID Key Pricing

The pricing for a Keyport RFID Key starts at $24.99 for a low frequency chip, $34.99 for a high frequency chip, and $54.99 for a dual chip. This pricing is very competitive with other RFID cloning services, and the level of customer support and warranty is second to none.

CloneMyKey offers coverage up to $265 per original key if damaged during cloning, a full 30 days to test your new RFID key, and includes a one-year limited warranty that covers product and material defects.

How to Copy an RFID Fob/Card onto a Keyport RFID Key

Types of RFID Chips Cloned

There are three primary types of RFID chips - low frequency (LF), high frequency (HF), and dual chip (both low & high frequency chips in one key). The Keyport RFID Key is able to accommodate all three RFID chip types.

Low Frequency (LF) - Works on 125Khz. This technology has been around since the mid 1980’s. While one could argue that an LF RFID chip contains security and “encryption”, it is nowhere near today's standards and is probably more comparable to barcodes than anything else. It is simply a serial number in a specific format that is transmitted wirelessly. It is still popular in new buildings as it is very cost effective and simple to implement and maintain. These LF keys take less than a minute or two to copy. That said, it is important to note that there are dozens of different LF formats, and some are harder to copy than others. So it is unlikely that key copying kiosks or even locksmiths can copy them all. Based upon years of experience having copied tens of thousands of LF RFID fobs, tags, keys, and access cards, CloneMyKey is the only RFID cloning company that can claim to be able to copy ALL LF formats.

HF - Works on 13.56Mhz.This is the newest access control technology that uses advanced encryption to help protect against cloning/copying. It costs quite a bit to install but more and more buildings are adopting the standard. Since there is true encryption using the HF format, the RFID fob most likely needs to be mailed into the CloneMyKey office and can take anywhere from 20 minutes to 2.5 days to copy. CloneMyKey is one of a handful of companies that offer copying for these types of formats.

Dual Chip - Works on both 125Khz & 13.56Mhz.Dual chip keys use both chips inside one key. This has become popular for buildings that wish to add security but not fully replace an existing LF based system. Typically the private residence doors are what get the HF upgrade and the common access areas (pools, gyms…) remain on the LF system.

Frequently Asked Questions