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Chess Pieces Keychain Set (17 Pieces)

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Chess Pieces Keychain Set (17 Pieces)
WARNING: May Contain Small Parts.

Our Chess Keychain Sets now come in fun, bright colors as well as in traditional Black and Ivory. Each Chess Keychain Set comes with 17 pieces, includes extra queen, (half the board) and are fitted with a chain through a hole in the piece.  King size is a standard 3-3/4" height.
 
Kids love these for their keys or to attach to their chess bags or backpack straps to show their love of chess. These key chains are perfect for give-a-ways and prizes.
 
Colors may vary slightly from batch to batch. Individual pieces and/or mixed sets are not available.

  • 17 keychain chess pieces
  • Each piece fitted with a 4" chain
  • 3-3/4" King

 

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  • 5
    Satisfied customer

    Posted by Unknown on 30th May 2015

    The item was exactly as pictured and described
    The package arrived promptly and was well packed.
    I'm very satisfied with my purchase.

  • 1
    pieces missing

    Posted by john c ormins on 29th Apr 2015

    i am very disappointed. the set was missing 2 black queens for my demo board.

  • 5
    True Blue Chess Flex

    Posted by Unknown on 10th Apr 2015

    I sponsor a chess class during a shortened period at our high school. I chose school color key chain pieces to recognize tournament winners. I allow the winner to pick the piece fill describes their chess flex experiences. The pieces will be a lasting memory of their fellowship.

  • 5
    What you see is what you get

    Posted by Rowan Tate of WIZ-KIDS Chess on 3rd Mar 2015

    A single side/color piece with keychains on them. Make good gifts for kids at chess club.

  • 5
    Great affordable chess trinkets

    Posted by Gary Gaiffe on 30th Oct 2014

    I am always looking for items to award as prizes for my over 200 chess students. Items under a buck that the kids can actually use are always welcomed.

  • 4
    Great!

    Posted by Carlos Barbosa on 23rd Oct 2014

    Good product the truth!

  • 5
    graduating chess gift for seniors

    Posted by steve wong chess coach on 16th May 2014

    these keychains are a good cheap momento for ending a chess career, . they were on sale

  • 5
    Great buy!

    Posted by Unknown on 27th Mar 2014

    We were looking for a prize we could give to all our chess tournament participants, and are really pleased with these. The pieces are shaped well and are lightweight so they will not weigh down the pocket or chess pack. The chain is a standard one, of reasonable length (except for the king, whose top takes up most of the space for the chain). The pawns are 1.75 inches tall, and the king 3.75 inches tall. They'd be fun as a memento on display or in use. Each piece has a green felt base that adds a sense of quality. We were looking for an affordable item and these exceeded our expectations. Thank you for providing them!

  • 5
    The chains are a great motivator for taking notation.

    Posted by Russ Erickson on 10th Mar 2014

    I have been using the keychains for motivation for taking notation for a number of years now. One game notated they can get a pawn or save up the notations to get a Queen (9 games notated). Five games notated, a Rook or a notation book can be claimed. I give them the King when they have claimed all the other pieces. The key chains are inexpensive enough to make the program work without "breaking the bank."