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Nite Ize Hideout Magnetic Key Box


This magnetic key hider is built to last, with neodymium magnets or an adhesive-backed metal plate that holds firmly under your car, deck, or side of your house.

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Product Description

Nite Ize Hideout Magnetic Key Box

A magnet-equipped container for storing small items discreetly.

A metal plate with 3M VHB tape for attachment to a magnetic surfaces is included with the container.


  • Ideal for keeping keys and other objects you wish to keep out of sight.
  • HideOut is held in place by strong neodymium magnets on any clean, flat metal surface.
  • The waterproof (IPX7) and long-lasting design keeps the contents secure and dry.
  • HideOut comes with a 3M VHB adhesive-backed metal plate for mounting to plastic, wood, and other non-metal surfaces.
  • The original box size may accommodate multiple keys.
  • Key fobs and multiple keys can be stored in the XL box at the same time.
  • Waterproof to IPX7 standards were tested (submersible in up to 1m of water for up to 30 min)

Tech Specs

  • Dimensions: 2.44in x 3.5in x .84in | 62.07mm x 88.04mm x 21.25mm
  • Weight: 46 g


Nite Ize

Nite Ize designs and manufactures mobile device accessories, powerful and tactical LED flaeshlights, LED visibility and safety products, LED toys and games, and LED pet products. The company was founded in 1989 and its headquarters is located in Colorado, USA.


Rick Case, CEO of Nite Ize, developed the company’s first product in the late 1980s while a student at the University of Colorado Boulder. When he was out and about like he was cross-country skiing before dawn, he often found he didn’t have free hands to hold a flashlight. He used tape and a rubber band to attach the Maglite to his head. That’s when his own light bulb went on—literally and figuratively. As a result, Case and his friends sewed hundreds of accessories compatible with the flashlights and sold them to local retailers. “I realized I had a viable business in 1991,” Case says, “when REI agreed to sell the headband.”