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      08-25-2015, 04:08 PM   #1
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IND | BMW M Performance Alcantara Key Case



Genuine BMW M Performance Alcantara key case protects your key fob in style without adding bulk. The rigid carbon strip protects key buttons from being pressed accidentally while in your pocket or bag.

A small allen wrench is included in each box for easy installation.


BMW M Performance Alcantara Key Case $49.00


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How in the world do i open this case? It doesnt open.
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Unscrew the blue screw
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you need hex, I dont know if it is included
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I heard the screw snaps off with regular use :/

Update: Been using for a month and it hasn't snapped off yet. Not sure if they updated the material? I don't have it tightened tight at all, just enough.

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I heard the screw snaps off with regular use :/

Update: Been using for a month and it hasn't snapped off yet. Not sure if they updated the material? I don't have it tightened tight at all, just enough.
The screw can snap if overtightened. One forum member posted about an easy fix here: http://f80.bimmerpost.com/forums/sho....php?t=1242031
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