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PHOTOS: NEW Mickey, Minnie, Stitch, and “The Haunted Mansion” No-Touch Door Opener Keychains Arrive at Walt Disney World

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In the time of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s more important than ever to keep your hands clean. That’s where door hook keychains come in, allowing you to safely open a door without touching any germ-ridden handles. Walt Disney World has introduced their own versions of these keychains, now available at Magic Kingdom.

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Mickey Hook Keychain

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To use the hook, put your finger through the hole and then hook the end of the keychain on a handle. The keychains are made from heavy-duty metal so they are strong enough to pull open a door.

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The pointed end of the keychain can also be used to press buttons, such as on a pin pad.

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Minnie Mouse Hook Keychain

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The Mickey and Minnie keychains even have little mouse ears on one end.

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The Haunted Mansion Wallpaper Hook Keychain

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Hopefully the ghosts won’t follow you home when you buy this keychain.

Stitch AOP Hook Keychain

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We found these in Box Office Gifts for $12.99 each. If you’re looking for keychains that are less functional but more magical, you can also hang a Wishables toy from your keys.

Will you be getting one of these door hook keychains from Walt Disney World? Let us know in the comments.

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Tasha
Tasha
4 months ago

Would love to buy for Christmas presents if I could buy them online!

Zaphod
Zaphod
4 months ago

Ridiculous, So you touch the door with your hook, then put it in your pocket/purse and next time you need it the bugglies are all over the inside of your pocket/purse. so after the second use it is completely useless.

Last edited 4 months ago by Zaphod
Him
Him
4 months ago

Good thing Disney was there to solve the scourge of COVID cases from doorknobs (at guests’ expense of course).

Jones44
Jones44
4 months ago

What does AOP stand for?

Marc A Ansani
Marc A Ansani
4 months ago

Would love to see a video demo….I cannot picture how this works.
Thanks

Mike
Mike
4 months ago

They look nice, but like any painted metal they will chip and wear after a while.

Dland Fan
Dland Fan
4 months ago

Wow! what a great invention for these times.