If you’re looking to upgrade your keys, you may have heard about Formawerx, which makes custom car keys that are as unique as the cars they are made for. The company is based in Finland and creates a handful of bespoke key fobs to go with some of the finest automobiles on the planet. They’ve recently added a line of Japanese car key fobs, as well. These keys are not only unique, but they’re guaranteed to work.

One of the company’s latest gizmos is a 3 foot tall key that is available in both gold and silver, as well as a variety of other color schemes. While these may seem excessive, the fact is that they can serve as a great way to commemorate an event like the Key to the City ceremony, or to show off to friends and family.

Another new offering from the Finnish company is a giant key made out of chromed-nickel metal. At 30 inches in length, it’s a little bigger than the average house key, and the finish on this one is actually pretty cool. There are only twenty units in the works, but they’re sure to attract the attention of those who don’t mind the hefty price tag.

One of the other new fangled goodies is a “fob” that is not only a fad, but also a true indication of a burgeoning market for luxury keyless entry. This one uses a revolutionary imaging and cutting technology to produce a high-tech key that will open any of the 223 million vehicles in the United States. It’s not for everyone, but for the right person it can be the perfect accessory.

In addition to the aforementioned 3 foot tall key, the company has also introduced a smaller key in an oval shape, which comes in both wood and lightweight metal. A few years back, BMW included an LCD display in their 7 series key fob. As for the actual “key”, you’ll have to wait until it’s manufactured in a series of limited editions. However, the company claims that the “key” is actually a pre-programmed circuit board that can be used to replicate the original codes. That’s a big claim, but the company says they’ve been able to make it happen.

Among the company’s other offerings is an optically encased’mirror’ key, which enables the key to be mirrored on the other side. Apparently, the company’s engineers have put a lot of time and effort into this one. Using a high-tech lens, they were able to replicate the original key in an eye-catching style.

Other notable key-related items include a three-foot tall silver key and a one-meter tall model made out of aluminum and stainless steel. They’re all designed to be the most recognizable, most practical, and best functioning affluent-grade vehicle key. For an affordable price, these products make a nice gift for your loved ones or as a reward for a job well done. Those who aren’t willing to shell out the dough can always get something that’s a bit cheaper from a dealer or car repair shop.