But not with this holder. To remove any of the tools that are located below the two larger ones, you merely put the tip of your finger on the outer end of either of those uppermost keys and just swivel it outward. Thanks to a little mechanism inside the holder, this simple, easy movement not only causes all the tools in that side of the holder to pivot outward as far as 90 degrees, it does likewise to those in the other half, as well, re-aiming each set 180 degrees from the other. Then, because of the way the individual keys are staged in the holder, you can remove any one of them without disturbing the others. When you’re finished, just replace the key in its slot and reverse the procedure, swiveling both sides back together again. Once the Wiha key set is folded back into the “closed” position, it takes up no more room in a toolbox than a conventional set in a similar plastic holder.