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Pokémon Keychain

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Starting around 1999, the merchandising company Basic Fun released multiple series of Pokémon Keychains. Sometime around December 2000 they released a series of Tag Alongs, which were 50% smaller than the Pokémon Keychains and were packaged in sets of two. Sometime in 2005 they also released a Latios Flashlight Keychain and a Blastoise Squirtz keychain.

Pokémon Keychains

Series 1

Series 2

Series 3

Series 4

This series was also sold as sets of two exclusively at K·B Toys stores. Charizard and Mewtwo are known to be packaged together.

Series 5

Series 6

This series was released sometime around September 2000.

Series 7

This series was released sometime around December 2000.

Series 8

Series 9

Sometimes these keychains would include a bonus mini-Pokémon, which is known to include Jigglypuff.

Series 10

Series 11

This series was released sometime in 2005.

Series 12

This series was also available as a box set, which included a fifth bonus keychain.

Series 13

This series was also available as a Collector's Edition Box Set. This box set included a fifth bonus keychain which was either a Ivysaur, Blastoise, Poliwhirl, Eevee, or Mewtwo.

Series 14

Series 15

Series 16

Series 17

Series 18

Series 19

This series was released sometime around September 2009.

Series 20

This series was released sometime around September 2009.

Series 21

This series was released sometime around February 2010.

Series 22

Series 23

This series was released sometime around October 2011.

Series 24

Series 25

Tag Alongs

Series 1

This series was released sometime around December 2000. Other keychains include Ivysaur, Pikachu, Jigglypuff, Psyduck, Chansey, Horsea, Lapras, Eevee, Flareon, Snorlax, Mew, and Togepi.

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