However if you don't want to be massively ripped off and want blanks that you can get
cut yourself, do a little search online for the following key codes or take the list into
your local key cutting place and see what they can do for you.
Börkey 1148 PS01
DL (Dominion Lock) YM31
DL (Dominion Lock) YM31-RH
Mister Minit 477
Mister Minit 7477
Mister Minit ME76P
If the part number finishes with a "P" then it tends to mean that the key head
has a plastic cover.
From the point you have the key cut you really have 2 options. You can stick the key
onto your keyring as you normally would and use the keyfob without a blade in it.
Or you can cut the head of the key down to the shape of the OEM key and insert it into the keyfob.
That way you have a standard looking key. You will need a hacksaw, vice and a bench grinder.
Although smart are happy to rip you off to the tune of about £25 for a pair of pre-cut keys you will also find a smart specialist will happily take £12 + £3.50 for delivery for one of the Orion blanks shown at the top of this page. This is a staggering markup so here's how to save money.