KEY-BAK SECURIT Heavy Duty Retractable Key Holder
High Quality Housing, A Retractable Kevlar Cord Secures Keys, Durable
What We Like
- Made of high-quality material that makes it durable
- Features a compact design that makes it easy to carry
- Made with BPA-free plastic that makes it safe for children
- may vary in size
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We analyzed 24,946 reviews for 61 products in the Accessory & Keychain Carabiners category.
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Around 75% of reviews were positive and about 19% were negative.
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What buyers say about KEY-BAK SECURIT Heavy Duty Retractable Key Holder
The length is perfect, even to reach high locks, and the reel part is appropriate since it wouldn't extend as far.
I knew this would be lightweight and resistant to bending like a metal wire, as well as being very flexible and resistant to Kinking, when I read about the housing made from plastic as well as the carabiner clip.
I have been using this key ring for a couple of weeks now and it has been perfect for what I need because it is very long at 48" and does not pull back too hard when I use the loader.
I think the strap should be a little bit shorter, since you will probably end up sitting down on the card and breaking it if you clip it to a belt loop.
I sometimes use it as a follow-me when I go with my daughter to crowded stores. She sometimes pulls more then I would like her to, but it's still holding up.
I can't wear my id on my hip because the back has a clip or pinch that I can use to attach to the front of a lab coat. Can someone tell?
I bet it would pull your pocket down if you attached it to a lab coat.
If it gets caught on something and the line pulls all the way out, how likely is this to break?
I snapped the line when I left the lock and it seemed to break easily, but then again I am 200 pounds.
I want to know if the spring will cover the weight of the items on it, the one I have now is almost down to my knees.
I was wondering if there was a limit to the amount of weight each kind of keback could hold without dropping from the clip, and I was surprised to find that the listing description said ounce weights for each kind of keback.
How many keys does this hold before the weight of the keys starts pulling down the cord?
I've used mine quite a bit so the spring is well broken in, and it can support a little over 9 ounces before the string starts to pull out.
Is it possible to lock it in a un-retracted position? I don't want it to be pulling on a zip drive that is in a computer.
You can't lock it, but you can use a detatchable key ring.