Metal Cable Key Ring Wire Durable Car Flexible Keychain Carabiner
Heavy Duty Material, Strong , Flexible Corrosion Resistant Cable, Metal Cable Key Ring Wire Durable Car Flexible Keychain Carabiner Large Keyrings Loop Luggage Tag
What We Like
- Made of stainless steel material that makes it long-lasting
- Comes in different colors that make it look attractive
- Ideal for hanging flashlight, luggage tags, ID tags, pliers and other hand tools
- The size may vary
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We analyzed 24,946 reviews for 61 products in the Accessory & Keychain Carabiners category.
We then analyzed 171 reviews for this product. Of these, 150 reviews were recent.
Around 82% of reviews were positive and about 12% were negative.
8.30 out of 10, based on these factors:
What buyers say about Metal Cable Key Ring Wire Durable Car Flexible Keychain Carabiner
I used a tad of nose oil to grease the male end of theTile remote finders thing, which fits perfectly on it.
I was happy with the quantity I received and the quality was good.
I thought I would try some of the ones that come with the keys, they seem easy to use, and have a clean finish.
The cable is very sturdy, but the threaded head doesn't come off with an unreasonable amount of force, making it useless to make any loop from a single one.
They seem to be sturdy and have held up well, I used a bunch of box end wrenches on two of them.
Is it possible to make them larger in diameter by connecting them?
You can use our cable wire rings for a lot of things, they are very useful wires, and you can even use them for a luggage tag.
Is it possible to close and open them back up?
It's twist lock, so you can easily open it anytime.
Is there a cube shaped item in the picture that shows the audi keys between a keyboard and watch?
It looks like an infinite cube.
What is the size of the gold ring?
If you order 2, they are the same size as the other ones, and it's not real gold.
The diameter of the ring where you place keys is less than 6.3 inches.
The total circumference is 3.14 x diameter, or 1.9 (about 2") divided by 3.14 inches.