RETON 60 Sets - Key Fob Hardware with Split Ring - 1 Inch, White Nickel
- Material: made from strong metal alloy for long-lasting durability
- Size: 25mm/1"
- Color: White Nickel
- Perfect for key chains, lanyards, fabric, straps, ribbon, webbing, embossed, etc.
- Package Included: 60 Sets of Key Fobs ＆ Split Key Rings
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Product detailsSize Name:60 Pcs, 1 Inch | Colour Name:White Nickel
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 16.26 x 11.68 x 3.81 cm; 454 Grams
- Date First Available : 30 May 2018
- Manufacturer : RETON
- ASIN : B07DFBMQTY
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14,275 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
- 261 in Kids' Jewellery Making Kits
- Customer Reviews:
RETON commit to providing customers with Various Fashionable Bags, Luggage & Bag Accessories, Clothing Collocation, Office & Home Supplies, DIY Tools, etc. RETON are quite popular in market because of the stylish design, nice looking, high quality and fast service. If you want a nice item, RETON is a good choice.
Material: metal alloy
Color: White Nickel
Package Included: 60 Sets of Key Fobs ＆ Split Key Rings
Perfect for key chains, lanyards, fabric, straps, ribbon, webbing, embossed, etc.
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Actual product is sturdy, I tried to bend with just hands and they would not budge.
You must use tools.
Definitely would buy again qhen I need more.
Top reviews from other countries
The clips only have teeth on one side, and if you are going through nylon webbing, they only grab one side. The other side slips right out of the clip! I learned this the hard way, and snapped a few teeth trying to straighten them back out.
As long as you sew the ends of the straps together before you clamp, you should have no problems with the end slipping out. Once I figured that out, they work perfectly for what I want to do with them.