KEY-BAK® Introduces the Ratch-It Retractable Ratcheting Tether

West Coast Chain Manufacturing Co., a manufacturer of retractable badge and key holders, introduces its KEY-BAK Ratch-It Retractable Ratcheting Tether.

KEY-BAK® Introduces the Ratch-It Retractable Ratcheting Tether

The Ratch-It Retractable Ratcheting Tether locks in 5" intervals.

West Coast Chain Manufacturing Co., a manufacturer of retractable safety and security solutions, introduces its KEY-BAK® Ratch-It Retractable Ratcheting Tether.

The Ratch-It Retractable Ratcheting Tether has a built-in ratchet mechanism that locks the reel in 5″ intervals. The cord will lock in place when the retractor is pulled. It also has a polycarbonate frame and a Kevlar cord.

Ratch-It Retractable Ratcheting Tether is available with a metal carabiner or a belt clip. It also has three retraction forces ranging from Heavy Duty 8 oz. to Xtreme Duty 20 oz. and can hold anywhere from 15 to 40 keys, according to the company.

All KEY-BAK® products are made in the U.S. and are backed by a Lifetime Service policy.

www.KEYBAK.com


ABOUT THE COMPANY

West Coast Chain Manufacturing Co. is an employee-owned company that manufactures and distributes security products worldwide.

West Coast Chain Manufacturing Co. founder W.R. Lummis invented the Original KEY-BAK® Self-Retracting Key Reel in 1948. Lummis was a switchman on the Pacific Electric Railway in Los Angeles and saw other switchmen get injured when their key chains got caught on moving trains.

That’s when he invented the original KEY-BAK®, which he sold to other railroaders and eventually to locksmiths in the Los Angeles area. After the KEY-BAK® saw success, Lummis left his railroad job to manufacture and sell KEY-BAK® products full time in Pasadena, California.

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