1-1/8" Round Edge Heat Treated Black-Oxide Split Ring - 1000pk
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1-1/8" Round Edge Heat Treated Black-Oxide Split Ring - 1000pk (6920-1010)

Part #: 6920-1010
Brand: MyBinding
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  • Diameter: 1-1/8" (28mm)
  • Color: Black
  • Material: Black-Oxidized Steel
  • Edge: Round Edge
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These high quality heat-treated split rings are designed to be stronger and more durable than most standard split ring key rings. Available in your choice of nickel-plated steel or black oxidized steel, these key rings are strong, durable and excellent for heavy duty applications. There are literally thousands of applications for split rings such as these. Discover the possibilities today.

Product Details

  • Type: Split Ring Key Holder
  • Color: Black
  • Material: Black-Oxidized Steel
  • Heat Treated: Yes
  • Edge: Round Edge
  • Diameter: 1-1/8" (28mm)
  • Quantity: 1000 per Pack
  • Part Number: 6920-1010

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Transcript: These are Split Rings!They come in two sizes: 1 3/16 inches and 15/16 of an inch in diameter.Some are specially heat treated to make the metal harder and stronger.Here is another look at the two sizes. The larger is great for holding several keys, while the smaller size can be great for making key chains.Speaking of key chains, if you add in a key tag tab, now connecting anything to your split ring just got easier.If you don’t know how to use a split ring, well I figured I give a demo of that as well. Depending on the thickness from the edge of the key to the hole, getting a key on can b ... Read More

These are Split Rings!

They come in two sizes: 1 3/16 inches and 15/16 of an inch in diameter.

Some are specially heat treated to make the metal harder and stronger.

Here is another look at the two sizes. The larger is great for holding several keys, while the smaller size can be great for making key chains.

Speaking of key chains, if you add in a key tag tab, now connecting anything to your split ring just got easier.

If you don’t know how to use a split ring, well I figured I give a demo of that as well. Depending on the thickness from the edge of the key to the hole, getting a key on can be difficult.

Taking things off, is the same process.

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