About Wrist Coils
Pretty much everything about wrist coils one could imagine.
Here comes the dry and boring…. Wrist coil Keychains are made from plastic extruded into spirals.
2″ outer diameter
1.5″ inner diameter
steel key ring included
Bulk Packed is a fancy name of saying tossed in a plastic bag. Sorry no bubble packing or full color wrist coils in action figure like packaging. Bulk packaging can be good if your embarrassed to buy 500 wrist coils to sort your collection of vintage beanie babies. We will never judge you :). Non-descript brown box with a ClassB logo or a great baggy is what you’ll see arrive at your doorstep.
You don’t call them wrist coils?
Wrist coils are also called: wrist keychain, wrist key holder, spiral wrist coil, coil keychain, wrist id holder, spiral wristband, coil wristband, coil key ring. One of the hardest part in marketing or sourcing wrist coils is the lack of standard name. ‘Spirally curly bracelets of joy’ is our preference 🙂
Who Uses Wrist Coil Keychains
Great for restaurants, retail, medical, IT and anywhere you need to keep a key at reach. Events, hotels, conventions all use wrist coils. Some of our largest customers integrate them in to giveaways.
Common Uses of Wrist Coil Keychains
Lets get the primary use for wrist coils out of the way: People wear them on their wrists to hold important keys Shocking but true! We have seen tags and other labeling ideas used to ID the key. You can also use them to identify teams – like top Gun carrier crew. IT has green, Customer Service yellow, Shipping Red, etc. You as the buyer have our blessing to be called Maverick or Goose. Speed is not a color we offer 🙂
Other Uses of Wrist Coils
We have sold wrist coils for over two decades. Most wrist coil uses are fro organizing things. Not always keys either. Some organizations will remove the key ring and use a spiral wristband in different colors to identify roles or people at an event. The key ring is sometimes kept on and a tag is added thats used like a pass.
We have sold wrist coils for over two decades. Most wrist coil uses are for organizing things. Not always keys either. Some organizations will remove the key ring and use a spiral wristband in different colors to identify roles or people at an event. The key ring is sometimes kept on and a ‘pass or ticket’ like tag is added.
Waterproof, durable, bright and colorful, these wristbands are capable of handling any type of work or outdoor conditions. Do you have a key fob that needs to be readily available? Do you work at a camp and don’t want to go fishing through your cargo shorts every time you need access to a restricted supply cabin? Do you need simple identifiers for volunteers? Well, wristcoils.com from ClassB has your back. All of these problems are easily solved with wrist coil keychains.
Wrist Coil Keychain use Scenarios
“We didn’t have funding this year for shirts for our Color War at summer camp and these wrist coils with attached keychains were the perfect solution! We passed out Red Blue Yellow and Green and the teams got to make emblems and lanyards to put on the keychains! It was perfect way to introduce the teams!” -You, after the best summer camp experience ever.
“We passed out wrist coils for the fair this year to all of our vendors and volunteers. They loved the idea and having the wristbands made them easily discernible in the large crowds! What a lifesaver!” -You, after receiving the Most Helpful Team Member award from the country fair committee.
“I work in a nursing home and when we welcome new residents into the building, we give them their room key and mail key on a colorful wristband. The attached keychain makes it super easy to place the keys on the wrist coil and we give residents different colors according to their room numbers for easy reference. Some customers have memory problems and lose things very easily and the wrist coils help them the most!” -You, honoring your elders.
“I work in a school for the blind and these wrist coils with attached key rings are fantastic for our students. The wristbands make it easy for them to access their ID cards whenever they might need them.” -You, caring for your community.
“My office has a lot of restricted access areas and I use colored wrist coils for all of my different keys. The blue wristband is for the building, red is for janitorial, green is for the chemical closet. They make organization hassle free!” -You, being a responsible working adult.
“I manage a local grocery store and I make sure to give all my employees wrist coils for their keys so they have access to the back of the store or registers/restricted areas as needed. Managers all have white wrist bands while employees have green. It makes everything so simple and easy!” -You, being an effective leader.
“I had a big event at a home baseball game last month and used the wrist coils as promotional handouts. The attached key rings were awesome because we were able to put keychains with our address and logo on there. Whenever someone got food or drink, they got a wrist coil! You guys rock!” -You, growing your business