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Key-Bak Key Reel Tool Tether 48" Stainless Steel Cable Chrome Texture 487-HD

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Key-Bak Key Reel Tool Tether 48" Stainless Steel Cable Chrome Texture 487-HD image 1 Key-Bak Key Reel Tool Tether 48" Stainless Steel Cable Chrome Texture 487-HD image 2 Key-Bak Key Reel Tool Tether 48" Stainless Steel Cable Chrome Texture 487-HD image 3

Item details

Condition
New
MPN
487-HD
Brand
Key-Pak
Color
Chrome
Material
Stainless Steel
Features
48" Stainless Steel Cable
Country of Origin
USA
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Does not apply

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KEY-BAK #487-HD INDUSTRIAL RETRACTABLE REEL WITH MOUNTING BRACKET 0487-002

This heavy duty retractable reel was designed for use in industrial settings such as manufacturing and production. Never loose a chuck key or machine tool again. This reel has a mounting bracket making it easy to directly attach it to machinery or work benches. It can retract 8-10 oz. of force, which is about the weight of 15 keys. The stainless steel cable has been designed to retract in excess of 100,000 pulls. Can be attached to a wide range of tools, saving on re-tooling time and down time due to misplaced hardware.

The 3" metal mounting bracket attaches to any flat surface with two screws. The reel itself has a 2" diameter and a chrome front cover. This item also has a lifetime service policy from the manufacturer.

Strong 48-Inch stainless steel .048-Inch gauge cable

Light and compact steel case with chrome front has a diameter of 2-Inch and .375-Inch thick

Stainless steel spring for reliability in any environment, tested in excess of 100,000 retraction cycles

Designed and assembled in the USA by the company that invented the personal retractor in 1948