West Coast Corporation Adds Muscle to Their Popular KEY-BAK® Line with New Xtreme Duty Retractors

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West Coast Corporation adds muscle to their product line with the introduction of the new Xtreme Duty Super48 and Securit key retractors. Super48 and Securit are two of KEY-BAK’s most popular retractors. Every detail of these extreme duty retractable key holders were built for rugged use and hard work. Both feature extra durable polycarbonate case that is impact resistant, and a tough Kevlar® cord.

The Xtreme Duty Super48 features a patented locking mechanism that ensures keys, tools, and other items stay where they belong, always. Available with a versatile back clip that converts from a belt clip to belt loop for added security.

The Securit Xtreme Duty features a zinc alloy carabiner and nylon strap attachment that conveniently attaches to almost anything. Designed to keep everything from several keys to small tools secure and handy.

Both the Super48 and Securit Xtreme Duty retractors offer a 28” reach with 20 oz of retraction force…or holds up to 40 keys! Both products have been tested to over one million pulls and are guaranteed to outlast any other retractable key holders on the market. The new Xtreme Duty Super48 and Securit feature a Lifetime Service Policy, and offers quality, convenience, affordability and practicality. The new Xtreme Duty retractors are currently available for sale on the KEY-BAK® website, Amazon.com, and a variety of retailers nationwide.

 

About West Coast Corporation
Founded in 1948 West Coast Corporation is the manufacturer of the popular KEY-BAK® self-retracting key chain, which is known around the world by working people who use keys as part of their job. The T-REIGN® and Boomerang Tool Company® brands support outdoor and recreational use with retractable gear tethers and a full line of hunting and fishing tools and necessities. An employee-owned company by means of its ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Plan), West Coast Corporation serves customers worldwide from its headquarters in Southern California. To learn more please visit www.wcc-mfg.com.

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