Review of Marrywindix 10 Pack Outdoor Plastic Coil Wrist Band Key Ring


I’ve got a quick review for you today of something that might be really useful for lots of people out there, they’re key chains. We all have keys and I’m sure you’ve seen the stretchy coil style key chains that go on your wrist and that’s what I have today, ten of them actually in assorted colors. Read on to learn more..

Product Name and Info:

Marrywindix 10 Pack Outdoor Plastic Coil Wrist Band Key Ring Chain Random Ship

Material: Plastic
Color: random
Quantity: 10pcs
With 1″ diameter nickel plated steel split ring

These colorful spiral coil wrist key ring made from high quality durable plastic. soft and flexible that fits any size wrists.With bright colors that easily attract eyes.Great for Sauna, Shopping mall, Home, Office and any other outdoor activities places.

Price:$5.99 (from Amazon at time of review)

The Review:

The key chains come packaged in a heavy duty zip style bag, which is fine as they’re not breakable.


You’ll get a random assortment of colors of their choosing, so what you get will be different than what I got most likely.


There are ten coil wrist bands and they include ten metal key rings to go with them.


The coils are elastic and they seem made well enough, what you’d expect I guess. From my experience these are all pretty much the same really.

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To use them you’ll need to attach the key rings, just fit them onto the coils and that’s it, very simple to do.

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When you first put them on, at least for me as an adult, they’re very tight and they feel like they’re made for children, but they do stretch out and become looser as time goes on. When you stretch them out they will go back to their original size making them seem tight, but if you stretch them all the way out and hold them for about 30 seconds that way they won’t shrink all the way back to the original size so they’ won’t be as tight on your wrist. 


As is they’re very tight for adults yes but you can easily fix this by stretching and holding them and they loosen up, but not enough to be too loose as to fall off, they’re still more than tight enough to stay on your wrist but not uncomfortably tight as they are originally when taken out of the package.

For kids they’re perfect out of the package.

All in all they’re not bad and they’re very inexpensive at about 60 cents each as of this writing.



+Seem made well enough and inexpensive

+Numerous colors


-A bit small at first

Disclosure: This product was given to me for review by the company for review purposes only, and is not considered by us as payment for the review; we do not, never have, and never will, accept payment from companies to review their products.