Since we began our key chain connoisseuring we have both condemned and praised many key chains, and our reviews have either sunk or raised the companies we reviewed. That takes us to today. When Wholesale Keychains sent us their request to review their keychains we were excited for the opportunity. We also were able to put our other fall hobby into practice, amateur photography:
The set of New York key chains they sent us looked quite impressive, but looks can always be deceiving. So we at the RJG devised our 100-point inspection system for key chains. Here are just some of the tests we run:
The Washing Machine Test: Undoubtably, your keys and all connecting key chains will end up in the wash. How resilient are the key chains?
The Beer Opening Test: Some key chains have bottle openers. Do they work?
The Theif Prevention Test: Will your key chain deter theivery?
The Gangster Test: Would Derek Jeter use that key chain?
The Falling Down Vents Test: As the sole holder of your keys your key chains should protect against falling down vents, and crevices. Does yours?
The conclusion we came to is that these are very good key chains. They hold your keys, as advertised, and have New York team logos on them. What else do you need? Plus, as an added incentive for Yankee fans, the New York Yankees key chain naturaly displays alpha tendencies over other key chains:
Though we're not getting a cut of their profits...yet...we recommend Wholesale Keychains. Whether you're looking for MLB keychains, pepper spray keychains (high score on the theft detering test), and pretty much any keychain you could look for, try them out.