Who invented key rings?
Key rings were invented in 1922 by a man called G Herluf Johnson, the actual ring part was invented by a juggler from Russia in the 1830's.
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about 1.50 pounds but you can get cheaper ones for 1.00
keyring were invented in 1922 by a man called G. Herluf Jhonson, the actual ring part by a juggler from Russia in 1830's.
A keychain or key chain is asmall chain , usually made from metal or plastic , that connects a small item to a keyring. Thelength of a keychain allows an item to be us…ed more easily than ifconnected directly to a keyring. Some keychains allow one or bothends the ability to rotate, keeping the keychain from becomingtwisted, while the item is being used. A keychain can also be aconnecting link between a keyring and the belt of an individual. It is usually employedby personnel whose job demands frequent use of keys, such as a security guard , prison officer, janitor , or retail store manager. The chain is often retractable,and therefore may be a nylon rope, instead of an actual metal chain. The chainensures that the keys remain attached to the individual using them,makes accidental loss less likely, and saves on wear and tear onthe pockets of the user.
yes cut it in half on one side then bend it to look like a hook
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a plain keyring marker pens you couler and decorate it
Keyrings were invented in the 19th century.
you invented the ring
Mick Jagger, Nelson Mandela, Hitler, Saddam Hussein, Osama Bin Laden etc...
To hold multiple keys.
It looks like Jim Ward invented circa 1975.
Photo key rings are commonly available in nearly all major department stores. They also can be easily found in gift shops worldwide. They are an extremely common item.
Coach key rings may be used for car keys, house keys, locker keys, storage shed keys, lock box keys, to clip your cell phone to, to clip your wallet to, or simply for decorati…on.
Very probably in ancient Egypt, 6,000 years ago. The oldestsurviving key to have been discovered by archaeologists was made ofwood and was found in the ruins of the Assyrian c…ity of Nineveh. Itwas used to lock a door in the palace of King Sargon who livedaround 2,300 BC, so over 4,000 years ago. "Theodore of Samos in the 6 th century BC." ~ Wikipedia The inventor of the key is unknown, as the device dates back to a time prior to historical records being kept. There is evidence that the Egyptians were using a type of key over 4000 years ago.