ENAMELED WILSON CARBON - Originally designed by General Manufacturing Concern, a design partnership between Hunter Craighill and Dylan Fareed, WILSON is a simple and efficient stainless steel Keyring.
Slightly thinner wire than our brass version, due to the increased strength of the stainless steel base, this keyring has a secure closure and doesn't distort.
3 colors available to choose according to your taste or for practical reasons, for separate uses or between family members,...
The name WILSON comes from a town in Wyoming where Hunter and Dylan spent a lot of time growing up. It was a place (and time) marked by never having to lock the house when you left, and car keys were usually stashed above the visor.
CAUTION: Please choose and check the color option before placing your order.
USE & CARE
While the nitrocarburized coating is highly durable (often used to coat firearms), it may wear slowly with time, exposing the stainless steel below.
After sampling about 10 different black coatings, CRAIGHILL landed on Melonite, a coating that’s achieved by submerging stainless steel parts in a salt bath heated to 1049° Fahrenheit.