The Wilson Keyring is a simple brass spring. General Manufacturing added three enamel colors to provide some character and a very minimal identification system. Formed from a single piece of 1/8th inch brass wire, each keyring measures roughly 2″ × 1.125″ and can accommodate more keys than you likely will ever own.
This design materialized out of a side project in wireforming; the inspiration came from a system oh of their friend Chuck was using to store brass lock rings in his workshop. General Manufacturing honed in on the right design and finish within a few rounds of prototyping, and worked with a jewelry finisher in Yonkers to complete the enameling. The Wilson Keyring performs its job admirably, keeping keys in a tight cluster without any unnecessary bulk or flair.