This is definetly a womans topic:
As a man who prays the rosary daily for many years, I can tell you that little to none of this rosary collectors rosaries would last 6 months in my pocket with the keys. The best or most durable rosaries I found were the corded wooden beads rosary, but they only last on about 9-12 months at best and run from $5-8 dollars or more. Recently discovered knotted twine rosaries, can be made off a $12 roll of nylon twine with only .60 cents of twine, beautiful,sturdy and easily replaced. Easy to make these.
My "truck rosary" is a twine and wooden bead rosary that my daughter brought me back from Nicaragua - locally made.
When I lose a bead, I just saw through the side of a small wooden bead with a jeweler's saw, slide it onto the twine, and seal the gap with a little rubber cement.
It looks a little bit odd with a few off-size beads here and there, but it's fairly tough.