Lanyards: What are they, the benefits of them & the types we sell.

Lanyards: What are they, the benefits of them & the types we sell.


Hi, I’m Nick, and today we’re going to
be looking at lanyards. Digital ID is the UK’s largest provider of
lanyards, in fact since 2015 our in-house team have designed and produced over 5.7 million
personalised lanyards and sold over 141,000 packs of plain and pre-printed lanyards. In this short video, I’m going to explain exactly
what a lanyard is, what they are also known as and the 3 types of lanyards you can
purchase from Digital ID. So, first of all what is a lanyard? It’s a cord or strap made of a durable material traditionally worn around the neck and usually carries an ID or access control card at the end of it. What is a lanyard also known as? It may come as some surprise but not everyone refers to lanyards as “lanyards”. Different organisations will refer
to them with different names so, to avoid confusion here’s a list of the ten most popular phrases that people use when they’re meaning lanyards. We offer three different types of lanyards. plain pre-printed and personalised Our range of plain lanyards are safe, secure, and comfortable they’re all made from 100% polyester material. And are available with either a metal lobster clip, or plastic J clip. They’re available in ten different colours. And they all have a safety breakaway. Pre-printed lanyards allow you to quickly identify staff, contractor and visitors within your business. The text is printed in bold right the way across the lanyard, so it can be clearly seen. It’s made from 100% polyester material,
and the drop down length is 45 cm so for most wearers, any identification card is usually around the navel. Personalised lanyards are custom made for the user. So we can print any design, incorporate any text, logo, or image. And we can match to Pantone references for no additional cost. So there we go, I hope you found this helpful. If you require any further information our in-depth lanyard guide can be found by scrolling down this page. Or if you prefer to have a chat with
myself or one of my colleagues, please do give us a call on [We actually did it!] I SAID PACKS AS WELL! I SAID ALL THE WORDS!

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