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2138-8006 Red SlimReel™ System Lanyard/Badge Reel
The SlimReel™ System is an innovative card-carrying accessory that offers three solutions in one: a standalone badge reel, a standalone lanyard or a lanyard/badge reel combination!
This key to this product is a set of convenient plastic snaps that allow it to be worn as the users sees fit: wear it as a single piece, or undo the snaps to separate the lanyard from the badge reel for have two different options.
The lanyard is 3/8″ wide and features a safety breakaway. The badge reel portion uses a new, sleek design, giving the reel a modern look. It’s about half the thickness of a standard badge reel!
Both the lanyard and the badge reel can be customized as well. The lanyard can have a silkscreen, dye-sublimated or woven-in imprint, while the badge reel can be pad printed or customized with a dome or flat label.
This product is available in black, red, royal blue and white.
Printed 3/4″ Rainbow Lanyard
This pre-printed lanyard is perfect for those seeking a fun, colorful solution without the desire to purchase custom lanyards.
Made of our soft, silky material, this 3/4″ lanyard features a dye-sublimated rainbow pattern guaranteed to stand out. Each lanyard features a white breakaway and a sewn-on swivel hook end fitting for easy card carrying.
The minimum order quantity is 100 pieces.
Special Warning for Breakaway Lanyards
Breakaway performance will vary and lanyards will not break away under all conditions. The male/female part pull force specification for round breakaways is 3-11 lbs under tested conditions per M-3-QA-0167. The male/female part pull force specification for flat breakaways is 4-10 lbs under test conditions per M-3-QA-0167.
A full description of the M-3-QA-0167 test procedure can be provided upon request. Not recommend for use around moving objects or playgrounds.
A rainbow is a meteorological phenomenon that is caused by reflection, refraction and dispersion of light in water droplets resulting in a spectrum of light appearing in the sky. It takes the form of a multicoloured circular arc. Rainbows caused by sunlight always appear in the section of sky directly opposite the Sun.