Screen printing is the most cost-effective option to create custom lanyards.
Firstly, a lanyard, available in 4 widths – 10mm, 15mm, 20mm and 25mm – is Pantone matched to your chosen colour. Your custom design, such as your logo, is then screen printed onto the material using either 1, 2, 3 or 4 (full) colours, depending on the design required.
Screen printing works well for block text and logos. It is possible to print on just one or both sides.
Dye sublimation gives a premium finish with a full-colour, two-sided print onto smooth polyester fabric.
They are available in widths of 10mm, 15mm or 20mm, and this process is ideal for detailed or intricate designs.
The majority of our lanyards are made from durable polyester material that ensures woven lanyards are long-lasting and comfortable for the wearer.
Some of our woven lanyards offer eco-friendly options with RPET material. These are made from recycled plastic bottles, with the same high-quality finish as other material types.
Our bamboo material is very soft and pleasant to feel, yet it is strong and durable just like our other materials.
The yo-yo badge reel design ensures that ID cards, fobs, or keys attached your lanyard can be kept visible and close to hand, but easily accessed when needed. These badge reels can be customised with a personalised epoxy dome if required.
The metal dog clip is very strong and is easy to join to your ID badge without any risk of detachment. These are primarily used for attaching a badge reel or ID badges.
Trigger clips are a popular choice for conferences, festivals and events as the user can easily remove ID badge holders, passes or cards using the clip.
Plastic dog clips have the same functionality as metal dog clips but are seen as a safer option for the user, especially within the education sector. Plastic dog clips allow you to securely attach a cardholder or ID badges.
The metal lobster clip is primarily used for attaching a card holder containing ID badges and access control cards or other items such as a mobile phone or set of keys.
The majority come fitted with a health and safety breakaway, meaning that if the neck strap is pulled or it gets caught in machinery, it will break apart. The design of the breakaway means the neck strap can quickly and easily be reattached so it can be worn again.