When it comes to choosing the best material for your custom lanyard project, there are many options available. One of the most popular choices is polyester, but did you know that there is a difference between standard polyester and rPET polyester?
In this blog post, we’ll explore the differences between these two fabrics and explain why recycled polyester (rPET) is becoming increasingly popular with both consumers and businesses.Continue reading Standard Polyester and rPET (Recycled) Polyester – What’s the Difference?
We’re giving away a Hotel Chocolat Velvetiser to one lucky winner! Our Two Runners up will receive a Hotel Chocolat Large Chocolate Hamper each. Enter for free today!
Previous customers of The Lanyard Shop can receive additional entries by providing their order number!
This competition is running from 01/03/2022 to 01/04/2022. Enter Below!
With February being LGBT History Month, at The Lanyard Shop, we want to show everybody that you can support your LGBTQ+ brothers, sisters, and non-binaries with our rainbow lanyards and trans lanyards. As it’s time to reflect on the milestones of the people and groups that came before us, it’s easy to forget that so much of LGBT history has been erased for an entire generation. Here are some interesting facts about LGBT history and LGBTQ+ that you probably didn’t know about.
What is a Lanyard? What is a Lanyard Used For? If you’ve come here for a Dictionary Definition of a lanyard meaning, you’re in the wrong place! Here’s a link for it just in case you’re interested (or bored). Instead, we’ll explain what a lanyard is, some lanyard features, what a lanyard is used for and the different types of lanyards available to purchase from our website.
What is a Lanyard Used For?
They are designed to hold and display your ID or access control card. A lanyard is a strap, usually made from polyester or rPET (recycled plastic) material. There are different ways to wear a lanyard, but they are usually worn around the neck.Continue reading What Is a Lanyard and What Is It Used For?
2020 Christmas Hours
Our offices will be closed on Thursday 24th December 2020 at 12PM. We’ll be doing our best to answer as many of your emails as we can in the morning.
We’ll be back open for business as usual on Monday 4th January 2021 at 9AM on the dot!
Last Posting Dates
Our Last Posting Dates to receive your items before Christmas are in-line with the dates published by Royal Mail.
Continue reading Christmas Hours & Last Posting Dates
No – we’re not using Drones (yet!) but it probably got your attention!