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Bone Black Lanyard with ID Holder, Lanyard RFID Blocking Badge H

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Product Description

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Dual anti-interference badge holder keeps your cards safe

Bone Lanyard RFID Blocking Badge Holder is the upgraded edition of our badge holder series. It’s versatile and practical a must-have for anyone who needs to carry ID at all times and handy to have around your neck. Simply place your cards with safety and ready to go!

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Product Comparison

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RFID Blocking Badge Holder

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Feature

1 front ID window and backside card holder (RFID card included)

Feature

1 front ID window, 4 card slots, and one side zipper pocket

Feature

1 card holder

Material

Silicone

Material

PU Leather / Silicone

Material

Silicone

Color

Black / Pink / Brown

Color

Black / Sand Black / White / Sand White / Green / Blue / Red

Color

Black / White / Green / Blue / Red

Does this have a locking feature? Or is it retractable?

The locking feature designed by patented quick release buckle, easy to attach and detach the badge holder in seconds.

How many cards can be put in?

Front side can hold one ID card and backside for 5 name cards or 2 plastic cards.

Can a work ID card be easily scanned without being taken out?

There is no need to take out the card when passing through the induction gate. RFID card can isolate two-sided card induction without interference.

Is it possible to put the coins or key in this badge holder?

We also provide Lanyard Wallet designed for multi-purpose, providing flexible storage for your ID card, name badge, credit card, change, coins, receipt, keys and other small accessories.

What does the packaging includes?

1 x Neck Lanyard (50cm) with cord lock to adjust the length

1 x RFID card

1 x Badge Holder"

Bone Black Lanyard with ID Holder, Lanyard RFID Blocking Badge H

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