Cosmos ® 30 pcs Black Long Neck Strap Band Lanyard (36 inch full round length)For Camera Cell phone ipod mp3 mp4 PSP Wiimote ID card badge and other Electronic Devices + Cosmos cable tie

June 17, 2017 - Comment

100 % Brand New & Sold by anyaone Product Features Pack of 30. All in black Comfortable and soft to wear Durable lanyard/strap/string to carry USB Flash Thumb Drive, Keychain, ID Badge Holder, Name tag, MP3 player, and other portable items Easy to attach and detach for item with lanyard port/hole

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(as of October 23, 2017 7:54 pm CEST - Details)

100 % Brand New & Sold by anyaone

Product Features

  • Pack of 30. All in black
  • Comfortable and soft to wear
  • Durable lanyard/strap/string to carry USB Flash Thumb Drive, Keychain, ID Badge Holder, Name tag, MP3 player, and other portable items
  • Easy to attach and detach for item with lanyard port/hole

Comments

Zorro says:

Great product at a reasonable price! These are nice and can be used for a number of purposes, besides the obvious purpose of carrying a USB thumb drive. For instance, my wife laid claim on one to use to carry some keys around her neck. You can use them for your ID badge for work and so forth. I even sent two (one for a spare) to my son to use as a neck strap for his new camera. With a neck strap like this he will have added security for his camera, something he did NOT have when his last camera was knocked out of his hand,…

Ray_TN says:

Decent lanyards for flash drives, ID cards, and other small items The lanyards have a snap-together fastener identical to all the others I have used, and are interchangeable with the ones I have already. The strap length is OK, but could be a bit longer if you want to swipe an ID card or insert a flash drive without removing it from your neck. The strap is a thin flat material. Seems OK except that it tends to catch in the zipper of my computer case — a round cord might be better for my application. Otherwise OK.

Mr. Natural says:

Everybody needs these! For your flip-phone, your camera, your monocular, your small flashlight, and more … THIS is the way to carry ’em! I’ve had my phone on one of these for 12 years and have never dropped it or lost it. On bike rides I’ll carry the phone, a camera, and a monocular … each on it’s own lanyard. If you’ve an old flip-phone, you can answer a call while driving by just opening it, hitting the “speaker” button, closing it, and dropping it … and you’re free to talk while it rests against…

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