ID Stronghold

36 " 3/8 inch wide lanyard with wide clip

$1.99 + FREE Shipping
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  • ID Stronghold Lanyard 36 " 3/8 inch wide lanyard with wide clip

ID Stronghold

36 " 3/8 inch wide lanyard with wide clip

$1.99 + FREE Shipping
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SKU: IDSH1008-Grn


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36 inch ( 914mm ) long lanyard. 3/8" inch( 10mm ) wide polyester flat braided material. Has safety break away and a wide no twist flat hook. Perfect for use with our Secure Badgeholders®.

Available in 9 colors: Black, Navy Blue, Green, Red, Yellow, Pink, Orange, White, and Purple.


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Why Testing Our Secure Wallets™ with Your Access Card Is Not a Good Test.

Several customers have reached out to us saying that they have tested their new Secure Wallet with their work access card and the wallet fails to protect the card. Then they become concerned that their new wallet is not performing as it should.

There are many frequencies of RFID. Our Secure Wallets are designed to protect 13.56MHz and above frequencies which is where credit cards, driver's licenses, passport cards, etc. operate. There is still a large number of building access cards that utilize 125Khz.

Our wallets are not designed to protect work access cards in the 125KHz range. It is a much lower frequency. Think of this like being able to hear the loud bass notes coming from a car that has their radio turned way up.

Our Secure Badgeholder® BloxProx™ items, however, are designed specifically to protect your 125Khz HID access cards. Although there are some other brands of 125Khz cards that cannot be protected.

Rest assured, your Secure Wallet is providing the protection your credit cards, driver's licenses, passport cards require as it is supposed to.

If you would like protection for your 125KHz access card, here is the link for the BloxProx products:


This product can expose you to chemicals including nickel which is known in the state of California to cause cancer. For more information visit