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Only 0 pieces in stock! The official Cloud9 Lanyard in black or white. Includes badge reel, key ring and removable bulldog clip. Printed on both sides. Can be used to hold your keys, ID cards, or badges. The Cloud9 Store is the only source for Official Cloud9 gear.
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Finishing options add functionality to your lanyard: ID cards, keys, and cell phones can be worn on the lanyard around the neck, or all of the attachments can be easily removed from the lanyard with a simple clip, like the style shown above.
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Welch of the Royal Artillery UK wearing a ceremonial lanyard sense 2 on his left shoulder. n 2 In the 19th century, an artillery soldier would use a lanyard to hold a key for inserting, adjusting, and removing the fuzes of artillery shells.

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