LEGO Lanyards

LEGO Lanyard

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LEGO Lanyard Gifts

Show everyone that your a huge LEGO fan by wearing the official LEGO lanyard. Designed to keep an ID card on these really have a number of other uses too. The lanyard is a bright yellow brick design with the LEGO logo on.

These lanyards are great fun and ideal for anyone aged 6+ so even if your 60 you can still use this. Hang around your neck and you can fasten anything from ID cards to cameras, pens or keys to this. The clip is made of strong metal so the LEGO lanyard has the ability to carry even the most heavy items. You may think about giving one of these to your child if you go to a busy place so you can attach a name and phone number just in case they get lost in the crowds.

The LEGO lanyard has been made from special strengthened material which means it's very strong. This item is also really very fun especially if your a LEGO lover. You will find that the cost of the LEGO lanyard is very small and you would be lucky to find any plain lanyard for this cost so being able to buy a fun and well made LEGO lanyard for such a small price is very good.

BRICKGO Webmaster Comments

The LEGO lanyard is another fun gift idea. The fun and bright LEGO lanyard above comes with a strong metal clip to hang an ID badge from.

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