Dye Sublimated lanyards are our ultimate, top of the line product and should be your first choice if you are looking for a truly unique and exciting design with no limits. Our process allows us to print absolutely anything such as full colour photographic recreation, gradients and vibrant background designs. High quality graphics using a dye sublimation process on a soft premium grade woven polyester – Add to this any combination of clips and fittings and you have yourself a real winner.
If you need a truly awesome looking lanyard then dye sublimation is the right choice for you. Full colour gradients and photo images are beautifully reproduced onto the material length, which features a rich silky finish and will definitely not disappoint.
How to Get Perfect Dye Sublimated Lanyards
Ensure you tell us everything you could possibly want placed onto the lanyard length. There is no limit to your design, colours, gradients, photographic images, Our graphic gurus will get to work creating a logo preview of the lanyard before production. Submit your logo or design files in .AI .EPS or .PDF to ensure high quality print.
Why Choose Dye Sublimated Lanyards?
Obviously, textures and gradients and nuances of colours can make a world of difference even in a lanyard. Choosing dye sublimated lanyards will give you the opportunity to enjoy benefits such as:
• A complete match to your corporate colours.
• The ability to create unique and exciting designs.
• Recreation of a photograph or any other image with complete fidelity on to a lanyard.
• The ability to play with shades of colour so that you get perfect results.
How to Order?
Just drop us an email or complete our quote request form and we will quickly respond with a detailed quote. Many people think dye sublimation lanyards are expensive because of the great finish and designs people can have, this is not always the case on certain quantities it is actually cheaper to choose dye sub. So contact us for further information and we will be only too happy to help!
Minimum: 100 pieces