PVC ID photo card holders ensure that you hang on to one of the most important essentials that you have. If you want to give a gift to someone who’s a bit of a scatter brain, you won’t go wrong with this. It shows that you have put both thought and effort into choosing it, you could even buy one with a special meaning to them that really shows it’s a personalised gift just for them.
ID lanyards Some business require you to carry custom ID cards - digital ID on a plastic badge. If this is the case, customised retractable lanyards could be the answer. You just have to attach your badge to the ID lanyards and wear it. For some businessmen, it may be more useful to be able to carry the ID cards with their business cards instead of their wallets. If this is the case for the recipient of your gift, buy a personalised expandable business card CSE. This type of case often has silver or other metal front cover, leather back cover and a soft inner compartment to protect the variety of cards that it can carry, which includes an ID card and credit cards as well as business cards. You can have the front of the case engraved or personalised with the person's name, job title or name of his company.
Giving a personalised wallet as a gift turns a functional item into a special item with meaning. A wallet with a clear window photo ID badge holder is excellent. This makes the ID cards easily accessible yet discreet. If you want to give a wallet that has even easier access to the ID card, get a wallet with a single fold with a clear plastic holder window for the Identification badges reels in the back.
If the recipient of your gift travels frequently, an ideal present is a personalised leather passport and currency wallet. Whilst similar, these wallets are slightly larger than standard wallets in order to fit the owner's passport. Opposite the passport is a clear window to hold the owner's ID card and additional sections to hold international cards or student discount cards and money. To make it much more special, why not have the recipient's initials included onto the front cover of the wallet?