Minimum Order Quantity
£45.00 per colour/engraved design per position
10-15 working days from proof approval
About this Product
A contactless hygiene tool could be the 'key' to helping you maintain good hygiene practices wherever you are. They can help you to avoid touching potentially contaminated surfaces while on the go, from opening doors, pushing buttons, paying for your shopping, using shared surfaces like checkouts, lifts or ATMs and more!
This zero contact keychain tool offers a non-contact way to carry out countless daily activities.
Manufactured from brass (62% copper and 38% zinc) for greater hygiene benefits than a lot of other materials. As most people are aware, brass features unique antimicrobial surface properties so up to 99% of all bacteria will struggle to survive on this metal.
Take this custom branded hygiene keyring anywhere with you, so that you can avoid touching public surfaces wherever necessary.
Why not offer as part of a back to work or back to school pack? Or even send as a practical promotional gift for direct mail campaigns. Their slimline design makes them perfect for just popping in the post.
Can also be engraved with the individual names of your staff, students or customers at extra cost - please enquire.
Please note: use of alcoholic hand sanitiser may degrade print. If using in conjunction with alcoholic hand sanitiser, please select the engraving option.
Prices include a colour/engraved personalisation in 1 position. Prices exclude VAT, origination and carriage.
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