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£10.00 per colour per position
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About this Product
Custom printed RFID wristbands with integrated chips that can be used for a variety of purposes such as:
- An alternative to entry tickets to festivals, leisure centres and exhibitions
- Alternative VIP passes to restricted areas
- Crowd-management and tracking at busy venues or festivals
All of this and more! An innovative product for a variety of businesses going into the new normal.
Made from durable yet lightweight silicone and Pantone matched to your colour of choice for a truly corporate finish.
These contactless wristbands allow quick and easy entry or processing of data with minimal contact to the general public. Easily accessible from the wrist of any wearer thanks to the design. No longer will queues be held up by visitors searching for their pass or ticket in their bag.
Convenient and secure!
Manufactured with a 'passive' chipset that relies on the reader so you don't have to worry about internal batteries/power sources.
RFID reader not supplied as standard. Available at extra cost with prices varying depending on the intended use - please contact us for pricing on this.
They can also help businesses to gather important information or measure activity, for safety purposes as well as efficient planning of their next event!
Prices include a 1 colour personalisation in 1 position. Prices exclude VAT, origination and carriage.
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