DIY Super Safe Name Tags - 48 pcs.
Good price, so-so quality
I like the pull apart nylon rope for safety, but the velcro does come off, then we tie them and they are less safe. The price is good.
September 9, 2014
Excited to use these with the clever safety release!
School has not started yet, but I am excited to use these safety name tags this year. My 2nd graders last year were tough on name tags, but this looks and feels like a winner!
August 21, 2014
Good nametags for a family reunion
These are nice-looking and perfect for my purposes. I like that they lie flat and don't swivel.
May 22, 2014
These are really great for the younger children as the larger ones always get tangled. These will pull apart instead of tear.
April 11, 2014
Great for small children
We use these name tags for our pre school story time program. They are just the right size and have lasted us over two years of use. We are buying more for replacements and we just need more! Great buy!
February 14, 2014
I was very upset when I saw the package come and the plastic sleeves were not in there. Had I not read the enclosed note I would have never known. Not very happy with that.
November 12, 2013
I purchased this product to use at church for weekly children's activities and VBS. While the length of the lanyard is perfect, and I like the size of the plastic name tag holder, the Velcro that fastens it is not sewn to the strap well, and we have had to tie knots in many of them. The children can put them on over their head, but that negates the safety aspect of the Velcro, which is designed to release when pulled too hard. I would order this product again, but only if the Velcro is sewn or attached better.
September 13, 2013
Purchased these for a Girl Scout weekend camp. They were the only name badges that had "breakaway" lanyards. The girls had fun personalizing the card (we did shaving creme tie dye). But a lot of the Velcro on the ends of the lanyards came off. We ended up tying about half of them which took away the "breakaway" safety we wanted. Note: this happened on most of the younger girls - the older girls didn't seem to have that problem. So I would recommend this product only for kids in grades 5 & older. Younger kids seem to 'fool' or 'play' with it too much.
August 13, 2013