Keep your credentials clearly displayed with this durable ID lanyard Detachable, three millimeter-thick rope has safety breakaway Cardholder protects up to two access cards Clear vinyl pouch for additional ID cards is also included Includes limited 90-day manufacturer's warranty The BLACKHAWK! Credentials-Information-Access (C.I.A.) Lanyard is the perfect carrier for you CAC card or other electronic ID. Includes a patented two sided smart card holder. Cards slide in quickly, lock into place and can be easily removed. Features: 5mm lanyard with detachable 3mm rope end and safety breakaway, card holder protects up to 2 access cards and provides durable security with ease of use, and includes a clear vinyl pouch for additional ID needs. Keep your credentials clearly displayed with this durable ID lanyard. A detachable, three millimeter-thick rope has a safety breakaway, and the cardholder protects up to two access cards while providing durable security and easy of use. A clear vinyl pouch for additional ID cards is also included. Warranty This BLACKHAWK! product includes a limited 90-day manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. About BLACKHAWK! BLACKHAWK! was founded in 1993 by former Navy SEAL Mike Noell. His US Navy experience provided him the inspiration for the gear BLACKHAWK! now manufactures. While operating inside Northern Iraq, he had to haul a great deal of gear by foot in an enemy minefield. His pack failed, dumping his gear onto the mine-ridden ground. "If I get out of this alive, I'll make this stuff the way it needs to be built, so none of my buddies have to go through this," he remarked to a fellow operator. Upon entering the private sector, that's just what he did, making gear and packs in a garage, and growing ever since. As a member of the SEALs, Mike served his country with distinction. While still at Basic Underwater Demolition School/SEAL Training (BUD/S), he was presented with the "Honor Man" award, given to the class's top achiever in academics and physical field performance overall. He was also given the "Fire in the Gut" award, an honor for exemplary effort voted by his teammates, the first time in history that both awards when to the same sailor. Many of those former classmates now use his gear in operations around the globe.