Magnetic Name Tags for the Workplace and More

Magnetic Name Tags for the Workplace and More-Bunting-BuyMagnets

If you were an employee working in a retail environment, would you look forward to wearing a hole in your shirt and stabbing your fingers every day? If you were a socialite attending a charity ball, would you want to place a cheap sticker on your expensive eveningwear? Perhaps you’d like to incorporate some military traditions into your lifestyle by embroidering your name into each of your work polo shirts—or perhaps the thought of spending money on alterations isn’t very appealing to you. All of these traditional name tag “solutions” have long been associated with a low level of convenience and a high likelihood of damaging your clothing. Fortunately, offers magnetic name tags as a sleek, modern solution.

Name tags, as mentioned in some of the examples above, are worn in a wide variety of scenarios. Employees in fast food restaurants and retail settings are most commonly associated with wearing name tags, but they are also worn by educational staff, bank employees, hotel staff, and venue staff at convention centers. Name tags aren’t limited to work settings, either. They are a must for convention attendees, networking events, and even high-society gatherings such as the Royal Ascot! In addition to requiring fine attire and hats for all ladies and gentlemen in attendance, guests at the Royal Ascot are also required to wear a name tag. Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, and her husband, Prince William, were both spotted wearing name tags at the 2017 Royal Ascot event. At an event that’s as much of a fashion show as it is a horse race, we hope guests were offered magnetic name tags in order to preserve their fine attire!

Magnetic name tags offer many benefits that traditional pin-style and sticker-style name tags do not.

Magnetic name tags are much easier to adjust, whereas pin-style name tags require you poke a new hole in your shirt and sticker-style name tags are impossible to straighten out if your initial placement is crooked. Most desirably, name tag magnets prevent your clothing from the inevitable damages that pin-style name tags cause by poking holes in your garment. Sticker-style name tags are not guaranteed to cause damage in the same way, but they can often leave behind unpleasant sticky residue once removed. In some situations, they may also struggle to adhere on certain types of fabrics.

While these name tags are a highly desirable option for the majority of the population, we must warn individuals with pacemakers and other medical implants to avoid magnetic name tags. The magnet can disrupt the pacemaker or other medical device, leading to health problems. If you do not have a medical implant such as a pacemaker, though, magnetic name tags are perfectly safe to use.

Magnetic name tags from are an economical, convenient, and damage-free solution. Compared to traditional pin-style and sticker-style name tags, they allow you to avoid damaging your clothing while maintaining simplicity and ease of use.

To learn more about the magnetic name tags offers, contact us today!