A lanyard is the string worn around the neck to hold keys. It can also hold USB devices, identification, a whistle, a tool or knife, a pen or anything else that has a loop or clip through which a lanyard can be fastened.
Lanyards are usually made of a cloth that can lay flat against the chest and neck and have a metal fastener at one end. Those that hold keys typically have a thin clip that can be threaded through a key chain or a hole in the key itself, and they may slide over the head or have a fastener that latches behind the neck.Learn More
G-15 XLT lenses are used on Ray-Ban sunglasses and are rated to block 85 percent of light going through them. These lenses are green in color and block 100 percent of ultraviolet light from the sun.Full Answer >
According to Eyeglass Guide, Transitions lenses work because they contain certain photochromic dyes that react when they are exposed to the ultraviolet rays in sunlight, causing the eyeglass lenses to activate, or become darker. When the UV light diminishes, the photochromic dyes again react and cause the tint in the lenses to become lighter. As light levels change during the day, the tint in the lenses continues to adjust.Full Answer >
The four-in-hand knot is primarily used to tie neckties, producing a narrow, asymmetrical knot that is suitable for all body types, but is especially flattering on men with shorter necks. After arranging the necktie around the neck, cross the wide end over and under the narrow end twice, and then pull the wide end down through the knot.Full Answer >
To authenticate a Fendi serial number, one should look at a bag's certificate of authenticity. If the number on the bag and the one on the certificate match, that is a sign of authenticity. Alternatively, one can use Fendi's online store locator tool to find a Fendi store and take the bag there, where a Fendi sales representative may be able to determine whether the serial number is authentic.Full Answer >