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HygiCard Antimicrobial Card Tool helps you minimize what you have to touch

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Public. It’s full of germs and bacteria, and there are so many things we have to touch. But the HygiCard Antimicrobial Card Tool can eliminate all of those touchpoints. This EDC brass card allows you to open doors, use it as a stylus, and touch fewer surfaces. Your HygiCard is smaller than a credit card, so it fits in your wallet. Or you can attach it to your keychain to eliminate having to get your wallet out. This brass card features everything you’ll need: a push zone, a pull hook, a touch stylus, a keyring hole, and a bottle opener. And even though it may sound like it would be heavy, the HygiCard is lightweight. Plus, it’s easy to clean, eco-friendly, and durable. Finally, it’s really cool that you can personalize it with your name or your company’s logo. You won’t want to leave the house without one.

Editor's Quote
" This EDC card is definitely something you're going to want to have in your wallet. "
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Genevieve Healey
Show Product Specs
Push, Pull, Press, Stylus
2.1" x 3.3"
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