Heat Reveal Photo Mugs
Product Code: 193129
Product Colours Available
Minimum Order Quantity
£45.00 per full colour design
5 working days from proof approval
About this Product
Our Heat Reveal Photo Mugs are promotional mugs with an exciting and unique twist!
Each branded mug is printed with your full-colour photographic image but is complete with a specially formulated heat sensitive thermochromic coating. The result? When filled with hot water, the black coating on the mug recedes to reveal your custom design!
A practical everyday essential item with that extra wow-factor! As the mug cools, the heat-sensitive coating is restored to its original colour.
Ideal for a wide range of campaigns and target audiences, these promotional mugs will place your brand in offices and homes across the UK. From giveaways to event attendees to corporate gifts to your clients, direct mail-out campaigns to stocking up the office kitchen cupboards; after all, who doesn't reach for a caffeine-fuelled drink at least once a day?
These unique promotional mugs offer a highly useful item that your customers and colleagues will be reaching for in their day-to-day lives whilst continued advertising for your brand. Great, right?
- The main image is a representation of the mug half full of hot water
- Large blocks of light colours may make your logo visible through the black thermochromic coating
- Hand wash only
Prices include a full colour personalisation in 1 position. Prices exclude VAT, origination and carriage.
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