Tarn Straw Sports Bottles
Product Code: 225468
Product Colours Available
Trim Colours: Amber, Black, Cyan, Green, Grey, Pink, Purple, Royal Blue, Red, White, Yellow
Minimum Order Quantity
£30.00 per colour per position,
£50.00 per full colour design per position
5 working days from proof approval (spot colour),
10 working days from proof approval (full colour)
Potential order delays
About this Product
Our promotional Tarn Straw Water Bottles combine smart design with endless marketing potential. Available in your choice of different coloured accents, the bottle makes a great fit for health and lifestyle brands, as well as campaigns themed around fitness and wellbeing.
These printed drink bottles also make great giveaway items for gyms and sports centres to hand out to members and clients; with your artwork clearly printed on the side of the bottle, it offers exposure for your business every time it’s used.
- Designed with a built-in fold-away straw and colour coordinated band
- Single-walled design with a body made from durable and lightweight PET plastic
- PP plastic Lid, AS plastic sipper and PE plastic straw
- 750ml capacity
- Clear water bottle with white lid and a choice of coloured accents
- BPA & PVC free
- A coloured version and original transparent black version are also both available
Other Important Information:
- These bottles are not dishwasher safe and are recommended for cold drinks only.
- Prices include personalisation in one position. Prices exclude Origination, carriage and VAT.
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