Product Code: 204601
Product Colours Available
Minimum Order Quantity
£28.00 per colour per position,
£40.00 per full colour design per position
48 hour express dispatch from proof approval (1 colour max.),
5 working days from proof approval (full colour),
10 working days from proof approval
Potential order delays
About this Product
Our best-selling promotional Trio Highlighter pen features three colours in one triangular-shaped marker. With three tips (in neon yellow, pink and green), this is the perfect pen to help with studying, note organisation, document marking and more.
An excellent low-cost promotional item, this novel-yet-practical branded giveaway can suit even the smallest of marketing budgets! Ink shelf-life is around three months.
Print with your company logo or campaign message in up to full colour to keep your brand on prime display with every use.
For those tighter deadlines, you can even take advantage of our 48-hour dispatch service!
Please note: 48-hour dispatch lead time is based upon a one-colour print order of up to 5,000 units. Order and useable artwork received no later than 11am two days prior to requested dispatch date: ie order/artwork by 11am Monday, visual proof approved within one hour on Monday, dispatched Wednesday and delivered Thursday. The five-working-days lead-time is based on a full-colour print and up to 5,000 units; higher units may add extra production time.
Prices include a colour personalisation as stated in 1 position. Prices exclude Origination, carriage and VAT.
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