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Product Description

Whether it’s for water at your desk or while you’re at the gym, you can now get your hands on high quality promotional branded water bottles.

Branded water bottles are a great way of getting your brand message in front of your audience for extended periods of time. We live in a time where everyone is highly health conscious. This means your water bottles will not only be useful but also travel everywhere with your consumer, increasing your overall brand visibility!

You can choose one of two branding spots available on the water bottle. The first spot is approximately 35 x 50mm in size and is printed on the stainless steel band. The second prime spot is available down the length of the bottle and is approximately 15 x 40mm in size. Your brand can be printed in any one colour!

Printulu uses only the highest quality printing methods. We guarantee your brand will be left looking its best with our promotional bottles. The best part? Delivery is free anywhere in South Africa!

Design Guidelines

The ground rules of designing and printing water bottles are simple and similar to other advertising media. Be accurate, valuable and precise and include only key information, such as your business' unique selling points. Most importantly, make sure people know how to contact you.


Your water bottles should be designed to target your audience, and be eye-catching. Make sure they stand out and will not go unnoticed. For the best results, use professional design software such as Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, or Illustrator. Also, make sure that your saved artwork file adheres to all the items on our checklist. If you are uncomfortable using the respective design software, give our professional design services a try. This element is crucial, as a poor design can diminish the impact of your branded water bottles as well as your business and its reputation as a whole.

What Can I Expect?

Our Services


Our print business offers you a wide range of options to print your branded water bottles as you would like them to be. This includes a variety of colour options. In addition, Printulu only employs the best printing equipment (offset or digital printing), to ensure that your water bottles have the highest quality level. Our process is extremely easy in comparison to other printing companies. Choose your configuration and quantities online, add the product to your cart, check-out by paying online, and then simply upload your files. Your promotional water bottles will then be delivered to your doorstep – free of charge!


Materials


Tritan is a new-generation copolyester that offers unexpected advantages, including clarity, toughness, heat resistance, chemical resistance, dishwasher safe and is BPA free.

FAQs

Is the bottle BPA free?

Yes! The Tritan bottles are completely BPA free.


Do the lids screw off?

Yes! The bottles are supplied with screw-off lids for easy drinking.


Product History

Although vessels to bottle and transport water were part of the earliest human civilizations, bottling water began in the United Kingdom with the first water bottling at the Holy Well in 1621. The demand for bottled water was fueled in large part by the resurgence in spa-going and water therapy among Europeans and American colonists in the 17th and 18th centuries.

The first commercially distributed water in America was bottled and sold by Jackson's Spa in Boston in 1767. Early drinkers of bottled spa waters believed that the water at these mineral springs had therapeutic properties and that bathing in or drinking the water could help treat many common ailments.

In 1973, DuPont engineer Nathaniel Wyeth patented Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles, the first plastic bottle to withstand the pressure of carbonated liquids. Today, PET plastic has replaced glass as the preferred material for single-serving bottled water containers due to its light weight and resistance to breaking.

Read more about the history of water bottles here(Source)