What are your options for promotional metal pin badges with your logo?
Promotional pin badges have long been a sought-after branded merchandise item, with custom enamel badges being the most popular of all. They are simple but effective company merchandise, applicable to all industries. They also make superb custom merchandise for charities, the education sector, membership clubs and retail. When deciding on promotional badges, there are many options for consideration, tailored to your unique design, theme and purpose. The classic and most sought after are soft enamelled custom pin badges. These make perfect branded merchandise for charities due to their low cost, mass appeal and collectability. These promotional metal pin badges offer a bespoke tooled design with a soft coloured enamel - recessed into the die struck mold. The premium alternatives of the same style are hard enamel promotional badges. You can view these metal badges online, Soft Enamel Badges and Hard Enamel Badges. Other popular custom pin badges have full-colour epoxy domes. Just like custom enamel pins uk, they are a metal badge cut to your desired shape - it then has an epoxy dome applied. These are popular badges for promotional merchandise. They are affordable, lightweight and are ideal for multicoloured and intricate artwork. The dome effect also creates an appealing finish, ideal for company merchandise. It gives a higher perceived value product, perfect for client gifting, employee rewards and re-packaged for retail, commonly attached to a backing card - a favourite choice for charity merchandise.
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