Branded sports bottles have long been an integral promotional product, not only for sports club merchandise but for many industry sectors. Styles, sizes, and features are abundant when it comes to custom bottles. The classic and most popular is the Finger Grip, it is a basic but practical design with its unique grip feature. It offers a wide spectrum of stock colours, volume options, and a generous print area. The Finger Grip also offers a range of lids, including the spout option and the sports valve, sometimes known as the push/pull lid. Another contender within the promotional sports bottles range is the fold-up or roll-up design. It is a perfect choice for a relatively low cost and extremely portable product and ideal as branded giveaway for sports. Another welcomed choice for promotional water bottles is the built-in straw option, such as the H2o Vibe sports bottle. These like many others and due to their carefully constructed design, fall within the branded eco water bottles category. Their unique straw feature eliminates the need for additional drinking straw products, which means less goes into landfill, surely a good thing! Many printed bottles offer exceptional branding areas and a choice of print methods. The classic print option and most cost-effective is screen printing. However, full colour, digital, and transfer options are fast becoming sought after due to the excellent finish they offer and with no restrictions to what can be printed.
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