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Personalized "Proud First Responder" Glittered Coke-Bottle-Shaped Water Bottle

$32.00
Color: Pink

This stylish glittery and sparkling water bottle is perfect for those who are or know our essential First Responders in the Health Field. The design features a cute heart- shaped stethoscope that reads ""Proud First Responder." On the opposite side, add personalization i.e. Suzanne Halton R.N.

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About the Bottle:

The reusable, eco-friendly water bottle with double-walled vacuum technology is BPA & phthalate free as well as non-toxic. The high-quality silicone ring ensures no leaks no matter how much you shake it, and the double-wall design helps prevent sweating.

Cold liquids stay cold for 24 hours without any condensation on the outside of the bottle and hot liquids stay hot for 12 hours.

  • The wide mouth of the bottle fits ice cubes. The 500ml, 18/8 stainless steel bottle also fits perfectly into standard cup holders.
  • Made of 18/8 stainless steel.
  • Color: Pink or Seafoam
  • Specifications: Capacity: 17 fl. oz. (500 ml), weight: 330g


Features:

Reusable and eco-conscious
Keeps drink hot or cold
Vacuum Flask Functionality
Ultra-durable
Lightweight and easily portable

Care and Use: Cleaning the stainless-steel water bottle is easy. Just fill it with warm, soapy water, close it with the cap, then give it a few good shakes. Empty the bottle and rinse it out with warm water. Rub the mouth of the bottle several times to get it clean. Place it on a dish rack to dry.

Our Printing Process:

We use the dye-sublimation technology.

Dye-sublimation printing is better than other printing technologies because it is longer lasting. When printing something with an ink-jet printer, for example, the image is literally painted onto the exterior of the target surface, one dot at a time.

It is important to note that dye sublimation printing is a much more thorough technique. Instead of laying down the ink on the surface like a painter with a brush, it literally infuses the material, thanks to the ink’s application as a gas, instead of a liquid. The result? An image that is more naturally woven into the material, and is less susceptible to becoming worn or deteriorated. A dye-sublimated, printed image and its vibrant colors will also be less likely to fade or crack.