The Good: Durable construction, bold colors, inside odorless and tasteless, high-retention item
The Bad: Single side imprint available only, not priced for mass distribution or shaped for bulk mailing
The Bottom Line: The customized Slim Polly (20 oz.) is great for long campaigns and general brand awareness.
Design (8.5/10): (top)
Polycarbonate bottles are swiftly outstripping ordinary plastic water bottles in the competitive customized product market. Not only will these incredible items not add that plastic taste or smell to your beverage, but they are also virtually indestructible! When smacked hard on a sharp desk corner, some marks appeared but there were no visible cracks or tears and no leaks even when filled to capacity. When filled, turned upside down and shaken, not a single drop made its way out of the tough custom Slim Polly. The sleek design also makes this great product easy to hold for the younger crowd.
Features (8/10): (top)
Available in orange, red, blue, green and graphite with matching lids, these translucent personalized Slim Pollys will fit many different types of companies, organizations and sports teams. Appealing to all ages, the bright colors will attract attention to your bold logo. The lid has indentations along the circumference so even sweaty hands can easily get a grip to unscrew this item.
Price (8/10): (top)
While over three dollars per bottle can start to get a little pricey, the wide appeal and long life of the product is well worth the initial investment. Durable through several seasons of baseball or summers of music festivals, your brand awareness will soar.
Placed at the less expensive end of the polycarbonate water bottle spectrum, the Slim Polly (20 oz.) provides a great way for all types of companies to increase brand awareness. This fantastic item also makes a good giveaway for team members and their parents, whether it’s a sports, academic or personal interest organization. Durable and versatile, customized products don’t get much better than the personalized Slim Polly (20 oz.).
Published by Jana Tropper
Date of Publication: Aug. 30, 2007
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