Promotional Drink Bottles
Buy quality drink bottles customised with your branding. With styles and options in all shapes and sizes, you can rest assured that you will find the perfect water bottle for you and your organisation to fit your budget and to look the way you want them to. Water bottles are very personal to many people as everyone cares about what and how clean water goes into our bodies.
Buy Bottles Branded With Your Logo
The prices displayed on our website include a one colour custom print. Prices do exclude GST though, and freight is at cost price. We brand on our bottles using screen spot prints, rotary print or laser engraving. The finished result will amaze you.
Australian Made Custom Bottles
In our range we stock a range of Australian and overseas made water bottles. If you were want to support local industries look for the range of bottles that are made from plastic, or ones that have made in Australia labelled on the product. If you have a spare moment, also check out our: Buying Guide Water Bottles
Digital Full Colour Wrap Prints and Spot Prints
We print your design directly onto these bottles in exquisite detail. All bottles can be spot printed in locations that measure 3x3cm total. However, we alternatively offer a gorgeous full-colour wrap finish the spans the entirety of the bottle body. Not all bottles can host a wrap print, so please enquire with our friendly sales team to confirm which will suit your design. Here are the standard types of bottles that can have a full colour wrap effect:
1) Drinkware made from Aluminium: Yes for popular styles
2) Drink ware made from Plastic: Yes for popular styles
3) Drink ware made from Polycarbonate (generally clear plastic): Spot Prints Only
All our water bottles that we carry are free from BPA with the exception of bottled water (most if not all bottled water available on retail shelves are not BPA free). If in doubt contact a friendly sales team member and we can introduce to you, through our range.
Plastic Metal & Polycarbonate Bottles
TThe main types of bottles that we carry are either made from PET plastic (polyethene terephthalate), Polycarbonate plastic, Aluminium or Stainless steel. Generally speaking, lower cost bottles are made from PET while premium bottles are made from Polycarbonate or Metal. The main difference between these bottles is as follows:
- PET Plastic or Polycarbonate Personalised Bottles
PET bottles tend to be soft and squeezable. The nature of PET makes them extremely durable and very flexible which makes them perfect to carry water. This plastic is also extremely light in weight too. A big advantage of bottles made from PET is that they tend to be lower in price and using food safe ink dyes we can colour the bottles with a huge range of different colours too.
A bottle made from Polycarbonate has a clear translucent body. There is no flexibility unlike PET with polycarbonate; however this type of plastic is extremely strong. So strong in fact, that they are used in bullet proof glass. An advantage is that they typically look amazing and are extremely appealing especially for adults. They tend to be more expensive and weigh a little more.
- Aluminium & Stainless Steel Bottle
Bottles made from metal tend to be premium bottles and come in a handful of different shapes. They are quite heavy but metal bottles do have an extra touch of class and feel almost luxuriously high end. They also have the advantage in that they can be laser engraved with your branding, as opposed to just merely brand.
Blue Red Yellow Green Bottles
If you have an event that requires a lot of colours, then regular PET bottles are the way to go for you. With our plastic bottles we stock a huge range of colours; more, in fact, than any other type of bottle. If you needed them in even more colours, then we can even have them custom made to your colour choice too for only a small fee and with smaller than usual quantities. When you make your enquiry let us know what colours you need for your event, it costs no extra to have your order delivered in a variety of colours (as long as a minimum of 50 units per colour is met).