Everyone loves seeing their name on their belongings. And this personalised initial and name water bottle is a must have accessory for children who attend school, nursery or anyone who plays sport.
Your chosen name will appear beneath the initial of the name. With its clear easy to read print you can have peace of mind that your child can identify their drink bottle with ease.
Available in a choice of print colours and the design will be printed on both sides of the bottle.
There is no maximum character restriction but please be aware that the longer the name the smaller the print will appear on the bottle. This design works best with Christian name only.
When you purchase your very own bespoke water bottle, it helps to ensure your child will bring home the correct bottle. Furthermore, it will hopefully encourage your child to drink only from their own personal bottle.
The classic timeless design of our personalised initial name water bottle makes it suitable for all ages. Make a thoughtful personalised gift for Birthdays, Christmas or for someone starting school life.
Suitable for use at school, home, in the office or whilst playing sport. Say goodbye to plastic water bottles which often leave a nasty after taste. A BPA free bottle will ensure that the drink stays fresh all day long.
Each bottle designed by Nameitlabels ® is individually hand printed using the latest print techniques to ensure our customers receive a high quality personalised product.
Bottles are made from aluminium, so you know the bottle you are buying will be strong and robust. Bottles are 600 ml and comes with 2 cap fittings.
Suitable for hand washing only.
* Individually hand printed
* 600ml capacity
* 20m high including cap
* made from aluminium
* BPA free
* scratch resistant
* pull out spout, fitted cap, stopper and clip for attaching
* no maximum characters
* accents are available
* suitable for hand washing remove all parts
* not suitable for hot or freezing liquids
* not suitable for microwave, dishwasher or freezer
* not suitable for children under 36 months choking hazard