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promotional products for everyone
Promotional items make great giveaways, fantastic corporate gifts and rewards. They give your brand a platform from which to shine and make sure you’re remembered. If you want to make more of your marketing budget, raise brand awareness, reward loyal customers, promote a new product or service, or simply make a brand “splash” at an event, you’ll find something within our promotional merchandise range that fits the bill.
From popular pens to branded balloons, mouth-watering foodstuffs to colourful mugs, nifty notepads to clever electronics, the JUSTSO team will be your promo products sat nav. Arriving at the wisest widget for your activity, on time and on budget.
The “go to” promotional item. Everybody uses a pen or pencil after all, and we cater for them all
A cost effective way to draw your market to your brand – all types, all shapes, all sizes, all memorable
Everything from USBs, power chargers, speakers and numerous phone & tablet accessories
Staying friendly in more ways than one with a wide range of stationery, bags, office and paper products
Low cost and useful, the keyring is a staple choice for brand exposure, and there are so many to choose from
Whatever the weather you can count on a branded umbrella to gain maximum exposure for your brand. Executive gift or outdoor branding tool
From button to embroidered, name badges to enamel lapel pins. Great for giveaways, clubs, charities & staff identity
Paper & Notebooks
From Sticky Notes to memo pads, block pads to notebooks, single to full colour- your customised paper solutions
A style for any occasion – for promotional packs or event merchandise, staff bags or a give away shopper
Earthenware and Bone china mugs as well as drinks bottles and glassware – a receptical for all!
A real favourite- with so many options to choose from there’s always a lanyard suitable for any conference, event or occasion!
and everything else!
Browse the full range to find your perfect promotional products- it really covers everything from A to Z! Test it now!
making your mark
We have a great variety of quality promotional merchandise which can be branded for you. Having products printed with the widest range of printing techniques is so easy. The process used all depends on the type of item, and the design. We have listed some of the main techniques below, with which to print your logo.
If you would like further information on the various ways we can help you make your mark please TALK TO US
The branding team are on hand to advise and manage all of this for you.
Litho Printing allows for full colour prints to various physical surfaces. Litho Printing enables you to personalise many desktop promotional products where large multiple runs are necessary. The inked image is transferred from a printing plate to a rubber blanket and then the image is transferred again to the paper.
Generally the printing will be done out of the standard four colour process. This means that the artwork is separated onto four different printing plates and each plate prints a specific single colour – cyan, magenta, yellow and black (CMYK). Together these colours combine to create a full colour print. High resolution artwork is required again for this process (minimum of 300dpi).
A print making process using individual screens for each colour present in a design. Each colour is separated and a screen made for the elements needed from the design in that colour. Ink is pushed through the mesh screen onto the product being printed, producing the image.
Each screen layer up to create the complete design. Suitable for medium to large runs due to the screen set up.
Originally done by hand, and in some circumstances this is still the case on glassware and jewellery, engraving is now commonly produced using a laser which etches hard surfaces with a laser beam. Laser technology allows for high quantities to be produced. A hard wearing and high class branding for promotional merchandise.
Pad printing (also called tampography) is an indirect offset printing process that can transfer a 2-D image onto a 3-D object. It involves ink being transferred from an engraved (etched) metal plate via a silicone pad onto the product thereby creating the image. Because such a wide range of inks are available almost any material can be printed.The rubber pads can accommodate all sorts of shapes so it’s ideal for many promotional items.
This is a process used to make bespoke shaped items such as soft PVC USB’s or tailor-made stress toys. It involves making a custom mould to produce it.
Digital Printing is a four colour process reproduction of digital images using electronic files (like PDF’s) on a physical surface, such as paper, cardboard, film, cloth, plastic, vinyl, magnets, or labels. Suitable for short to medium quantities. This process allows for blends of colour and tone within your designs instead of resorting to individual flat, solid colours, so it’s great for photographic images and detailed logos.
Digital Printing requires an image resolution of at least 300 dpi. Anything less will result in a poor quality print and will therefore not be accepted. Digital print can be more cost-effective than other branding methods, since there’s no need for plates and screens. Plus there’s only one set-up charge, no matter how many colours you use.
Digital print incurs less waste in terms of screens, plates and chemicals, so it is a more eco-friendly branding option.
A technique that makes a lasting impression of the design onto the surface using pressure. This is known as blind embossing, and when that design is infilled with a metallic paint (gold or silver typically) it’s then referred to as foil blocking or hot stamping.
On promotional items, this method is commonly used to brand a shaped or curved surface. Typically used for printing onto ceramics, where the design is silk-screen or litho printed onto special paper, then cover-coated.
The print is then treated as a water slide transfer and hand applied. Suitable for complete digital images (full colour photography) along with vector and/or high resolution bitmap images, which can then be applied to a number of different products.
Sublimation printing is a process whereby full colour images, text and other graphics can be transferred onto a receptive item, such as polyester-based materials. The process relies on a specialised ‘dye sublimation’ ink, which when heated changes from being a solid dye to being a gas, without passing through a liquid stage and when the gas passes through the polyester- based materials, it penetrates the fibres and the image transfers to it. Suitable for garment printing but also polyester- coated hard products like mugs and phone cases.
Doming is used to create a 3D version of your image by shaping a raised surface over the top of a printed base, using polyurethane epoxy resin. This is then cured to form a clear protective dome over the graphics. It creates a 3D effect, and is suitable for flat surfaces which have a depressed area ready to take the dome, as well as printed labels.