Anatomical Heart Stress Ball


Item #: 1008-100841
Qty Std Price Our Price
75 $2.36 $2.25
150 $2.18 $1.53
250 $2.15 $1.42
500 $2.10 $1.36
1000 $2.05 $1.31
2500 $2.00 $1.22

This item has a minimum order quantity of: 75

Promotional Anatomical Heart Stress Ball
Product Description
  • Made of Squeezable polyurethane foam.
  • Presemt to employees and clients as promotional gifts.
  • Stress balls or Stress relievers are becoming a trendy giveaway item.
  • Because of the many shapes now available, stress balls are generically known as stress relievers.
  • These stress relievers are an extremely affordable way to promote your business.

 

Anatomical Heart Stress Ball is great for promoting Heart Disease Awareness.When your heart starts racing, this anatomical heart with no veins shaped stress reliever will be there for you! With a few squeezes, relief will be in sight. Customize with your logo to create a cool giveaway. Perfect for blood drives, health expos or even a different kind of valentine's gift! Safety tested and intended for adults or for general use by consumers of all ages. Not intended for children under three years old or for pets.

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Item Size:

3-3/4" x 2-1/2" x 1-3/4"

Packaging:

Bulk / 26 lbs / 300 pcs. / 24" x 14" x 15"box.

Standard Production:

7 Business Days *Production time begins after artwork approval and does not include shipping time.

Note: 1) Every order is unique and additional charges that are not listed may apply. For example, additional charges may be required for imprint color changes, copy changes, product assortments, packaging, etc. Price subject to change without notice. 2) Due to difference among color monitors, the colors that appear may not be exact.

Imprint Option 1:

Location: 30 Degree Angle on Front
Imprint Method: Pad Print
Imprint Area: 1.25" x 0.75"
Set-up Charge: $55.00
Run Charge: $0.25

Reviews:

5.00 out of 5 Stars

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by September 2012
“A perfect heart giveaway”
Rating:
5 out of 5 stars
by May 2012
“Important to make people aware fo heart issues”
Rating:
5 out of 5 stars
by January 2012
“I hand these out to my heart patients”
Rating:
5 out of 5 stars