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1 €37.88
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10 €35.99
20 €35.04
45 €34.10

Aintree Polished Steel Flask and Cups

Product code: ST16154
Collection: Trendsetting Awards
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€34.10 - €37.88 (including vat)
Size: 110mm

With a wide range of uses the stylish 6oz Aintree Polished Steel Flask and Cups would make the perfect gift for a whiskey lover or simply a practical accessory for a follower of outdoor pursuits. Made from premium grade polished steel, the flask features rounded edges for pocket comfort and a flawless face suitable for the addition of personalised engraving. The flask comes complete with a small funnel to aid decanting and a set of four polished steel cups offering the opportunity to share a warming dram with friends.

The Aintree Polished Steel Flask and Cups can be purchased with or without personalised high quality engraving.

For awards with engraving, simply enter your text in the personalisation section below and upload your logo now or email it to us later. We will email a free artwork proof for your approval before production begins.

Step 1. Quantity & Options
Step 2. Personalisation (select option 3 if not required)
1. Personalise all items the same
2. Personalise each item individually
3. No personalisation required


Artwork information

.EPS is the logo format required by our engraving machines. This type of editable vector artwork file is typically available from your logo designer or art/media department and must be created and saved in editable '.EPS' format. An .EPS vector file cannot be saved by reformatting a flat image (.JPG of .GIF). The .EPS file requires the full detailed outline for accurate engraving.

If you do not have a copy of your logo in .EPS format, we are able to provide a reformatting service for a small additional cost per logo. Once the logo has been reformatted we can provide you with a copy for future use.

Please see below examples of a vectored .EPS file compared to other lower quality Bitmap formats:
Vectored .EPS vs Bitmap .JPG