CTMS31 - Mini Cricket Bat|From $5.31

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- Unless otherwise stated, all prices include one (1) colour to one (1) position printing / decoration and set up charges.
- NO hidden costs, so buy with confidence.
- Contact our sales representative for more information for instance : delivery charge, more printing / decoration required, lead time, stock availability and etc.
- Goods and Services Tax (GST) excluded and to be applied.

 

Product Description

:CTMS31 - Mini Cricket Bat

Product Dimension

:W 45mm x L 305mm x 23mm

Decoration Area

:Pad Print, Screen Print, Laser Engraving - Please request for template

Decoration Type

:1 colour Pad Print or Screen Print on 1 position included (Laser Engrave available as optional decoration)

Packing Details

:Loose packed

Product Details

:Wooden mini cricket bat for promotion or collecting players signatures. It can be laser engraved with individual names or signatures

Product Colours

:Available in Natural/Black

Lead Time

:Approximate 2 - 3 weeks production lead time (under normal circumstance and excludes delivery). Urgent production available upon request (surcharge applied)

 

 

 

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