Dual-Lid Aluminum Sublimation Water Bottle - 20oz.

SKU
2360-C

Our sublimation water bottles are fashionable and practical sublimation blanks. Aluminum water bottles are perfect for making personalized gifts for any activity, trip or event. Choose between opaque white for maximum image brightness or natural silver for a more subtle effect. Each bottle is lightweight, making it easy to carry even when full. The black plastic cap ensures that no liquid ever spills out and the secure clip makes this product easy to carry.

Specifications:

  • Aluminum water bottles for dye sublimation
  • Two lid options (pop-top or screw top) with carabiner
  • Capacity: 20oz. (600ml)
  • Available in two colors: white and natural silver
  • For use with a Mug Press or Water Bottle Wrap

Helpful Resources

Note: Be sure to remove the lid before pressing!

Mug Master Pro Mug Press

Idle Temperature: 275°F
Press Temperature: 330°F
Time: 15 Seconds
Pressure: Medium

  • Tape the sublimation paper with image printed in reverse to the water bottle with thermal tape
  • When the heat press reaches the idle temperature, you will hear a beeping sound indicating that the machine is ready
  • Place the water bottle in the element and close it by pulling the handle towards you
  • Press the green, round button to begin the pressing cycle (temperatures may drop which is normal)
  • Once the press temperature is reached, the timer will begin counting down
  • When the timer reaches 0, take out the water bottle from the press and remove the transfer paper immediately
  • Allow the water bottle to cool completely before use


    • GeoKnight DK3

      Press Temperature: 400°F
      Time: 3 Minutes
      Pressure: Medium

      • Attach sublimation transfer paper with image printed in reverse to the water bottle with thermal tape
      • Place water bottle in heat press at the press temperature, and close the element around the water bottle
      • Press for the specified time above needed using specified pressure
      • If the image begins to look blurry, or burnt brown by over-pressing, decrease pressing time by 15 - 30 seconds
      • Once done, remove the water bottle from the press and remove the transfer paper immediately
      • Allow the water bottle to cool completely before use


      4-in-1 Mug Press

      Press Temperature: 320°F
      Time: 150 - 180 Seconds
      Pressure: Medium/Firm

      • Attach sublimation transfer paper with image printed in reverse to the bottle with thermal tape
      • Place bottle in press at the press temperature, and close the element around the bottle
      • Press for the specified time above needed using specified pressure
      • If the image begins to look blurry, or burnt brown by over-pressing, decrease time by 15 - 30 seconds
      • Once done, remove the bottle from the press and remove the transfer paper immediately
      • Allow the water bottle to cool completely before use


      Oven Settings

      Press Temperature: 400°F
      Time: 6 - 10 Minutes
      (test in your oven for accurate time)

      • Attach reversed printed image to water bottle with thermal tape
      • Wrap silicone wrap around water bottle surface and clasp at handle
      • Place in oven preheated to 400°F for approximately 6 - 10 minutes (test to determine best timing!)
      • Afterwards, remove wrap and transfer immediately
      • Allow the water bottle to cool completely before use

More Information
Manufacturer Coastal
Substrate Material Aluminum
Finish Gloss
Print Applications Dye-Sublimation, Silicone Wrap