Stainless Steel Straw Top Sublimation Water Bottle - 20oz.

SKU
2787-STRAW

If you are looking for long lasting sublimation blanks, our stainless steel water bottles are unbeatable. The stainless steel construction is tough, being able to withstand more pressure in a mug press than aluminum. Choose from white or silver base colors, finished with premium sublimation coating for rich and exciting pigments! The straw cap is comfortable and spill-proof, great for a quick drink while on the move. Perfect for working out, cycling, hiking or anybody that needs to be in an upright position.

Specifications:

  • Sturdy stainless steel water bottles for dye sublimation
  • Capacity: 20oz. (600ml)
  • Available in two base colors: white and natural silver
  • For use with a Mug Press or Water Bottle Wrap
  • Compatible with the Epson F170

Helpful Resources

Note: Be sure to remove the cap and straw before pressing!

Mug Master Pro Mug Press

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

(Use the water bottle element in the mug press for this item!)

  • 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 Stainless Steel
Print Applications Dye-Sublimation, Silicone Wrap