- Product Description
Ideal for anyone who travels to and from work or school, our Personalised Definition Ceramic Travel Mug makes a great gift.
It has been manufactured using high-quality ceramic to ensure it lasts and lasts, and is perfect for taking your cuppa on the road.
The travel mug is comfortable to hold and has been made using only the finest materials. Its high-quality ceramic build means that it will keep your beverage hot for longer.
It even comes with a rubber lid that fits snugly to the top, which will ensure there are no unwanted spillages during your loved one's commute.
Fabulous for birthdays, achievements, promotions and new jobs this travel mug is sure to put a big smile on the owner's face.
To make it truly memorable, all you have to do is add a name of your choice to be printed in black against the clean white background.
Below this we have included our ever-popular definition style personalisation, where you can add unique details about your recipient.
- Personalised travel mug
- The perfect gift for people on the go
- Full-colour personalisation
- Made of double jacketed ceramics
- Silicone lid with drinking orifice
- Capacity is 250ml
- Measures approx. W: 10cm, D:10cm, H:15.5cm
- Hand-wash recommended
- Customer Reviews
- Delivery & Returns
Sent via 2nd Class Mail for only £3.99.
Sent via 1st Class Mail for only £4.99.
*NEXT WORKING DAY
Orders received by 2:00 pm Monday to Friday, sent via courier tracked service for only £7.99. Delivery for Mon to Fri only.
The cost for delivery to European countries is calculated based on the destination. Please allow approx. 2-5 working days from dispatch, however, this is not guaranteed.
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Tuesday, 14 November 2017 (by Jayne)
Monday, 18 December 2017 (by Gareth Sykes)Hi, I was hoping to order 6 of these personalised cups in time for getting married on New Year’s Eve. The website currently shows them as not been available. Are you likely to be getting any back into stock in time for this.?
Sunday, 29 November 2015 (by Rachel)