Fits maybe a six pack at a push, not really suitable fro picnics which I feel would be one of the core benefits for a company to have their logo seen. Still at a dollar each, the good-will with your customer created by giving it away covers your expenditure fine.
Not much more than a buck for something this impactful is not much to pay. Order minimum is very high though. I really like the extra compartment at the front. More for your money
I liked this product the instant my order arrived. It had a chunky feel with many layers for good insulation. My imprint at the front looks bold and proud, and the all important weaved strap doesn't seem like it will break any time too soon.
I'm tough to please at the best of times. I tested out the zipper like a hundred times, worked every time. Now I've got a product to give away at my event with my sandwiches that I feel represents the quality of my produce.
You can always tell a quality product I feel from the strength of its attachments. No point buying a cheap suitcase and having the straps fall off half way to the airport. The straps on this little guy are very well attached with good strength and I love the logo placement at the front maximum exposure.
Some of the other coolers and lunch bags here look a little flimsy and while there is a little disparity in price, it was money well spent. Good obviously hand stitching and loads of inner space that will surely give a good customer experience. I'm half way through my stock of these giving them away with each hundred euro grocery shop in my store. It does eat into my margin a bit, but I've noticed it has slightly increased my earnings per customer overall.