Friday, July 20, 2012

Learn to enjoy work with this Puzzle Ruler



Whether it is for students, draftsmen, accountants and office workers, a ruler is essential stationery which is used extensively in every field. Starting from drawings and measurements, a ruler is also used as a bookmark. Although this is a common item, it is widely used as promotional item because of its utility and demand. You can try something different if you are choosing a conventional ruler as your business promotional gift. 
Our promotional Puzzle Ruler features the characteristic of conventional measurement rulers along with a bit of a twist. Available in three different bold colors - white, blue and red, this ruler also features a jigsaw puzzle on it. The puzzle area is white in color. For students, this measuring device will act as school stationery as well as a play item while working people can take a little break from their work by playing with the scrambled puzzle. This will also refresh their mind as well as relieve them from continuous stress. The size of this ruler is 61/16” x 2½” and it weighs 0.08 pounds. Available in polybag packaging, this is a perfect gift for people of all ages.
To make it your logo company gift, you can customize it with your brand name and logo using a maximum of four colors. There are three different imprint areas on the ruler which you can choose from. You can imprint on the puzzle area over 27/8” x 13/8” or opt for the area on the left side of the puzzle where the imprint area is 21/8” x 1½”. There is also a provision for imprinting over the entire front surface of the ruler where the imprint area is 5” x 1½”. To set up the puzzle, the charge is just $0.25 and the overall setup charge is only $31.25 for this product.

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2 Comments:

Blogger akihan said...

This is an interesting gift item. Reminds me of those puzzles that we used to play when we were children.

August 20, 2012 at 8:15 AM  
Blogger Eugene Tan said...

Great Idea!! Can consider it for Corporate Gifts.

April 10, 2014 at 11:59 AM  

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