"Newport Everyday" Matte Sunglasses
Production Time: 5 Working Days
|150|| $1.30 each|
|250|| $1.15 each|
|500|| $1.10 each|
|1000|| $1.05 each|
|2500|| $0.99 each|
- Classic Adult Size Sunglasses with Polypropylene Plastic Frames and FDA Compliant Polycarbonate lenses.
- The UV400 Lenses provide 100% UVA and UBA protection.
- Meets FDA Standards.
- They come with black frames and different colored arms.?
Classic Adult Size Sunglasses with Polypropylene Plastic Frames and FDA Compliant acrylic lenses. The UV400 Lenses provide 100% UVA and UBA protection. Meets FDA Standards. They come with black frames and different colored arms
Normal Production Time
5 Working Days
Rush Production Time
24 Hour Rush: 1 Working Day
2” H x 5-3/4”W
8 Lbs / 100 Pcs
Imprint: 2” W x 5/16” H on left arm
Material: Polypropylene Frame with Polycarbonate Lens
Price Includes: One color imprint on cover, one location on left arm
Setup Charge: $55.00 (G) per color, per location
Additional Color: add $0.30 (G) running charge, plus setup.
Additional Location (on right arm): add $0.30 (G), plus setup.
PMS Color Match Charge: $40.00 (G) per color
Repeat Setup Charge: $25.00 (G)
Email Proof Charge: $7.50 (G), add 2 days to production time
Pre Production Proof: Domestic Item: $45.00 (G). Production Time: 2-3 Days. If revisions are made to any Pre Production proofs, a new pre production proof charge that includes any additional art, die or screen charges will apply.
Please note: Small shifting of imprint cannot be avoided when printing. As each product is manufactured and printed individually, up to 3/16” movement in logo alignment may occur. Sunglasses are intended for individual use and cannot be compared. In our best efforts to ensure greater customer satisfaction, we try avoid, when possible, the use of warning labels that can send unfavorable marketing messages to consumers. We go through great efforts to source our products from reliable vendors that supply products that will meet Cal Prop 65 requirements without the application of Prop 65 warning labels that can alarm end users and consumers. However, some items cannot be reformulated to use materials that contain a listed chemical, so in such cases, we have no choice but to apply a Prop 65 warning label on the product to meet the regulation’s warning requirements