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Frequently Asked Questions

What are Universal Bottle Clips made of?

Universal Bottle Clips are made from a very durable and easily recyclable material. They can be produced in most any custom color.

Is this a USA made product?

Our product is made here in the USA, providing employment for hard working Americans. We make all of them locally in Kansas.

What are your standard colors?

Black, White, Gray, Red, Yellow, Blue, Green, Purple. Neon: Pink, Orange, Yellow, and Green. We also sell the NEW Glow-In-Dark color.

Can I get samples?

We have smaller amounts available on our site. You can order a 6 Pack or contact us for something specific. Please contact us through our convenient ONLINE FORM, or give us a call at: (913) 837-8237.

How can I use these clips?

Snap the clip onto the neck of your bottle, then hang it on your belt, golf cart, wheel chair, almost anywhere. It's the simple way to carry a bottle hands free.

Is there a UPC code on the clip?

All of our Universal Bottle Clips come with the same UPC Sticker on the inside of the clip. If you require clips without the UPC Stickers, please contact us through our convenient ONLINE FORM, or give us a call at: (913) 837-8237.

Can we get a custom marking on the product?

We can print your logo on the bottle clips using a CMYK Ink Jet Printer. For a one time set charge up plus the price per clip, you can have your event, park, etc. on the clips. The total pricing is based on the number of clips made to order.  Print Area: 1 in. by 1.5 in. Preferred Image: PDF or PNG files.

How many Bottle Clips come in an Impulse Jug?

50 or 100 Clips, depending on the selected container, are inside of each container ready to be put on the shelf.

How are the Impulse Jugs identified?

We identify the standard container by this product ID scheme: IP-# Eample: IP-1 is our basic color set, 100 PCS: 8 of each of our 12 colors, plus 4 Glow-in-the-Dark.

Can we get camouflage colored clips?
Generally not; this is very hard to do and maintain a good quality part.

I have seen other types of bottle holding methods, why are yours different?
Our clip was one of the first--if not the first clip ever produced; there are several copies, but not nearly as good and cost more. Ours are very tough, they can be dropped, used over and over without the fear of breaking or bending. Unlike metal clips, our tongs going around the neck of the bottle, do not need to be re-bent to hold, nor do you need to fear getting cut on sharp metal edges.

Can I purchase bulk Clips not in a container without the UPC code or tags?
Yes, just contact us with your needs. Please contact us through our convenient ONLINE FORM, or give us a call at: (913) 837-8237.

How long do they last?

We have customers that use the same clip for years and years. They will get lost before they break.

Are they difficult to sell?

Once someone sees one and how simple they work, they sell themselves.

What are the typical margins on the clips if I were to resell them?
This varies by the venue. We have dealers selling them from $1 to $5 each. Craft Fairs get a little more per clip than a standard grocery store because they generally have a "booth" purchase for the event, usually $3-$5 range. Theme parks will sell in the $2-$3 range. It really depends on your environment.

I am interested in being a distributor to retailers I service; how does this work?
We ship by the standard GMA pallet, 48"x40" to your facility. We also are suppliers through PPAI and SAGE.

What if I want to get some and use them as a "Give-Away" at an event like a trade show?

A bulk purchase is the easiest way, then when you get them label them with your name. We offer promotional printing options to help promote businesses and events. Contact us to see what we can do to help promote you.

How many Impulse Jugs come in a carton?
They are packaged in 4 Impulse Jugs per carton. This is the standard minimum purchase size for our standard color mix sets.

Can I mix Impulse Jugs in each carton?
No, a standard carton contains 4 Impulse Jugs. They are packaged this way so the carton contents can be identified.

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