Custom Logo 10x12 Gel Packs Reusable Hot/Cold Pack

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Item: GPSI1012

Color
Clear
Yellow
Red
Pink
Blue
Green
Orange
Purple
(Minimum Order : 100)

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Bulk Order Custom Logo 10x12 Gel Packs - 100 Minimum Purchase

The 10in x 12in custom label gel packs are perfect for Chiropractors, Massage Therapists and Sports Medicine Specialists to get the maximum outreach for their practice. These large gel packs feature full-color, custom print that is clearly visible through the puncture resistant translucent pouch. This size is ideal for treating large areas of the body like the back, chest, abdomen, hip or thigh. Also effective as an ice wrap or heat wrap around arm, leg, or foot. Freeze them to use as an ice therapy compress or microwave to use as a heating pad. These large, multi-purpose gel packs will bring relief to your patients and promote your practice at the same time.

Features of the Custom Label Gel Pack are:

  • Easy to use - remains flexible when frozen
  • Microwave or hot water for heat
  • 3mil thick puncture resistant plastic case
  • Product weight - 1.4lbs
  • Custom full-color print insert
  • Gel color selection: Clear, Yellow, Red, Pink, Blue, Green, Orange, or Purple
  • Made in Canada

 

Used by hospitals, clinics, schools, and sports teams, the 10" x 12" personalized gel packs offer a unique way to show support for your customers. All of these gel packs are custom made in North America, delivered to your door in a matter of weeks.

The only shipment option for this product is our standard shipping. 2ndDay Air and Overnight shipping are not available for this product. 

Visit our custom ice packs page for a full selection of 9 differently sized personalized ice packs.

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