Recently Petit-Fernand asked us to try out some of their products and we picked out one of their water bottles to try. I don’t know about you, but water bottles have been a bit of a bane of our lives during these primary school years. Sometimes they leak; others get damaged easily (bizarre when you’d think they’d be designed with kids in mind); and others are difficult to clean. It’s difficult to find a bottle that does everything that you want it to do and then you want it to do it for a long time, so you don’t have to replace it too quickly. Then you have to label it too and again that’s a bit hit and miss. Some of our labels have really lasted well and others have had to be replaced before the bottle is worn out.
One of the things we liked about the Petit-Fernand bottle is that the personalisation includes putting H’s full name on the bottle. So there’s no labelling to be done because it’s already there. I got H to pick out a bottle and he picked out a rock music themed one with a bit of a graffiti vibe going on. H liked picking out his design and choosing a font. There are a number of fonts to pick from, but he had wanted something a bit more graffiti style to go with his bottle, but that said it does look very good. We’ve tried it out and it doesn’t leak, plus it seems robust.
Petit-Fernand also offer other items for day to day school lives. You know how children are about losing things, I label everything that goes into school to avoid that. Personalised stickers are a great way of doing this because they are easy to apply and you’re off – we use them all the time. Again there’s plenty of choice about colours, motifs and fonts. They have personalised lunchboxes too, which are great fun and practical too.
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