CustomInk Rocks…

We like schwag.  You probably like schwag too. At my last company, we used to print a lot of fun t-shirts and early on we took a liking to CustomInk.  They have reasonable pricing, decent minimums and good turn-around times.  Above all, they consistently deliver a high quality product.

Just before Christmas, we did our very first short run of T-shirts (less than 30 were made, so if you have one, you’re very special) and I went back to CustomInk to get the job done. 

You can upload artwork and design your shirt online with their flash app.  Their site will give you a realtime quote and the ordering process is quick and easy.  Personally, I like the Hanes Beefy-T — it’s a high quality cotton shirt available in a bunch of colors at a good price.  I have shirts from CustomInk that are several years old and still holding up pretty well.

Another reason I like CustomInk is that their customer service is excellent.  For example, when I submitted the last job, they called and suggested a minor change to the artwork which would reduce the cost of the order by $50 or so.

And that brings me to the reason for the post.  CustomInk emailed me and asked if I’d post a review and a link on my blog.  In exchange for that they’re offering a coupon/discount towards our next order.

So, first of all, take a look at T-Shirt Design at CustomInk.com. 

Second, if you’d like a super exclusive disruptorMonkey t-shirt, leave a comment below.  We’ll put the coupon they sent towards a new, never seen before t-shirt just for readers of this blog.  Not sure when we’ll get them made, but we’ll try and do it soon.

Make sure you (a) play to our fragile egos and (b) tell us what size you’d like (their shirts run a little small so err on the side of safety).

May the best commenters win!

7 comments for “CustomInk Rocks…

  1. January 22, 2008 at 9:56 pm

    I want a t-shirt! Gimme, gimme, gimme! 🙂

    On a related note, I’m a big fan of http://www.moo.com/ for cool custom printed cards. They’re pricey, but have some good products and nice pre-made designs too.

  2. January 22, 2008 at 11:14 pm

    I was just going to leave an ordinary comment but then you said, “may the best comment win” which made me nervous about what type of comment I should leave if I really plan on getting a shirt.

    So what follows is my official comment:
    I can assure you that if I wear this shirt every day for the next year, a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 8 people will see it. Good enough?

    Extra Large!!

  3. January 23, 2008 at 12:04 pm

    I can promise that my click-through rate will be far higher than Xymyl’s. 🙂

    Pete

  4. January 26, 2008 at 2:35 am

    Heck yeah, I’d like a disruptorMonkey shirt! And if I get one, I’ll treasure it so much that it’ll hang in the
    closet **right beside my Ron Paul shirt**!!!! 🙂

    If I qualify for one, make it a 2XL if possible, if the shirts tend to run small. Men in my family tend to run large. 🙁

  5. Al
    January 31, 2008 at 9:05 am

    Do they go big enough?

  6. DisMonkey
    January 31, 2008 at 2:07 pm

    Heck yeah… This is America after all, and everything is bigger in America…

  7. February 1, 2008 at 11:03 am

    Oh geez. You would post something like this while I’m on vacation and then take a week to get caught up on blogs. Oh well, at least I had fun skiing in Colorado last week. 🙂 Anyway, if the offer is still open, I’d love one. Size XL. Thanks!

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