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Tune 510BT Wireless On-Ear Headphones

Screen-Printing: printing method where ink is pushed through a woven screen (also called mesh stencil) onto fabric. The ink doesn't soak into the fabric, but lays on top of the product.

DTG: printing method that sprays
the ink onto the garment. The ink then soaks into the fibers of the garment. It's like printing on paper, but on clothing.

Embroidery: applying logos to clothing with patterns or pictures sewn directly onto the
material. You have the option of flat or a 3D raised logo to give more dimension.

Sublimation: transfers a design into a material or fabric using ink and heat by changing a solid to gas. This is great for high detail on white garments.

Rates are approximations. Exact rates will be provided at checkout.

Tune 510BT Wireless On-Ear Headphones 25 minimum

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$179.95 $169.25 $164.95 $157.95 $153.95 $146.95

Black

Total: $4,498.75

$179.95 each / 25 pieces

All bass, all day long. The JBL Tune 510BT headphones let you stream powerful JBL Pure Bass sound with no strings attached. Easy to use, these headphones provide up to 40 hours of pure pleasure and an extra 2 hours of battery with just 5 minutes of power with the USB-C charging cable. And if a call comes in while you are watching a video on another device, the JBL Tune 510BT seamlessly switches to your mobile. Bluetooth 5.0 enabled and designed to be comfortable, the JBL Tune 510BT headphones also allow you to connect to Siri or Google without using your mobile device. Foldable for easy portability, the JBL Tune 510BT headphones are a grab 'n go solution that helps you to inject music into every aspect of your busy life.

Screen-Printing: printing method where ink is pushed through a woven screen (also called mesh stencil) onto fabric. The ink doesn't soak into the fabric, but lays on top of the product.

DTG: printing method that sprays
the ink onto the garment. The ink then soaks into the fibers of the garment. It's like printing on paper, but on clothing.

Embroidery: applying logos to clothing with patterns or pictures sewn directly onto the
material. You have the option of flat or a 3D raised logo to give more dimension.

Sublimation: transfers a design into a material or fabric using ink and heat by changing a solid to gas. This is great for high detail on white garments.

Rates are approximations. Exact rates will be provided at checkout.

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