The newspaper stick Unicum Tabloid is specially designed for newspapers printed in the traditional 'tabloid' format. Examples of a tabloid newspaper are: Daily Mail, The Sun, Daily Express and Berliner. The Unicum Tabloid newspaper stick is ideal for use in the lobby of a hotel, on the reading table in a library or a cafe.
The Unicum Tabloid is a newspaper stick for newspapers of tabloid format (432 mm. By 279 mm.). This special newspaper stick has a length of 590 mm, so that every newspaper always remains in excellent condition. Ideal for reading tables in cafés and libraries, but you can also hang the newspaper stick. In short, never again newspapers lying around!
For those who still have old tabloid newspapers, the newspaper stick is indispensable. The newspaper stick keeps newspapers in a very good condition. It is not for nothing that people often use newspaper sticks in libraries and museums. In this way every generation can continue to read an old newspaper!
The newspaper stick Unicum Tabloid is available in clear lacquered and in matt black, which provides a nice chic look. But what about a newspaper stick with the logo of your company? You can order this newspaper stick from 20 pieces at an attractive additional cost!
From 50 pieces it is possible to order the newspaper stick in any desired RAL color. You pay nothing extra for this! Printed newspaper sticks must be paid in advance. For the costs of printing (screen printing) we refer to the right-hand column on the website.
State how many newspaper sticks you want to order. You can then specify the desired color. Do you want your logo printed on the newspaper stick? Then check the corner. You must then indicate where you want the logo printed. Also indicate how many colors the logo contains. Finally you have to upload the logo. After you have entered all the details, click on "Order the newspaper stick".
Payment can be done by Credit Card, PayPal and several other populair European payment methods.
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What is a newspaper of tabloid format? The word "tabloid" was registered in 1884 as a brand name for a medicinal tablet by a company in London. The word was then used for various compact products. The British newspaper Daily Mail is the first newspaper to use the word "tabloid". As a sensation sheet, reference was then made to the conciseness and readability of the news and not to the format of the newspaper. That has ensured that the word tabloid has a negative meaning. In particular English boulevard newspapers, of which The Sun is the most notorious sensation newspaper, were and still are printed in tabloid format.
More than thirty years ago, the Dutch newspaper De Waarheid dared to have the news printed in tabloid format. At the time, De Waarheid was a true trendsetter. It then took many years before other newspapers in the Netherlands said goodbye to the traditional broadsheet format. The quality newspapers do not want to be associated with English sensation magazines. They prefer to talk about a "compact newspaper" than tabloid. The tabloid format is nowadays the trend. Since 2015, after the Nederlands Dagblad has switched to tabloid, the broadsheet format has virtually disappeared from the Dutch media landscape.
The newspaper sticks are available from stock as a clear lacquered model, or in chic matt black. From 100 pieces you can order a newspaper stick in any desired RAL color without extra costs.
You can have a newspaper stick with your logo printed from 100 pieces. This can be done on the handle as well as on the long part of the newspaper stick, depending on the newspaper stick model
For screen printing your logo you pay the film costs of € 49.00 per color once.
|Min. Quantity||Price per newspaperstick|
|1||€ 21,94 ex. VAT|
|5||€ 19,57 ex. VAT|
|10||€ 15,21 ex. VAT|
|50||€ 13,44 ex. VAT|
|100||€ 11,91 ex. VAT|
The Unicum Tabloid is approx. 555 mm long (approx. 590 mm incl. eye hook). The newspaper can be 420 mm long (popular tabloid format).
The printable part of newspaper stick is approx. 20 * 370 mm. Click on the image below for more sizes and details of the Unicum Tabloid newspaper stick.
The printing of newspaper sticks is done by means of the screen printing technique.
A so-called film is made of each color in the logo to be printed. Each color in your logo is a separate print run, hence the reason you pay the film costs for each color in your logo.
For the best result provide a vector file, for example an Adobe Illustrator, CorelDRAW or PDF file.
For the best coloro, use Pantone (PMS) as a color system. If you supply your logo in CMYK or RGB coloring, this will be converted to PMS and slight color differences may occur.
Bear in mind that white is also a color in screen printing. Make white parts in your logo transparent if that was your intention.