Custom Soft Enamel Lapel Pin

Custom Soft Enamel Lapel Pin is the most popular in the market. Soft enamel is a low cost, high quality option made with die struck (raised) metal and recessed enamel. These custom enamel pins work well with any design or logo. Can’t go wrong with these custom pins!

Custom Soft Enamel Pins

  • Custom shapes
  • Full color – up to over 10 colors
  • Ships in 2 weeks after proof approval

Why Custom Soft Enamel Pins?

In terms of custom enamel pins, soft enamel is the most common style for a variety of reasons. Soft enamel pins are relatively inexpensive, contain vibrant colors, and have the most plating options. They are high quality custom pins with raised metal and recessed enamel colors.

There are Three types of Soft Enamel Pins:

1.Pure Soft Enamel pins

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2.Soft Enamel pins with gradient color

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3.Soft Enamel pins with glitter

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The process of order custom soft enamel pins from Unilapelpin

    • Send us your design
      Cool! We will check your design and give professional suggestions to make your design perfect.
    • Approve the molding and unit cost
      Normally modling cost is from 70USD-150USD based on the design and size.
    • Approve the proof
      The proof will be sent to your email directly to double confirm.
    • Samples Come out 5-7 days
      5-7 days,We will offer the video of samples to you before cargo production.
    • Cargo Production
      10-20 days normally based on the quantity.
    • Receive your product
      The express usually last 5-9 days door to door. When the volume is huge, we also accept ship by sea to your destinations.

These custom enamel pins are timeless and work with virtually all designs or logos. For free quote of your design pins, you can contact us for details.

For more samples, please find it here:

For more information on the differences between hard enamel pins and soft enamel pins please see our blog post: Hard vs Soft Enamel Pins

 

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