What is a shelf wobbler? Printed Shelf wobblers are great little point of sale display items – situated right at the point of purchase where the majority of buying decisions are made, they bounce around on their plastic wobbler arms from the shelf to really pull peoples attention to your newest product or special offer. At Newman Thomson we print shelf wobblers which are then die cut to a special shape (the options are virtually endless). You can have a totally custom wobbler with a shape that is unique to you and your own specific design, this can be either supplied by you, or we would be happy to produce a design based on your brief. Once printed the shelf wobblers are usually laminated to make them extra durable. We tend to supply wobblers assembled with the wobbler arm already attached, saving you time and effort later. Our printed shelf wobblers offer a very visible and cost-effective product which is durable and easily distributed. Using one of our 3 HP Indigo 7 colour Digital Presses we can print white on to the reverse of clear shelf wobblers, producing an interesting and different effect.
We offer a wide range of different types of wobblers, including: T-shaped wobblers, Aluminium wobblers, Straight wobbler arms, Tapered wobbler arms – adhesive both ends, and a larger adhesive surface at one end, you name it, we can produce it.
At Newman Thomson we aim to offer our clients the easiest possible solution to their shelf wobbler printing and other printed point of sale requirements. Below we have listed the dimensions of our most popular wobbler arms. Cutter guides for the printed part (head) of the wobblers can be found here, using a ‘standing die’ means that you can save valuable time and money. However, of course if you have a bespoke requirement, please contact us and our expert team will be more than happy to assist you in printing your shelf wobblers. We offer a wide range of custom designed printed Point of Sale materials, so why not combine printed shelf wobblers with printed shelf talkers or swing tags or printed bottle neck tags for the maximum impact in your point of sale project?