JUPITER, Fla. — eBottles will partner with Ed Kilduff, Shane Blomberg and the GearNeed team for exclusive packaging designs across the eBottles catalog. GearNeed will consult on hyper-custom proprietary packaging built by eBottles as well as advise on branding and design for existing product lines.
GearNeed is the team behind Pollen Gear, which changed the world of child-resistant packaging with the introduction of their “HiLine” glass jars in 2016. Cosmetic, tall smooth-sided dome closures and rounded base glass jars changed the way we thought about packaging possibilities. Prior to their introduction, child-resistant packages were pharmaceutical or industrial in appearance. Pollen Gear broke the mold and showed the world that a child-resistant package could be expressive and creative.
eBottles followed Pollen Gear’s aesthetic lead by creating a wide range of closures that are smooth-sided, symmetric, and could be produced with metallic or wood grain finishes and decorated with screen printing, hot stamping or heat transfer labels.
eBottles and GearNeed will partner together to help customers build brand innovation and solidify their supply chain with a trusted packaging partner.