BlockTek Anti Spiking Drink Protector- reusable- 10% recycled plastic




Anti Spiking Drink Protector reusable with a key ring carrying pouch

Metal straws available on request.

Product Sustainability:

Our protectors are manufactured using 10% recycled plastic and are re usable which means they are in line with the UK Government ‘s recent ban on single use plastic. With normal use and care they have a life span of 5 years and so your brand will be seen each time they are used by the user, their group and other people in the venue.

Product Uses

Protectors can be used in a wide variety of ways from preventing drink spiking, keeping wasps and flies out of drinks in summer, to stopping spillages in care homes/hospitals to going on holiday and not wanting any bugs in your drink! Just know if you use our Protectors, your drink will be safely sealed!

Carried on its own key ring pouch or placed in your bag or pocket it is convenient and portable must have item.

Designed to stretch fit to a glass size 100mm. Straw hole designed into the protector top so no need to remove it to drink. Available in White Black Pink Red and Blue. Logo Printing size 5 cm max.

After use, wash with with cold water, pat dry and place back in its pouch for next time.

Drink Spiking Facts!

We all love a drink, whether thats casually over a chat, on a date or on a big night out with mates. There are, however, many dangers that men and women face, after they’ve had a few drinks which can be deadly.

Drink spiking occurs when alcohol and/or another drug is placed in a person’s drink without their knowledge. Young women are common targets of drink spiking and the harms resulting include sexual assault, robbery, and unsafe sex.

Many of these substances are quickly absorbed after being consumed, resulting in rapid onset of the effects. Symptoms to look out for include:

  • Feeling dizzy or faint.
  • Feeling ill or sleepy.
  • Feeling drunk even if you think you’ve only had a little alcohol to drink.
  • Passing out.
  • Waking up feeling uncomfortable and confused, with memory blanks about the night before.

The above list of signs can be related to someone who has been consuming a lot of alcohol, however, if alcohol and/or another drug has been added to drink it will happen more quickly. This is further complicated by not knowing how much alcohol the affected person has consumed earlier.

If you or a friend suspects a drink has been “spiked” you are encouraged to report it to the Police. Reporting the incident within 24-hours means a urine sample can be analysed. A positive test confirms the drink spiking and provides good evidence for prosecution. Police will be interested in all the circumstances surrounding the drink spiking such as last drink and descriptions of persons-of-interest.

Who is targeted? 

  • 4 out of 5 victims are female.
  • Around half of drink spiking victims are aged under 24.
  • Of the reported drink spiking incidents, a majority have no associated criminal victimisation, indicating that ‘prank spiking’ may be a common motivation for drink spiking.
  • Between 20 and 30 per cent of incidents reported to police involve sexual assault.

How to avoid drink spiking

  • Always buy your own drink and watch it being poured.
  • Don’t accept drinks from strangers.
  • Never leave your drink unattended while you dance or go to the toilet. Seal it!
  • Don’t drink or taste anyone else’s drink.
  • Dispose of your drink if you think it has been tampered with.

Additional information

Drinks Seal

200, 500, 1000, 2000, 2500, 5000