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Product Specifications

  • Product CodeM3
  • Size3 Bottle
  • Weight765g
  • External Size90 x 90 x 320mm
  • Pack Size8
  • Unit Price£3.11 exVAT
  • Pack Price£24.88 exVAT

Three Bottle Mailsafe Postal Pack

Three Bottle Mailsafe Postal Pack
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Three Bottle Mailsafe Postal Pack

"Does what it needs to do"

Ekomi Gold Award
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Key Features

  • Flat packed but easy to assemble
  • Ingenious design allows pre-packed bottles in gift packs to fit in as well
  • Flexible modular design
  • High recycled content and 100% recyclable
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Product Overview

Three Bottle Mailsafe Postal Pack

Our three bottle postal pack is from our four star rated Mailsafe range. Delivered flat packed, the ingenious card form wraps around itself and locks into place. The base cut-out is then popped shut and the bottles inserted. The three internal elements are then dropped into the double wall card outer ready for despatch through the courier network. Whilst the mailsafe range offers fantastic protection to price ratio, and is used extensively by the wine trade, it does not offer the total guarantee afforded by the polysafe range. Therefore on valuable bottles it might be worth paying the extra.

All of the elements of this wine bottle postal pack have a high recycled content and are 100% recyclable. Standard bottles of Champagne are the maximum size they will fit but they can also fit the gift cartons that Champagne is often supplied in, especially at Christmas, so the pack allows the bottle to be sent in smart gift packaging too. Prices shown are for the complete postal pack including three inserts and one card outer per unit.


Latest Reviews

5/5 Stars

Does what it needs to do

- 17th December 2015

4/5 Stars

Sturdy stuff, even our couriers can't mishandle them...

- 30th October 2013