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Product Specifications

  • Product CodePP3
  • Size3 Bottle
  • Weight510g
  • Internal SizeW9 x D9 x H32 cm
  • External SizeW9 x D9 x H32 cm
  • Pack Size8
  • Unit Price£4.79 exVAT
  • Pack Price£38.32 exVAT

3 Bottle Polysafe Postal Pack

3 Bottle Polysafe Postal Pack
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Key Features

  • Hold 3 bottles with max size of 93 x 316mm
  • Bulk-buy discounts available (ref: PL-PP3)
  • Lightweight and very robust
  • Courier approved bottle transit packaging
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Product Overview

3 Bottle Polysafe Postal Pack

Postal and courier approved 3 bottle polystyrene postal pack, designed to keep your bottles safe when sent via the courier network. Rated 5*, this bottle shipping box offers maximum protection for your valuable bottles.

This bottle shipping box pack comprises of 3 polystyrene tubes that fit around the wine and Champagne bottle, plus a postal cardboard outer box to hold them all together. The maximum bottle size the polystyrene tubes will take is 93 x 316mm. This courier approved bottle postal box is highly recommended for sending glass bottles through the post. The lightweight properties of the polystyrene tubes also make it ideal for shipping bottles by air freight. The extra security offered by the polystyrene is superb for protecting high value bottles.



Our Polysafe range is made from expanded polystyrene (EPS) which is lightweight, water-resistant, hygienic and offers easy, quick and safe handling. Its outstanding shock absorbency and compression resistance means that it provides excellent protection, whilst the thermal insulating properties of EPS are perfect for wines. It does not use chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) or other "greenhouse" gases which are believed to damage the oz1 layer, and can be cost-effectively recycled.