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Product Specifications

  • Product CodeKRJ3
  • Size3 Jar
  • Weight70g
  • Internal SizeW25.8 x D7.8 x H20 cm
  • External SizeW26 x D8 x H20 cm
  • Pack Size20
  • Unit Price£0.87 exVAT
  • Pack Price£17.40 exVAT

3 Jar Bag with Window - Natural

3 Jar Bag with Window - Natural
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3 Jar Bag with Window - Natural
3 Jar Bag with Window - Natural

"Great for presenting preserves, candles and more. Perfect for larger jars or bottles. Look professional and are easy to assemble. Just add a tag and ribbon to finish off."

Ekomi Gold Award
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Key Features

  • Maximum bottle size 85 x 200mm
  • Designed to hold jars but can be used for bottle of beers or half bottles of wine.
  • Has a strong reinforced twisted paper handle and clear acetate window
  • Paper jar bag made from a combination of recycled and pure board.
  • 100% Recyclable
  • Delivered flat pack for easy storage
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Product Overview

3 Jar Bag with Window - Natural
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Kraft paper bag with acetate windows for holding three jars, bottles of beers or half bottles of wine. The 3 clear acetate windows make sure your products are on display at all times. Why not seal the jar bag with stickers or a bow to create an eye catching gift. The handle is designed and made from a strong twisted paper, and the Kraft bag is made from combination of recycled and pure paper which gives it a natural look and feel. You can also personalise the bag with your company logo making your brand instantly recognisable. Sold in packs of 20 that come flat packed. Bag Dimensions: W26 x D8 x H23 cm


Latest Reviews

5/5 Stars

Great for presenting preserves, candles and more. Perfect for larger jars or bottles. Look professional and are easy to assemble. Just add a tag and ribbon to finish off.

- 21st November 2016

5/5 Stars

Superb

- 12th May 2016