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Product Specifications

  • Product CodeFRAG
  • Weight170g
  • Internal SizeW6600 x D4.8 cm
  • External SizeW4.8 cm
  • Pack Size1
  • Unit Price£1.85 exVAT
  • Pack Price£1.85 exVAT

50mm Fragile Tape - 66M

50mm Fragile Tape - 66M
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50mm Fragile Tape - 66M
50mm Fragile Tape - 66M
50mm Fragile Tape - 66M

"Fragile tape is used to send my products out by carrier - hopefully more attention will be taken when transporting!"

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Key Features

  • Printed with the word FRAGILE for ultimate protection
  • Low Noise
  • Strong
  • Suitable for use with pistol grip dispensers
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Product Overview

50mm Fragile Tape - 66M
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Fragile packing tape for postal boxes and other transit packaging. 48mm in width, this packaging tape is designed for use with a tape gun also provided here at WBC. However well your parcels are wrapped it does not hurt to warn the courier that they are still fragile and tape is 1 of the most effective ways of doing this. Unlike its cheaper relatives that make so much noise coming off the reel, this 'low noise' tape is made from softer polypropylene that is as strong or stronger but far more easy on the ear to use. That said it does need to be above about 8 degrees in your warehouse or shop for it to work properly and to avoid noise, splitting and weak adhesion.


Latest Reviews

5/5 Stars

It sticks stuff and says fragile! What more to be said! Low noise? It sits quietly on the shelf!

- 25th November 2018

5/5 Stars

Used for gift hampers that are to be posted out

- 8th August 2018

5/5 Stars

Good. To be used for office Christmas gifts.

- 14th November 2017

5/5 Stars

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- 26th January 2016

5/5 Stars

Fragile tape is used to send my products out by carrier - hopefully more attention will be taken when transporting!

- 16th November 2015