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Product Specifications

  • Product CodeW/HAM
  • SizeLarge
  • Weight4303g
  • Shred weight500g
  • Outer carton
  • Internal SizeW48 x D31 x H21 cm
  • External SizeW50 x D33 x H23 cm
  • Pack Size3
  • Unit Price£17.40 exVAT
  • Pack Price£52.20 exVAT

Large Wooden Hamper Box with Drop On Lid

Large Wooden Hamper Box with Drop On Lid
Large Wooden Hamper Box with Drop On Lid
Large Wooden Hamper Box with Drop On Lid
Large Wooden Hamper Box with Drop On Lid
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Key Features

  • Holds 10 bottles of wine
  • No assembly required
  • Sustainable timber
  • Lids can be branded with company logo
  • Delivered from stock, at trade prices
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Product Overview

Large Wooden Hamper Box with Drop On Lid

Empty wooden hamper box made from very strong ply wood comes with hand holes on either side. These wooden hamper boxes are supplied with a separate lid that rests on top. Ideal for a variety of uses and particularly suited to retailers wanting to create hamper gifts of fine foods or fine wines.

Many independent and multiple retailers are using this type of wooden hamper box as a simple and cost effective retail display solution. Use it to display bottles of wines and Champagnes as well as fine foods. In addition to retail display in-store, many retailers use these wooden boxes in window displays and outside too. With clear on-going use, retailers can be assured that these hampers boxes will be well used even after the contents of the hamper have been enjoyed.

Latest Reviews

3/5 Stars

Again damaged in transit. Packing of product for delivery needs to be far better. Wrapping a little brown paper around the box is not protection.

- 8th September 2016

2/5 Stars

Poor quality, needed gluing and nailing together

- 7th March 2017