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What companies can you ship batteries with now?

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I've got a Bosch battery powered sander I'm going to be selling. I have 2 batteries + charger. What courier companies let you send batteries nowadays?
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2y, 3m agoPosted 2 years, 3 months ago
I've got a Bosch battery powered sander I'm going to be selling.
I have 2 batteries + charger.
What courier companies let you send batteries nowadays?
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2y, 3m agoPosted 2 years, 3 months ago
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#1
I think it's just Royal Mail that's funny with batteries as their post goes by plane to different depots around UK. Couriers use vans. If you go to Parcel2go web site you can see a list of restrictions
#2
almost all have a battery restriction in that you can't just send a battery by itself.
you will have no problems with any courier with a battery (not lead acid obviously) that is a part of something.
ie , you wouldn't send a watch , laptop, phone etc. without the battery?.

I'd send collect+ , but it'll be awful slow, would be at least a week i guess.
#3
I've sent plenty of items fitted with a battery this year by RM and not had any issues.

from small battery operated razors to leap pads and a laptop. Always told the person working what's in the parcels.
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mclovin9091
I've sent plenty of items fitted with a battery this year by RM and not had any issues.

from small battery operated razors to leap pads and a laptop. Always told the person working what's in the parcels.

When I was talking to the woman in the PO, if it has a battery enclosed inside it's ok.
Separate batteries, they won't let you send.
#5
UKmail send single batteries
#6
have you tried interlink ? I usually get batteries and gas delivered via them

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