100x Grey Mailing Courier Postal Bags - 6" x 9" £2.90 Delivered @ ebay carrierbagsolutions
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100x Grey Mailing Courier Postal Bags - 6" x 9" £2.90 Delivered @ ebay carrierbagsolutions

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Found 1st Jul 2013
Here we have our high quality mailing bags. These mailing bags are made from a strong 55 micron recyled plastic material. Our Mailing bagss can be recycled and 100 biodegradbale making them a great choice for today’s environment. These mailing bags are commonly used by most traders that dispatch goods with couriers.

Made from a strong 55 micron plastic.
Mailing bags are Opaque
Mailing Bags are 100% recyclable and 100% biodegradbale.

19 Comments

A little too small for me a Jiffy bag is far better at this size

Got a lot of negative feedback, sometimes cheaper isn't always better. Cold for that reason I'm afraid.

whatyadoinsucka

A little too small for me a Jiffy bag is far better at this size



That's a bit of a sweeping statement, it entirely depends what you're going to be sending. I've used over 1500 of these type of bags over the last couple of years, with no negative feedback and no damaged items that wouldn't have suffered the same fate if in a jiffy bag.

Jiffy bags are a lot more expensive than this type of bag, and it's often possible to get more padding round something in a mailing bag than the equivalent sized jiffy bag.

For me though, it's the weight that counts, when shipping something close to 100g, a jiffy bag not only adds 10p to the packaging costs, but can easily take an item into the £1.10 rate from £0.69. On cheaper items that's a lot extra.

mike

Depends what you're sending out.
Always prefer to send /receive a jiffy bag as it gives that bit extra potection.

I wonder if they use one of the bags to post the bags?? lol

Actually they do! lol

mrner01

Got a lot of negative feedback, sometimes cheaper isn't always better. … Got a lot of negative feedback, sometimes cheaper isn't always better. Cold for that reason I'm afraid.



True. I bought some which were shockingly thin and the adhesive strip would not stick. Best to pay a little extra.

i have bought some of these bags previously and in my opinion they are not 55Mu - they are much much thinner. And, the photo they use is a stock photo - not of the actual product - which is misleading. i won't buy mailing products from ebay for this reason anymore, but if you're not bothered about the thickness or quality of the mailing bag, then not a bad price. not for me tho.

golden

i have bought some of these bags previously and in my opinion they are … i have bought some of these bags previously and in my opinion they are not 55Mu - they are much much thinner. And, the photo they use is a stock photo - not of the actual product - which is misleading. i won't buy mailing products from ebay for this reason anymore, but if you're not bothered about the thickness or quality of the mailing bag, then not a bad price. not for me tho.



I buy from these guys item: 360673048443
Quality every time.

realtek

I wonder if they use one of the bags to post the bags?? lol




http://i.qkme.me/3v14u7.jpg

Why do so many people on ebay start their descriptions "Here we have..."

It's like they think they are at a real auction.. Cringeworthy!

Well, of course they send them in a bag, what else are they going to use? A jiffy bag?

Mailbags are not meant as replacements for jiffy bags, they are for a different sort of item altogether. I post clothes etc for which these, sadly, are are too small, but they certainly wouldn't need padding.

I once got a baseball cap in the post, tons of bubblewrap and a jiffy bag - totally pointless, especially as it meant he paid over for the postage.

Good price but a bit small for me

mrner01

Got a lot of negative feedback, sometimes cheaper isn't always better. … Got a lot of negative feedback, sometimes cheaper isn't always better. Cold for that reason I'm afraid.



99.7% Positive Feedback


They are less than 3 pence each..

Weird.. The seller has 500 bags priced at £16.70 yet 300 bags are £17.50

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mbuckhurst

That's a bit of a sweeping statement, it entirely depends what you're … That's a bit of a sweeping statement, it entirely depends what you're going to be sending. I've used over 1500 of these type of bags over the last couple of years, with no negative feedback and no damaged items that wouldn't have suffered the same fate if in a jiffy bag.Jiffy bags are a lot more expensive than this type of bag, and it's often possible to get more padding round something in a mailing bag than the equivalent sized jiffy bag.For me though, it's the weight that counts, when shipping something close to 100g, a jiffy bag not only adds 10p to the packaging costs, but can easily take an item into the £1.10 rate from £0.69. On cheaper items that's a lot extra.mike

agree about the postage but when I.ve posted cheap DVDs with thin bags I.ve had negatives slating the packing, to be honest these days all my Jiffy bags are free from music magpie

Original Poster

I use these bags all the time, they are perfect for what alot of people sell, just because its not the size you want doesnt mean its Cold lol.

You wouldn't vote a 40" TV Cold because you want a 42" one would you?

Daftfool666




haha
good one
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