Perfect protection for sending handbags through the mail. These designer fashion mailing boxes are 3 x faster, incredibly strong and sturdy!
Looking for fashion mailing boxes? The S417 Mailbox pop-up mailing box has been researched to hold over 95% of womens handbag sizes sold by the major UK department stores. Thanks to the unique security features of these fashion packaging boxes, such as the the side locks and tamper-evident tear-strip, you can‚safely and securely mail high value designer handbags. It is very strong and three‚times faster to pack than a standard '0201' style corrugated box.‚ Using our strong and stiff corrugated cardboard with an attractive 'kraft' finish inside and out, the S417 is one of our largest mailboxes and as such is also used for bulkier clothing items such as jackets & ankle boots.‚ All mailboxes feature our leading hot melt peel'n'seal / red-tear-strip system for easy sealing and easy opening of the mailbox.‚ Our entire mailbox range is also 100% recyclable and FSC certified.
Business sense, brand strength, wow factor. All in one box!
These designer fashion mailing boxes are quick to assemble, 3 x faster to pack, sturdy and available at a low price.
The hinged lid opens up the wow factor with the S417 mailbox.
Hot melt adhesive gives the best, tight seal with these handbag postal‚boxes‚- at least twice the strength of standard double-sided tape.
The S417 mailbox is incredibly strong.
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