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Postal Tubes Manilla 940 x 50 mm 10pk

Viking Number Q23-1136496

Damage-free delivery for posters, artwork, plans or maps

Sturdy, spiral-bound cardboard postal tubes keep your larger documents crease-free and safe.

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(£21.59 incl. VAT)
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Damage-free delivery for posters, artwork, plans or maps

SAFE. Your documents are delivered damage-free, protected by sturdy spiral-bound cardboard.

ATTRACTIVE. Plastic end caps not only look good but provide extra security.

Plastic end caps included.

Environmental attribute:Recycled - 100%

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Viking Number 1136496 
Basic Product Colour Brown 
Brand Smartbox Pro 
Colour Brown 
Dimensions H x W x D mm 940 X 50 mm 
EAN 4033657961956 / 5019936192692 
Interior Depth 940 mm 
Interior Width 50 mm 
Material Cardboard 
Product Type Postal Tubes 
Qty per Unit 10 
Recycled Yes 
Recycled Content 100% 
Seal Plastic Caps 
Suitable For For sending drawings, posters and large-format documents 
Unit Pack 
Warranty Manufacturer Smartbox Pro GmbH 
Weight (gsm) 162gsm 
What's in the Box Plastic end caps included 
Postal Tubes Manilla 940 x 50 mm 10pk
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Postal Tubes Manilla 940 x 50 mm 10pk reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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Scores 7.8 out of 10 based on 4 reviews
8 out of 10


Very strong
Too long to be a medium parcel. Needs 4cm cut off the end
Confirmed purchase: 14 July 2015
Published on: 04 August 2015
8 out of 10


Wolverhampton GB I own postal tubes!!
perfect for painting silver and building a replica pipe organ, which you can play in the nude (apart from a neck tie) like Terry Jones in monty python's flying circus..
Can't be used for storing fresh otter!
Confirmed purchase: 29 October 2012
Published on: 16 December 2012
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