Order Your Bubble Envelopes in Bulk and Always Have Stock
While many might think most mail has become a rather digitally dominated industry, there is no denying the copious amounts of physical packages that travel the world every day. One of the commonly used types of packages is bubble envelopes – typical envelopes with a cushioned inside to protect contents made for sending smaller items.
The insides of these envelopes typically consist of either paper, bubble wrap, or a type of foam. Our specific bubble envelopes in Australia have bubble wrap inside. However, regardless of what the protective layer consists of, the purpose remains the same: keep the contents in the envelope safe.
What Items Should You Place in a Bubble Mailer Envelope
As mentioned, small bubble wrap envelopes protect the contents inside them, but understanding what types of content it can effectively protect is important so that you use it correctly. Here are some of the common items that require a little extra padding during shipping:
Books: While you might think a book can’t really get damaged that much during transit, the reality is that it can – and will – get damaged if you don’t protect it. Hard cover books especially benefit from the soft inside of small bubble wrap envelopes since the corners of these books can easily break through ordinary envelopes. Once these corners pierce the envelopes, they will sustain damage during transit. A4 bubble envelopes are perfect for books.
CDs/DVDs: Any form of storage disc will benefit from a bubble-padded envelope. Since these discs are extremely fragile and work less effectively once scratched, you should take utmost care during shipping. Rather provide it with a slightly more expensive envelope than have it arrive at its destination unusable.
Any electronics that can fit: Electronics might seem robust, but the truth is the delicate inner workings of most of the smaller electronics can easily break. Using bubble shipping envelopes to better protect electronics when shipped is certainly a smart move.
Jewellery: Many bits of jewellery can have sharp edges or points that – when it meets pressure – will pierce through ordinary envelopes. Bubble wrap mailing envelopes can help you get the jewellery to its destination undamaged.
What Sizes, Styles, and Types of Bubble Wrap Envelopes to Expect
Now that you know when to use a bubble package envelope, you probably want to know whether we can meet your demand when it comes to sizes, styles, and types. Here are some quick details regarding what we can provide:
A single type: we keep things simple and supply a single type of bubble packaging envelopes. These envelopes are all white and come with exterior information boxes to fill out before sending.
A variety of bulk sizes: if you’re looking to buy bubble envelopes in bulk, we can easily accompany requirements with 25, 50, 100, 200, 500, or 1 000 units per order.
Two varied sizes: our sizes include 160mm x 230mm and 215mm x 280mm options. These can comfortably fit papers and other objects such as small electronics, CDs/DVDs, books, and jewellery.
Always protect your mailed items with reliable bubble envelopes and avoid damage before they reach their destination.