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Large White Cardboard CD Mailer 6" X 6-3/8" with Adhesive Flap - 50 Pack

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  • Type Mailers with Flap & Seal
  • Color White
  • Size 6 X 6-3/8" inch
  • Quantity 50 Pack
  • Material White Cardboard
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Large White Cardboard CD Mailer  6" X 6-3/8" with Adhesive Flap - 50 Pack + Bestduplicator CDSLV-100-WH 100 Paper CD Sleeves with Window and Flap + Verbatim 700 MB 52x 80 Minute Branded Recordable Disc CD-R - 100-Disc Spindle, FFP 97458
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Information Packaging

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00065DGF0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (115 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 4, 2007

Product Description

This is the perfect mailer for delivering your disc via USPS, UPS or Fedex!

The mailer doesn't require any additional packaging to send via these carriers. It's easy to seal, and easy for the enduser to open.

Customer Reviews

This mailers worked great.
Gary J. Thompson
The disks were in the envelopes without any protection and with no extra adhesives.
Anna K. Davis
I would recommend this product to anybody shopping around.
MMorgan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

99 of 99 people found the following review helpful By RTR on June 9, 2010
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These mailers are excellent, but I had to go to the mat with my local Post Office. They insisted it had to be mailed as a package because of the stiffness. I printed out the info from the USPS website and returned to the Post Office. Eventually the supervisor contacted someone higher up and agreed I was correct--these go as "non-machinable letters." The dimensions information above is incorrect. When folded shut, these mailers are 5.7" h by 6.3" w. If they were over 6.1" high they could not go as a letter. I had enclosed a DVD with full-face label, inside a light sleeve, plus with a 4.7" square insert printed on card stock and the leftover DVD label sheet with end labels for a crystal case. This all came in under 2 oz. A regular letter of that weight would require $0.61 in postage, but because it is stiff (non-machinable) there is a surcharge of $0.20, so the postage was $0.81. My PO insisted because it contained a DVD that it must be a package. Wrong. By its dimensions it is a letter. Because it is stiff (also because it isn't sufficiently rectangular) there is an extra charge of 20 cents. Don't let them bully you into paying $1.39 postage for a "first-class mail package." If it were too large to be a letter (as in a large envelope), then being stiff would kick it up to requiring "first-class mail package," but its dimensions are within the "letter" limits. Hope this saves you some time and money!
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115 of 116 people found the following review helpful By beesquare on November 30, 2007
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Made of glossy-both-sides cardboard. Easy to write on with a ballpoint pen but if you want to use a fountain pen or roller ball with liquid ink, better use a paper label. Also, if you have a rubber stamp with "Media Mail" or "First Class" don't use it because the ink will smear. Use a sticker or write with a ballpoint instead. The cardboard material is thicker than a picture postcard but not quite as thick as the cardboad that comes with a new man's shirt. No internal padding, so the mailer is not as stiff as heavier and considerably more expensive ones I have been buying from Office Depot. However, I have been using Netflix DVD rental service successfully for years and their disk mailers are just flimsy paper, so I conclude that these mailers are very safe for mailing your disks even without the internal padding. The inside is glossy smooth, so it will not damage the surface of your disk. Overall sealed dimensions of the mailer are 6 inches x 5-15/16 inches. Unsealed dimensions are 6 inches x 7-5/8. These mailers are designed to mail disks either bare or in a paper or vinyl sleeve; there is not room inside for a plastic jewel case. The flap is securely self-sealing; just remove a paper strip to expose the adhesive and press the flap closed. The flap incorporates a perforated zip strip for easy opening of the package by the recipient. The description of "50 pack" is a bit misleading. A full pack of these contains more than 50 mailers so I received the quantity of 50 loose; i.e. not in sealed packaging; however that is not problem for me.

For calculating postage costs: each mailer weights 0.6 ounces empty, 1.2 ounces with one CD or DVD with paper sleeve, or 1.8 ounces with two disks in paper sleeves. The postal rate structure has gotten more complicated lately...
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Anna K. Davis on November 9, 2006
I used these envelopes to send copies of a DVD formatted slideshow that I made for all my friends that went on a cross-country trip with me over the summer. Every one of them, living all over the US, got the envelopes and watched the DVDs without complaining about any scratches or glitches. The disks were in the envelopes without any protection and with no extra adhesives. I'm very happy with their quality and would recommend them to anyone who wishes to send a friend a disk. They're light, strong, and good quality. Your disks won't be damaged at all! Mine weren't! I'm very satisfied with this product.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Evan Zucker on July 24, 2006
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I have purchased these mailers several times, and I have yet to find one that doesn't work as it should. Good quality control.
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These are excellent mailers, so 5 stars for that.

Just a note warning people not to go to the PO thinking that you'll be able to just talk to the clerk to get the proper 1st class letter rate-- GO PREPARED! PRINT OUT ALL OF YOUR SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS PROVING YOUR POINT AND BRING THEM WITH YOU. To the postal clerk you are just one more uninformed and annoying person that they want to finish with so that you will leave ASAP. They won't think that you have any understanding of postal rates or procedure and will think that you're at best misinformed (but more likely just a pain in the neck).

I was unable to discuss the proper rate with the postal clerk unlike one of the previous reviewers. The clerk just wouldn't hear me out to discuss what defined a letter (if it's not more than 6-1/8 inches high by 11-1/2 inches long by 1/4 inch thick and doesn't weigh more than 3.5 ounces, it's considered a letter). He said that since it's made out of stiff cardboard it's a package-- which is NOT one of the criteria for what defines a letter on the USPS website. Unfortunately for me I didn't print anything from the website to show him, but even if I did I think it just would have served to further antagonize him (and I was careful when I asked about the rate to be polite. Alas, he took it as an attack and snapped back). He was getting pretty annoyed-- I had the impression that even if I proved him wrong it wouldn't have been much of a victory so it was worth it for me to just pay the extra $1 and get out of there. I just had to trust his "25 years of experience doing this job, so I know what I'm doing".

Am I just venting? Yes-- yes I am. But I also hope this is informative. Good luck!
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