- Perforated upsable economy air bubble dispenser box
- Perforated every 12-inches, recommended for short shipping cycles
- Comes in a dispenser box for fast and easy use protecting your products
- Bubble withstands pressure and abuse absorbing and cushioning against shock and impact
- Protects edges and sharp corners from damage
Pratt Polyethylene Perforated UPSable Economy Air Bubble Dispenser Box, HPS12, 175' Length x 12" Width, 3/16" Thick, Clear
|Price:||$22.07 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
Specifications for this item
|Material Type||Polyethylene (PE)|
|EAN||0616641885625 , 6166418856258|
|Item Weight||4 pounds|
|Number of Items||1|
|Overall Height||19.5 inches|
|Overall Length||175 feet|
|Overall Width||12 inches|
|Specification Met||certified frustration-free|
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The Pratt HPS12 polyethylene perforated bubble roll, 175' x 12", is clear polyethylene bubble cushioning material with a 3/16" bubble height for protecting delicate and fragile package contents during shipping. This roll comes in a corrugated cardboard dispenser box for convenient storage and portion removal. The roll is cross-perforated every 12", like paper towels, for portioning without tools. The polyethylene is clear to show package contents before unwrapping, and is made with 15 percent post-industrial recycled content. This roll provides 175' of 12" wide bubble wrapping for commercial applications.
Bubble packing is a cushioning material used to protect items from damage and rough handling during shipping. It has two layers of plastic film with regularly spaced air-filled bubbles on one side. Typically wrapped around breakable items and held with tape, it is also available with cohesive or adhesive coatings to stick to itself or to the protected item. Bubble wrapping can generate static electricity through friction during shipping, so it is also available with an antistatic coating for use with sensitive electronic products.
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There's been some one star reviews because it doesn't "come in a box". It doesn't come as a box in a box, the box it's shipped in is THE dispenser box. This is intelligent and reduces waste, as there really isn't much need to put the box in another box.
Look at the narrow ends of the box for the die cut flap for dispensing the roll.
UPDATE. I reordered this product and was not shipped the dispenser box like I was before. It was a regular box with a roll of bubble wrap in it. Not sure why, but I will not be ordering from them anymore. It isn't worth the price they charge without the dispenser box being included. Plus the amount of bubble wrap is half the amount I had received before. Not good.
175 feet will get you pretty far, or perhaps even all the way. We had to wrap a lot of pottery, framed pictures, electronics, etc., so it actually took me a couple rolls to pack a 3 bedroom house (tried a few brands and found them all to be the same quality though this Pratt wrap was significantly cheaper), but one box of this individually wrapped about 40 framed pictures, 15 pottery bowls and vases, and 2 TV's, with a fair amount still left over. Hope I don't have to pack again any time soon, but next time I do I will come straight back for the Pratt Wrap.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Having this polyethylene wound and in a box is so convenient. I just have to pull a little out, cut it off, and the rest just stays in the box.Published 1 month ago by CJMusser
Other brands are much better. Very difficult to separate sheets.Published 3 months ago by Miss Doggy
Easy to use, and perfect dispenser to get however much I need. Easy to stack and keep organized.Published 4 months ago by Kay Cee
Repeat customer. Great for packing & shipping. Comes easily out the box & is perforated to tear off easily. A+Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Used this product to wrap dishes and delicate items during a big move. I love that the box serves as a dispenser and the bubble wrap is perforated. Read morePublished 6 months ago by C23