Hi, Kimberly! We apologize that you were not given the box that is included with this kit. Please return to the U-Haul center you purchased the kit from with your receipt to get the box. Again, we apologize for the inconvenience!
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Hey, Jessica! We are sorry you did not receive the box that comes with the glass pack kit. Please return to the center from which you purchased the kit with your receipt and let them know you did not receive the box. They will be able to get you one. Thank you!
Hello, Sherry! No, we would not recommend shipping glassware with a glass pack box kit. Thanks for asking!
Hi, Joy! Aside from the foam bags, we also recommend filling any empty/vacant space in the box with either wrapping paper or packing peanuts. Filling extra space will prevent items from shifting during transit. If your items are extra fragile, we also recommend additional cushion foam or wrapping paper to wrap items in for extra protection. Also, make sure the box is properly sealed with shipping tape! I hope all of that is helpful!
Hi, Molly! As long as the glasses are in foam pouches, it doesn't particularly matter which way you place them in the box. Thank you!
Hi, Melissa! This kit creates 18 cells, each measuring 4 inches long, 4 inches wide, and 11 inches tall. Since tea cup sizing can vary, I would measure your tea cups to make sure they will fit into the cells of this kit before purchasing. Thanks for asking!
Hello! The retail price listed on this page ($10.20 USD) includes the box, 18 reusable foam pouches, and the 7-piece cell-divider kit. Thanks for asking!
Hi, Frank! Our glass pack kit should work great with a shot glass collection. My suggestion would be to place each shot glass in one of the included foam pouches and fill any extra space in each cell with wrapping paper. I hope that is helpful!
If you are planning on using the cell kit, your wine bottles will have to fit in the 4"x4"x11" cells.
But, our Wine Shipping Kits are a perfect alternative for keeping your wine safe during transit.
Yes, it comes as an unassembled box.
The Glass Pack will be a great solution for your needs. We recommend using some bubble material also as you describe your items as extremely fragile.
First, you put the cell-divider together and place it in the box. Next, place your glassware in the foam pouches and slide them into the individual cells in the box.
No, the boxes that come with the Glass Pack Kit are not double walled.
We recommend our Kitchen Packer Kit for your needs.
You can always call the Box Order Line at 1-866-277-6855 to place an order over the phone!
Yes, it will work great for wine glasses. Please be sure your glasses are not larger than the cells the dividers create (4" x 4" x 11" or the foam pouches (7" x 11-1/8" when flat).
Aby, that depends on the size of your coffee mugs.
If your mugs are less than 4" W x 4" L x 11" H then yes, they will fit in the Glass Pack divider kit. Thank you!
Hi, Becky! The box is included in the Glass Pack Kit. The retail price gets you 18 reusable foam pouches, a 7 piece cell divider unit, and an easy-to-lift box with handles. Thank you!
Our moving supplies manager writes: "The extra space in each cell can be utilized by stacking smaller glasses. Each glass should have its own protective pouch and I recommend using some crumpled U-Haul Wrapping Paper in between the glasses."
Our mattress bags are designed for moving and storage protection. Not necessarily "Shipping". Thanks.
Yes. The box shown is the only box for this kit. The dividers create 18 "Cells" that are 4"x4" wide and 11" high. Any glass up to those measurements can be packed into the cells.
Sorry. To answer this correctly, we would need your dimensions.
Hi, Valerie! The box included with the Glass Pack Kit meets shipping standards and can be shipped via USPS. Thank you for asking!
Each foam pouch measures 7" x 11-1/8".
The cells are 4" x 4" and 11" high. Your 4-1/2" wide glasses will not fit in these cells. They are a 1/2 inch too wide.
The cells are 4"x4"x11". The kit is designed to hold 18 glassware, crystal, stemware and/or porcelain figurines.