Mylar bags and oxygen absorbers - prices

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Re: Mylar bags and oxygen absorbers - prices

Postby hobo » Tue Nov 20, 2012 2:01 pm

Triple_sod - 25 19 x 29” bag and 25 2000cc oxygen absorbers
Reservoir - 25 10 x 14” bag and 25 300cc oxygen absorbers
Puffpuffmew - 10 10 x 14” bags and 10 300cc oxygen absorbers
pseudonym - 10 19 x 29” bags and 10 2000cc oxygen absorbers
pseudonym - 10 10 x 14” bags and 10 300cc oxygen absorbers
KalPrep - 15 19 x 29" bags and 15 2000cc oxygen absorbers
hobo 100 x 300cc oxygen absorbers

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Re: Mylar bags and oxygen absorbers - prices

Postby Rosesandtea » Tue Nov 20, 2012 4:05 pm

Triple_sod - 25 19 x 29” bag and 25 2000cc oxygen absorbers
Reservoir - 25 10 x 14” bag and 25 300cc oxygen absorbers
Puffpuffmew - 10 10 x 14” bags and 10 300cc oxygen absorbers
pseudonym - 10 19 x 29” bags and 10 2000cc oxygen absorbers
pseudonym - 10 10 x 14” bags and 10 300cc oxygen absorbers
KalPrep - 15 19 x 29" bags and 15 2000cc oxygen absorbers
hobo 100 x 300cc oxygen absorbers

Rosesandtea - 30 10 x 14 inch bags + 10, 300cc absorbers ($17.50 plus postage)

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Re: Mylar bags and oxygen absorbers - prices

Postby itsybitsy » Tue Nov 20, 2012 4:57 pm

Triple_sod: 25 10 x 14” bag and 25 300cc oxygen absorbers
Puffpuffmew: 10 10 x 14” bags and 10 300cc oxygen absorbers
pseudonym: 10 19 x 29” bags and 10 2000cc oxygen absorbers
pseudonym: 10 10 x 14” bags and 10 300cc oxygen absorbers
KalPrep: 15 19 x 29" bags and 15 2000cc oxygen absorbers
hobo: 100 x 300cc oxygen absorbers
Rosesandtea: 30 10 x 14 inch bags + 10, 300cc absorbers ($17.50 plus postage)
Hillingdonpete: 20 of the large bags and 30 of the 2000cc absorbers
Arzosah:10 10 x 14 bags and 10 300cc oxygen absorbers
Reservoir: 25 10 x 14 bags and 25 300cc oxygen absorbers

Any more for any more before I obtain the shipping/handling costs?

Don't forget folks, that I also have to post these out to you from the UK. I intend to do this standard second class postage, unless anyone wants recorded, etc. I will let each of you know how much your UK postage is once I've been to the Post Office and got them all weighed. :mrgreen:
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Re: Mylar bags and oxygen absorbers - prices

Postby Reservior » Tue Nov 20, 2012 9:13 pm

I'm still comitted, if you were looking for confirmation, just let me know how and when to pay.

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Re: Mylar bags and oxygen absorbers - prices

Postby chris8472 » Tue Nov 20, 2012 10:31 pm

as i've never used mylar bags before how much rice would the smaller bags hold :?:

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Re: Mylar bags and oxygen absorbers - prices

Postby itsybitsy » Wed Nov 21, 2012 9:19 am

chris8472 wrote:as i've never used mylar bags before how much rice would the smaller bags hold :?:


I would say around 3kg of rice. I generally keep rice/pasta in it's original packaging (buy it in 1kg packs) and THEN mylar it. I just put two or three pin holes in the product packaging before I pop it into the mylar bags, throw a couple of oxy absorbers and then seal. I find that keeping the product in its original packets gives an added layer of protection against any damage that may occur as sometimes pasta can pierce mylar bags.
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Re: Mylar bags and oxygen absorbers - prices

Postby Reservior » Wed Nov 21, 2012 7:20 pm

itsybitsy wrote:. I just put two or three pin holes in the product packaging before I pop it into the mylar bags, throw a couple of oxy absorbers and then seal. I find that keeping the product in its original packets gives an added layer of protection against any damage that may occur as sometimes pasta can pierce mylar bags.


So blooming obvious and yet I'd never thought of that! Thanks for the tip!

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Re: Mylar bags and oxygen absorbers - prices

Postby itsybitsy » Tue Dec 04, 2012 6:47 pm

I haven't forgotten about the mylar folks, I've just been snowed under for a while with real-world stuff! Got the shipping cost, so I just need to work out the VAT now *sigh* and we're back up and running. Thanks for your patience.
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Re: Mylar bags and oxygen absorbers - prices

Postby Triple_sod » Tue Dec 04, 2012 11:36 pm

No worries itsy, think I speak for everyone when I say we really appreciate you going to the trouble to set this up, :D
(Plus I'd completely forgot to add VAT so nice to know I'll probably have another pay check in before it's time to send the monies... :lol:)

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Re: Mylar bags and oxygen absorbers - prices

Postby Rosesandtea » Wed Dec 05, 2012 10:53 am

Don't worry, Itsy and I join in thanking you for organising this.

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