So today the LC1 came in that I bought from "Bearda" on here. The outside just looked like a normal box, but when I first opened it up, I was impressed with the packaging. I've had some things sent to me that were REALLY poor in shipping quality with things that were FAR more expensive. For this reason, I present you with the proper way to package parts and the wrong way to take pictures. These are on the best camera I have...... My 2 year old HTC Evo.
Note- I shake worse then someone with Parkinson's so I had to take several pictures a few times over to make them come out halfway visible.
Outside of package- Looks well taped, no breaks in the box. Fedex handled with care. Props to them for that.
Notice the well fluffed packing material on the top? In case your shipping company preference decides to put a 100 pound box on top of your package, if you pack it like this, it will hold fine.
The next round is a two for one special, just in case you didn't notice the inch of packing material around the unit, I pulled it up a bit to see it better. Again, very nice...
And now you can see the extra room given without the packing material. If your shipping company employee is having a bad day and decides to drop kick the box, this extra inch between the inner box and the outer box with packing material between should make sure that sweet WBO2 I bought from you doesn't have to pay the price.
Pay close attention to the bottom packing material. Another inch of it separates the bottom of the main box from the bottom of the goodies box.
Now notice the great packaging of the goodies box with its nice layer of a recycled grocery bag. Props for recycling you green little Miata lover.
Tape? Again, perfect. Do like him, don't skimp on it. Its cheap from HF and it does its job great.
What's this!?! An original package!?! Sweet! Good work saving it so I can feel like I bought a brand new setup even though I saved millions. This is better then switching to Geico!!!
Again, impressed again by this.... I can never get all the stuff that comes with these toys to fit in the package they came in, but somehow he was able to get an extra sensor in along with more soft packing material. Baller.
Cap still on the sensor. Infection control at its finest.
The entire contents of the package. Nothing missing. This is like a home run on the first date with a model.... Who doesn't have AIDS!
This made me
a bit..... BUNG! I'm still a pup I guess, at least to all you old timers.
Now you know how to properly package my parts. No excuses.