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Hat Box 9 x 5" (216 x 125mm) Red

SKU: HAT85R

£47.52 inc. VAT (£39.60 ex. VAT)

£ 47.52 inc. VAT (£ 39.60  ex. VAT)

Dimensions = Diameter x height

Sold in packs of 12

No
Corrugated Cardboard
Yes
9 mm
5 mm

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9" Hat Box - perfect for fascinators.

 


The height of this box is 5" (124mm) and at the widest point is 9 ⅞ (250mm) and at the narrowest 8 ¾ (220mm) wide.

These hat boxes are made in a substantial 1600-micron, acid-free, corrugated board and printed in high gloss Red. They are very strong and can be stacked. Supplied flat to save space for storage until needed. It is easily erected into its' hexagonal shape. See the video below for instructions. Comes with a cord handle.

All of our hat boxes are made in the UK, from acid free board, and with a colourfast varnish.

Should you need a much shallower box, they can be cut down using a craft knife and care!
 

 

 


 
 
 

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We believe that packaging doesn’t have to cost the earth.

Our aim is to help you deliver a great experience to your customers through creative, cost-effective and memorable product packaging. We are also here to make life as easy as possible for our customers, especially when it comes to sustainability. This is why we have built the Meanwell Mission, better for your business, your customers, and the world in which we live.

 

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We believe that packaging doesn’t have to cost the earth.

Our aim is to help you deliver a great experience to your customers through creative, cost-effective and memorable product packaging. We are also here to make life as easy as possible for our customers, especially when it comes to sustainability. This is why we have built the Meanwell Mission, better for your business, your customers, and the world in which we live.

 

How Can I help?