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Don't you just love the care taken!!!!

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Lucky they took notice of the sticker eh???:aggressive:   It could have been the "Royal" or "Aussie" post that tested the package for structural integrity.

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Glad the kite was very well wrapped tightly inside with bubble wrap, and all the 8 spars flexed enough!!!!

Anne my wife took a photo of it laying on the post office bench before she signed and collected it just in case.:good:

 

 

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I had two foil kites destroyed in the mail processes. Wrapped tightly in bubble wrap, but got caught in processing machinery. Tried patching and taping, but too much damage. Luckily they were only Panches.

Recommend kites be boxed for mailing. Now that seems to be no better.

Michael

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I love postal "services" . . . they take your money, they take the product, they don't take responsibility to deliver the product or even to not destroy it. Then they insist that you have to pay consumption tax on stuff you already paid tax on :rolleyes:

So need to start my own postal service . . .

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