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Be fair - he did not say that , he said it was packed poorly . thrown in a box with no protection is packed negligently .Jonty2547 wrote:So the equipment was literally just thrown in a cardboard box with no protection?
I can't imagine they were sent out like that?
bubble wrap was there too.
I have no pictures to prove it and I would take them if I knew what's going to happen.
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Packing safely is a nightmare. I have some floor standing TDL Studio 1M's with metal plinths I'm desperate to shift, but panic as I have no means of packing them at the moment and we're too remote for house calls, which my wife doesn't want anyway The Krell is also on the way out this week and again, a humungous lump (even though it's the baby of its range) that weighs a ton, although my dear old pal just off the M11 is going to help with this one...
I'm lumbered with a now value-less collection of striking and chiming clocks, the less good examples gradually being donated to charity shops. When received, I had carefully packed clocks coming with smashed glass and sometimes broken bezels, where a notable one, a favourite of mine (Smiths Hamilton if anyone wants to look it up) came fully intact but was covered in a thin coat of bubble-wrap and shoved in a thin cardboard box with no clearance.
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