Photo paper via post

  Fordy 10:39 02 Jan 2004

Often on this site Choice stationery/7day shop etc. are recommended for their photo paper.

Having seen damaged packs in PCW/Jessops where someone has obviously dropped them, and seen on TV in the Post Office sorting rooms them throwing packages into baskets 20 feet away, I have never had the courage to place an order.

Does it realy arrive in perfect condition?

  byfordr 10:58 02 Jan 2004

I've have ordered a few times from here click here The photo paper has its normal packaging, plus they tend to put it inside a box with a cardboard stiffener. Not used 7dayshop for paper, but have used it for several otherthings which have always been well packed.

  shifty 11:11 02 Jan 2004

Have ordered paper from both choice stationary and 7dayshop and all have arrived in excellent condition. Most orders arriving surrounded in layers of bubble wrap or boxed surrounded in foam pellets. One order from 7dayshop was for A3 paper which you would think would stand a greater chance of damage, but it arrived perfectly.

  mikef. 12:18 02 Jan 2004

Same here from 7day, no problems arrived in perfect condition.

  Sheila-214876 12:41 02 Jan 2004

I have used Choicestationery for the last 4 years and have not had any delivery arrive in a damaged state. Have also used 7dayshop and again, no damage sustained. Most suppliers know how the Post Office work and pack their goods accordingly.

  Fordy 15:05 02 Jan 2004

on that advice I'll probably 'risk' an order

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