Using bubble padded envelopes is a ideal way to send items through the mail that need to be protected from damage. Items like CDs, DVDs, brochures and photographs are ideally posted using padded envelopes. Sturdy and secure, padded envelopes can be sent via a range of postage options.
Available from post shops, stationers and office supply stores, Australia consumers can find the right sized envelope to fit their parcel. Many consumers choose to purchase padded envelopes online. Stanley Packaging offers consumers a wide selection of various padded envelopes of different sizes, quantities, and types.
Choose the Appropriate Sized Padded Envelope Guideline
The size envelope required depends on the size of the package being posted. When choosing an appropriate size, it pays to place the item in different sized envelopes to find out which size offers the best fit. The envelope should be large enough for the item to slip easily into, not too large that the item slips around inside the envelope or too small that the item has to be squished into the envelope. Padded Bubble Mailers come in a selection of standard sizes. The following table provides a list of these sizes and their corresponding measurements in millimetres.
Internal Envelope Size (mm)
90 x 45
|A7 size; ideal for posting jewellery and other small objects|
140 x 195
|Ideal for sending CDs|
170 x 245
|A5 size; ideal for posting DVDs|
205 x 245
|Useful for sending small gifts|
220 x 320
|Ideal for posting small items with some depth to them; desk diaries|
Bubble Padded Envelope 245mm x 335mm
|A4 size; useful for sending A4 papers and brochures|
260 x 345
|Ideal for posting books|
290 x 445
|Use to post clothing|
345 x 445
|A3 size; for large books or brochures|
If Aussie consumers are unable to measure the item in the envelope to find the right size, they can always measure the width, length, and depth of the item being posted and calculate the best padded envelope size this way. Consumers should also go a size up rather than down to ensure a nice fit without the risk of ripping the envelope.