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# 177451 3-Aug-2015 10:11
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Hello.

I have an HDMI-VGA cable up on TM for sale.

Just wondering if its fine to send in a NZ Post bag? Was going to wrap it in bubble wrap as good as possible.

Or is there some kind of special wrapping I need to use or...?

Thanks.



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  # 1357576 3-Aug-2015 10:13
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We get cabling sent to us in courier bags all the time with no extra packing at all. So I would suggest you'll be fine.

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  # 1357683 3-Aug-2015 11:52
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Hmm, when I first read the title I thought the OP wanted to send a Telegram, :)

must be showing my age.....

 
 
 
 


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  # 1357687 3-Aug-2015 11:53
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wellygary: Hmm, when I first read the title I thought the OP wanted to send a Telegram, :)

must be showing my age.....


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  # 1357689 3-Aug-2015 11:54
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I was also first wondering about the telegram!

Then "why on earth would it not be ok to send a cable?!"





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