Stefan jL wrote:It looks like it was packaged good enough by the pictures... DHL have probably run over it with a truck.
Stefan jL wrote:I know it is not perfect but should be good enough,
joska wrote:When shipping something fragile like retro computers there is only two real options - original box (with inserts!) or a crate.
mikro wrote:... that being said, I'm shipping my Aussie Falcon, STE, SC1435 and SC1224 in crates.
Rustynutt wrote:However, the lesson learned, no matter how bad you want to look, is to refuse the package.
farvardin wrote:Rustynutt wrote:However, the lesson learned, no matter how bad you want to look, is to refuse the package.
that's pretty relevant. So now we have a responsibility of more like 40% sender, 40% DHL and 20 % receiver. But I understand how temping it could be to open the package instead of refusing it.
soviet9922 wrote:Even good packaging don't save you from the hardships of the mail system
Like this i ship this computer to a guy in the US, it was in its original box including original inserts and the original box was inside another sturdy box + padding. And he got this:
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