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They have a white section on them so you can write on them with a marker pen, and they have a sliding tab which makes them so much easier to open and seal them.
I find them useful for packing away sets when space needs to be reclaimed!
i need a place with lot's of outlets in the south of england
so a shop i can walk into be nice. thanks.
it take me 3 weeks to find what to call the same bag's
@chrisalddin - have a look at this before you disregard ebay:
I've ordered several thousand of these from this seller and they're brilliant value for money; for example 1000 of 89mm x 114mm for £8.95 delivered! They ship via Royal Mail 48hr, usually within a day or so.
ok i dont like e-bay but this is a item that been got by others and recommended it for me to get. that i can live with.
i have booked marked this link,
thanks for the help.
one think i like about this seller is that size are in both type, (as i only know MM (CM) off the top of my head this is a big help.
now i just have to work out the size i will need.
again thank you.
I buy mine on Amazon, I paid about £3 for 1000 1.5*2.5 inch bags.
Oh! They're for minifgs.
Free delivery on your first order, too.
I fit partially disassembled Bionicle Protectors into sandwich bags (6.5x6.5in, 17x17cm).
@jonboy2000 is on the same track, though snack bags are more like half the height of sandwich bags. Quart bags are slightly taller, and gallon bags about 1.5 times as tall and wide.
I use old pill jars for storing various small items, including tinier LEGO pieces.