Transformer packing question

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  1. Chykin

    Chykin Well-Known Member

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    I'm going to be moving in a couple weeks to Costa Rica, and I'm going to be packing them in a big box with a bunch of other stuff and shipping them down. The problem is that my mom made me throw out their packaging. Anybody know how I should wrap or protect my toys for shipping.
    If you need to know what kind of toys I have, here's a list:
    ROTF deluxe sidswipe,
    ROTF Leader class prime,
    Human Alliance Bumblebee,
    two Real Gear Robots,
    and Eight Robot Heroes.
     
  2. Alung

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    I think you should ship the Transformers separately by themselves or just take them as carry on luggage. What are the other things that you'll be stuffing them in the box with?
     
  3. Cyber-Kun

    Cyber-Kun UNLEASHED!

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    make sure they're in alt mode, they're usually sturdier that way. I stuff newspaper around them, that usually works, stuffing a deluxe in a sock works too
     
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    If available use Bubblewrap, if not wrap them in lots of newspaper.
     
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    TM2 D-bot Forsight Into the Future Veteran

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    Buy a Rubbermaid or similar container and pack some newspaper around them.
     
  6. MidnightBliss

    MidnightBliss Well-Known Member

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    If that is all you have, throw them in a backpack for carry-on fun. Otherwise, bubble wrap or plastic grocery bags in a box should work.
     

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