We take our packaging very seriously. Some shipping methods are more prone to damage and some postal carriers are not as cautious as they should be when handling your package. In order to minimize the chance of you receiving a damaged item, we make sure to pack items as carefully as possible. Check out our packing methods below!
We start out by bubble wrapping each item individually. In cases where there are multiple small items of the same size, multiple items may be bubble wrapped together.
Next, we add cushioning to the bottom of our singe-wall corrugated box (these boxes add an extra layer of protection for transit). We then position the bubble wrapped item in the box carefully. We make sure to leave room on each side for additional padding.
Next, we add cushioning to all four sides of the item. We make sure there are no gaps in the cushioning so that the item moves as little as possible during transit. Then, as a final touch, we fill the box to the brim with bubble wrap so that all six sides of the item have sufficient cushioning.
The package gets taped up and is ready to go!
Nendoroid or figma
Just like with scale figures, we start out by bubble wrapping the Nendoroid. Next, we add a layer of bubble wrap to the bottom of the box.
Then, after positioning the Nendoroid in the box, we add padding to all four sides. After getting a final layer of bubble wrap on top, the Nendoroid is all ready to go!
Multiple Nendoroids or figmas
If an order includes multiple Nendoroids or figmas, we will bubble wrap a maximum of three of them together. If, for any reason, the boxes are not the same size, we will wrap each item individually.
After layering the bottom of the box with bubble wrap, the Nendoroids/figmas are placed in the box and are surrounded on all four sides with additional padding.
A final layer of bubble wrap is added to the top so all six sides are well-cushioned. Now the package is ready to be taped up and on its way!
Because video game cases are generally the same size, we group games into a large bundle and bubble wrap them together.
We then add a layer of bubble wrap to the bottom of the box and to all four sides, once the games have been position within the box.
Notice how the cushioning on the sides are extra long? This is so we can fold them over, creating a thick layer of cushioning on top. Once the package is all taped up and labeled, this order is good to go!