2-channel bag to hold 7 rolls each (total 14 rolls with total aprox weight just over 3 1/2" lbs. ) w/velcro closure and has soft padding on the bottom. There is a portion of the filled bag shown in the pic has rolls inserted (top bag). There is 1/2" space between the two channels creating an outside channel to add an additional 7 rolls (temporarily when needed) on top to increase weight even more by 1 1/4 lbs. lol...can't imagine anyone needing 5 lbs. of weight, though.
IWish wrote:The first photo is pretty dark - here's a lightened version. Designing 24" bags to ship "unfilled" lowers shipping costs and requires $7.00 in penny rolls to fill them yourself. (It isn't necessary to unroll the penny roll paper wrappers to use. Easy peasy.)
IWish wrote:Thanks for your nice words.
Good point regarding the width of the bag, time. The 24" bags are designed to hold 7 rolls in each channel - they fit 'snug' with minimal side-to-side sliding inside. Using 8 rolls each channel will make for some super-long bags - at aprox 28"+ I'd imagine they'd be unwieldy. Dunno' maybe that's just me. Heh.
I don't have a flat file, but it seemed to me that 24" width was a good size - in case some want to use them in their flat file cabinet drawers. These bags have a low profile (height) that might make them suitable.
If anyone else has questions, don't hesitate to ask.
time wrote:These looks very promising! And considering the many IWish weight bags we have (and love) already, we're looking forward to trying these. By the way, just a thought. Since the width of the prints tend to be 24" or shorter, maybe these should be 24 1/2" or 25" so they hang a little off each side to flatten properly. Otherwise, you have to get them just right to fit on the corners, which tend to be where most of us put the "regular" sized bags.
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