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I received mine ok with instruction card, I think it must be the sorting machinery that's ripping the letters, perhaps it is older machines in certain districts causing the problems.
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I'll just wait a bit longer before re-posting out the Sugru to people who have not received any.

Angie has been making good use of it here- sugru-pen-jar-t80028.html
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I got mine on Friday, but the idiots on reception failed to tell me I had post till today
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got mine today got a lot of projects coming up soon will be sure to have a use for it one of them :thumbleft:
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Got mine today....... :thumbleft:

I said the postal service in Verwood was poor..Posted 1st class on the 17th, so 3 working days....
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wine~o wrote:Got mine today....... :thumbleft:

I said the postal service in Verwood was poor..Posted 1st class on the 17th, so 3 working days....
Maybe a better class of crooked postie in your neck of the woods,he'll have taken the envelope home,steamed it open and once he's found out no cash was to be had,sealed the envelope back up and posted it through your letterbox. This all takes time wine-o.
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steviejoiner74 wrote:
wine~o wrote:Got mine today....... :thumbleft:

I said the postal service in Verwood was poor..Posted 1st class on the 17th, so 3 working days....
Maybe a better class of crooked postie in your neck of the woods,he'll have taken the envelope home,steamed it open and once he's found out no cash was to be had,sealed the envelope back up and posted it through your letterbox. This all takes time wine-o.
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wine~o wrote:
steviejoiner74 wrote:
wine~o wrote:Got mine today....... :thumbleft:

I said the postal service in Verwood was poor..Posted 1st class on the 17th, so 3 working days....
Maybe a better class of crooked postie in your neck of the woods,he'll have taken the envelope home,steamed it open and once he's found out no cash was to be had,sealed the envelope back up and posted it through your letterbox. This all takes time wine-o.
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I have ordered some small jiffy bags and will repost to people who's package was damaged when they arrive, they should be here in the next few days :wink:
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ultimatehandyman wrote:I'll just wait a bit longer before re-posting out the Sugru to people who have not received any.

Angie has been making good use of it here- sugru-pen-jar-t80028.html
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hi my never turned up not even empty envelope and i chose pink

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Mine arrived today with packaging intact, but I had to pay £1.11p for 'insufficient' postage.
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Mine arrived today. Something breaks here every couple of days, (or seems to) so it'll come in handy. :lol:
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mine came to day thank little brown jiffy bag with a card don't know it this is the first sent or a replacement but thanks

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ghostrider wrote:mine came to day thank little brown jiffy bag with a card don't know it this is the first sent or a replacement but thanks

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That's the replacement.

The first ones were sent in a plain envelope.

I can't believe that when you put something in a small jiffy bag the cost of posting it goes up 30p

Who would ever of imagined that it would cost close to a quid to post something weighing 5 grams!

I remember now why I don't sell stuff on ebay :wink:
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