Bubble envelopes are very essential tools in the transfer of dry goods from one place to another. Basically, it cushions and protects the delicate items within an envelope from the bumps and the sudden stops of the transportation. These kinds of envelope are, in truth, modern innovations. They may look a bit crude, but they are actually an embodiment of a technological leap.

History-Several decades ago, people had products and goods delivered to other places through boxes. These boxes were stuffed with soft and cushion-y materials which would absorb the bumps or the waves. Of course, these were very effective. And, unless the ship carrying the box crossed paths with a typhoon or a freak storm , the box seldom failed to reach its destination in one piece.

Disadvantages of Boxes- The bad thing about it was the humongous size of the boxes. This is, in fact, the first in the list of bad things about this relatively ancient means of transporting goods. Basically, the boxes were either too small or too big for the things that you want to send.

Secondly, boxes could not really guarantee the safe transportation of your goods to their destinations. In large boxes, for example, there is a real possibility that the goods inside would bump violently against each other. As such, there is never an assurance that your goods would make it.

Thirdly, and most importantly, the time it took for the boxes to arrive at their destination was just a little too inconvenient. Basically, as these cargoes normally travel by ship, you could sometimes expect your goods to arrive after a few months, if not years.

The Arrival of the Bubble-Fortunately, the modern wrapping envelope was conceived. Basically, this envelope is built with modern innovations that enable these envelopes to actually carry any material, however fragile or however big, from one destination to another without much fear of breaking.

  The wrapping envelope is basically made of plastic with pockets of air positioned strategically all over the wrap. Rolled together, these pockets of air are indispensible tools against rough rides, whether on land, at sea, or in the air. Indeed, the air pockets, also known as bubbles, are very effective in protecting fragile and sensitive envelope contents from the worst that nature can hurl at them.

Additional Benefits-Furthermore, these wrapping materials are actually pretty inexpensive. As a matter of fact, one can even use these envelope bubbles over and over again. Provided, of course, that you are not childishly tempted to pop all those fun looking bumps on your envelope.

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