General Chat Thread, Interesting packaging! in General; Just looking for a few Netgear switches and the packaging details on this one made me laugh
Anyone know ...
1st May 2014, 10:31 AM #1
Just looking for a few Netgear switches and the packaging details on this one made me laugh
Anyone know what 'Certified Frustration free packaging' is?
1st May 2014, 10:33 AM #2
I would assume any packaging that:
Doesn't slice open your hands
Doesn't take half a day to open
Is like playing pass the parcel with a group of folks with OCD
Isn't overkill - an entire Euro pallet for a mouse for instance
Isn't a stick of laptop memory floating in a 2 foot by 2 foot box full of packing chips
It's rather scraping the barrel of selling points!
Thanks to synaesthesia from:
hardtailstar (1st May 2014)
1st May 2014, 11:47 AM #3
It's an Amazon thing. It doesn't come hermetically sealed into Katana-grade plastic, but in simple brown cardboard instead (usually). Usually the same price as the normal product, if you have a choice, get the Frustration Free package
1st May 2014, 12:06 PM #4
Amazon.co.uk: Amazon Frustration Free Packaging
Its pretty good, though I did have a mobile phone telephone headset sent to me in a package that wasnt glued down and open loosely both ends in their foldover carton packaging, but on the whole its good on the packaging, even if their rep for other stuff isn't great depending on what you read
1st May 2014, 12:16 PM #5
oh I thought it was just a selling point.....
1st May 2014, 12:35 PM #6
Slight side point, but these are the switches we have been buying
1st May 2014, 12:53 PM #7
Originally Posted by Danp
1st May 2014, 12:55 PM #8
Ha! Been happy with them, they do what they need to do.
Originally Posted by SYNACK
1st May 2014, 01:38 PM #9
For how long though? TP stands for something else! Not sure what's worse, TP or D!
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