Medium varigauge premium carrier bags, 375mm x 450mm + 75mm (15in x 18in + 3in). Available in 4 colour variations:
- Dark Blue
Sold in packs of 25.
Not sure what these dimensions mean? Click here!
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|How does it compare to a typical supermarket carrier?
||Varigauge Premium Carrier Bags
||Typical Supermarket Carrier Bag
Slightly shorter but a little wider than a typical supermarket carrier.
||375mm x 450mm + 75mm
(15in x 18in + 3in)
|305mm x 483cm x 533mm
(12in x 19in x 21in)
||45 - 27.5 micron
(180 - 110 gauge)
Between 35% - 60% thicker than a typical supermarket carrier.
Note that a varigauge carrier bag is thicker at the top than it is at the bottom. This is why we've listed a thickness range rather than a single thickness value above.
|What does it look and feel like?
Varigauge carrier bags combine great looks with superior quality and strength and are generally considered a far superior bag compared to cheap and cheerful "vest" type supermarket carriers which favour function over form. This varigauge carrier is manufactured from a low density polythene which means it feels smooth and thick to touch when compared with a supermarket carrier. Low density polythene also lacks the noisy scrunch that is often associated with cheaper, lower quality carrier bags like supermarket carriers. As such, you'll find varigauge carrier bags are a preferred carrier bag for high class retailers who sell quality products. You'll find varigauge carrier bags in stores selling high value goods such as computer retailers or the likes of Harrods and other high end retailers. This type of carrier bag is usually associated with good quality or premium products.
|What's it used for?
A very strong, top quality carrier bag. Popular with many retailers who want to suggest an air of quality about their products. This covers everything from fashion to consumer electronics retailers as well as photo studios and art galleries. The clear version of this carrier bag is particular popular with retailers who want to show off or advertise the product within the bag to other people. The customer effectively becomes a walking advertisement for the product within the bag and if a passer by sees that someone is carrying one of these products then they themselves may be more inclined to purchase.
|What do the dimensions mean?
|Let's take the the Standard bag as an example, 375mm x 450mm + 75mm (15in x 18in + 3in) means:
Still confused? Take a look at the diagram below:
- the bag width is 375mm (15in)
- the bag length is 450mm (18in)
- the bag has a bottom gusset of 75mm (3in)
- A = 375mm (15in)
- B = 450mm (18in)
- C = 75mm (3in)