Mylar Ziplock Heavy Duty Bag – 25cm x 40cm

Ideal size for: electronics, small laptops, tablets, tools and vehicle components, rice and pasta, cereals, oats and grains, nuts and pulses, and dehydrated meat and vegetables.

From £1.69

1 x Mylar Ziplock Heavy Duty Bag - 25cm x 40cm

£1.69

10 x Mylar Ziplock Heavy Duty Bags - 25cm x 40cm

£11.99

50 x Mylar Ziplock Heavy Duty Bags - 25cm x 40cm

£39.99

100 x Mylar Ziplock Heavy Duty Bags - 25cm x 40cm

£69.99

600 x Mylar Ziplock Heavy Duty Bags - 25cm x 40cm

£371.99

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  • 25cm x 40cm (10″ x 16″) external dimensions
  • 23cm x 34cm (9.1″ x 13.4″) internal dimensions
  • Approx 3,400ml (3.4 litres) volume
  • 7mil (178 microns) thickness
  • Food grade – safe for food storage
  • Zip-lock and heat sealable, flat bag (non-gusseted)
  • Pack sizes of 1, 10, 50, 100 and 600
  • Ideal for use with our 300cc oxygen absorbers and 60g silica gel desiccants

The 25cm x 40cm bag is the largest zip-lock bag in the Mylar Shop range. Heavy Duty 7mil (178 microns) thick, the zipper is approximately 2.5cm from the top leaving you plenty of room for your heat sealing, if you wish to heat seal the end (for extra long-term storage!)

Potential uses include storage of small amounts of dry foodstuffs, including rice and pasta, cereals, oats and grains, nuts and pulses, and dehydrated meat and vegetables.

Other uses include storage of important and precious paperwork, such as legal documents, house deeds, bank or mortgage statements or paper collectibles. This bag size is perfect for any A4 (21.7cm x 29cm) documents and is also great for clothing storage, e.g. T-shirts, shirts and sweaters.

Mylar Shop bags protect against oxygen, heat, pests, light and moisture.

Customer Reviews

  • Perfect package and item quality! Fast shipping! Great deal! AAA+++Seller+++

    5
    Jan Niks ,
    09 December 2017
  • Very good thickness. Still quite flexible, not a lot. But resistent to puncture.

    5
    Ivan Lakovic ,
    18 May 2015
  • Nice and thick. I use these to store important docs in office. No problems as yet!

    5
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    15 March 2015