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Size/Weight of Deep Covered Baker?

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Adrian

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Has anyone got a boxed DCB handy? I have a customer who wants to buy one from me cash & carry, but the one I ordered is on backorder so I don't have it here to give her a postage quote. I need to know if it will fix in a Priority Mail flat rate box that measures 12 X 12 X 6. I think it will, but I want to be sure because if I can't ship it flat rate, it will probably be a lot more due to the weight of it.

Thanks!

Adrian
 

ShelbyMichalek

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It's too long. I don't have one right now, I actually just gave one yesterday as a wedding gift. I know that box was at least 15" long because it sat in my living room for about 3 weeks and it was REALLY in the way. And it was probably closer to 8 or 9 " high.
 

DebbieJ

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There's no way it will fit in any flat rate box. She's better off ordering directly from Pampered Chef instead of you trying to ship it--it will be cheaper. Enter it as an individual order in P3.
 

NooraK

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There's no way it will fit in any flat rate box. She's better off ordering directly from Pampered Chef instead of you trying to ship it--it will be cheaper. Enter it as an individual order in P3.

This way she's also protected in case something happens during shipping, plus she gets the 3 year guarantee, which she would not if she buys it from you cash-and-carry.
 

Grandmarita

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I agree with post #4. The DCB is better shipped directly to her, than for you to get in
the middle. You would not want to have to warranty it for her, because you sold it cash and carry, and it got damaged in the second shipping. PC warranties the first shipping, but I doubt they would the second time around.

When I have extra products that I sell Cash and Carry, they are taken by the customer, and shipping does not become an issue.
 

NooraK

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When I have extra products that I sell Cash and Carry, they are taken by the customer, and shipping does not become an issue.

Thus, Cash and Carry :D
 
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Adrian

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Thanks for the info. I had not thought about the guarantee. I'll refer her to my website instead.

Thanks!

Adrian
 

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