March 11, 2013, 09:29pm
Storage bags for MOTUC, MOTU, 200X, NA He-Man, etc.
ALL BAGS HAVE BEEN SOLD BUT YOU CAN BUY STILL BUY DIRECT LIKE I DID FROM GTZIP.COM MINIMUM ORDER IS 1000 BAGS. THANKS FOR THE INTEREST. http://www.gtzip.com/ziplock/ucplain2mil.html
I recently noticed that some of my older action figures were getting sticky. I did some research, and found that the plastic bags I was storing them in could actually be causing them damage. So, I went ahead and purchased a box of 1000 5 x 8 2.0 mil storage bags from http://gtbag.com/ for storing my action figures.
I had learned that it's not a good idea to store loose action figures in regular sandwich bags. The plastic used in them is cheap and acidic. You can read more about it here: http://www.actionfigurefury.com/coll...gures-in-bags/
These bags are made of high quality non-acidic archival plastic. You can tell just by touching them that these are much higher quality plastic than your regular garden variety lunch bag. It's the same plastic that you might be using to store your comic books. If it's good enough for your comic books, why shouldn't it be good enough for your action figures?
These bags work great for storing a wide variety of action figures, including 200X figures. They can store all but the largest figures with their accessories. The only 200X figures I've had issues with have been Two-Bad and Whiplash. I could have fit Whiplash in the bag, but didn't want to squish his tail.
Now I have about 0 packs of 100 bags left over. I'm not looking to make a profit here, just recoup some of my money, so the price is $5 per bag of 100, plus actual shipping. Each pack of 100 weighs about 12oz, which I think will be about $3 in CONUS, but I can give a more accurate quote with a zip code.
I will try to ship out same day and ship USPS with delivery confirmation so you can safely store your figures ASAP.. Here's some shots of them in action:
Last edited by goluphi; March 12, 2013 at 02:03pm.