Vinyl Record Mailers

• Fitted record mailers for up to 3 vinyl records
• Environmentally friendly, 100% recyclable
• No need for tape! Adhesive strip for a frustration-free unboxing experience

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318 x 318 x 13mm - for LP and Vinyls - CPF010
343 x 343 x 50 mm - for LP and Vinyls - CPF013
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 The vinyl mailers are ideal for posting LPs safely to ensure your customers never open the box or envelope containing a broken or scratched vinyl record! Designed to ship up to 3 LPs at once without any additional packaging. Both options have a secure peel and seal to keep the LPs in place during transit, No need for tape! The tear strip guarantees an easy and fast opening when taking out the LPs for a frustration-free unboxing experience. Made from recycled cardboard for the best record mailers for shipping LPs.

Recommended for

  • LPs and vinyl records

  • Music publishers and distributors


  • Box thickness of 2 mm of brown cardboard made of recycled paper quality up to 85gsm

  • Environmentally friendly, 100% recyclable

  • All dimensions shown are internal dimensions

  • Those products are not designed to be used for heavy duty products unless stated otherwise, not to be used under high humidity or high temperatures conditions

  • All dimensions may vary by up to 3mm


What makes this the best vinyl packaging design?

The DS Smith ePack vinyl mailer. What makes it the best vinyl packaging? Firstly, your environmentally conscious customers and clients (which is nearly everyone nowadays) appreciate that the fitted mailer comes without a ton of excess packaging. The self-adhesive closure further cuts down on the cost to you and the environment as there is no need for the unconscionable amount of tape that often encases packages to keep the contents secured! Finally, our vinyl record mailers reinforced edges add extra protection for your product.

Easy assemble: efficient packaging & no fiddly features

Our record mailers are designed so that they can be easily assembled in just 3 moves. Simply insert your vinyl inside and fold the protective cover according to how many vinyls are inside (1-3): fold, remove the cover over the self-adhesive tape and it’s done! Products placed inside and sealed, you don’t even need vinyl packaging tape due to our self-adhesive strip.

Utilizing the unboxing experience

We all know how important first impressions are when meeting new people, and with products, it’s no different. You get one chance and one chance only to wow your customers, combine the different aspects of design, ease of unpacking, no empty space or wasted material with your fantastic product nestled safely within and what do you have? A VERY happy customer!


One of the most important principles of the circular economy is designing for circularity, which involves products and services being designed with their end-of-life in mind, making it easier to recover and regenerate materials.

DS Smith has developed a series of circular design metrics which give us an accurate picture of the degree of implementation of circular design principles in the production of our packaging solutions and provide quantifiable data to show how circular a given packaging solution is and allow quick identification of the areas of improvement required.

Our Circular Design Metrics measure Supply Chain Optimisation, Recyclability, Planet Safety, Material Utilisation, Renewable Sources, Recycled Content, the Carbon Footprint and Design for Reuse.

* This circularity information was made by using the information of an average vinyl mailer.

Are you interested in ordering larger quantities?

If you would like to order larger quantities than available, please fill out the form and we will prepare a quotation for you.


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