On a plus side, it arrived in one day. On the downside, this tiny filter that can fit in the palm of your hand arrived in a big box, surrounded by mountains of paper (seriously, the mass of paper was over six feet long when removed from the box), and then in its own box as well (which had several component parts both plastic and cardboard).
|A mass of paper covered the tiny box in the big cardboard box.|
|Why did Best Buy use such a big box to send this tiny box?|
|Acres of packing paper.|
|The filter's box is wrapped in plastic.|
|Inside the box is the tiny red filter with its little carrying bag.|
|Why couldn't this little group have been put in a bubble envelope instead of a big box?|
|The tiny red square is the filter in a sea of packaging that's mostly unnecessary, overpackaging for sure.|
Why couldn't Best Buy have used a bubble envelope to send the little box that housed the tiny filter? This is definitely a prime example of overpackaging.