Quail Pulp Egg Carton | 15-Egg Blank
- Made from recycled pulp, 100% recyclable
- 15-egg bi-fold carton
- Available in blank only
- Top: None
- Front: None
- Back: None
- Carton dimensions (LxW): 6.0625" x 3.875"
- Cell dimensions (WxH): 0.875" x 1.625"
- Carton weight (ounces): 1.25
- Available Label Space (LxW): 5.00" x 3.25"
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I had bought the 12-egg cartons for my quail eggs and did a repeat order for 15-egg. Unfortunately these don't fit my coturnix quail eggs. Bummed because I ordered 150 assuming they would fit the same size as the 12-egg carton. After, I did note that the cell dimensions are smaller based on measurements in the description, so that was my error. 1" x 1.5" is the measurement on the 12-egg and 0.875" x 1.625" are the measurements on the 15-egg.
Eggcartons.com was responsive to my message and we're looking into the plastic cartons to see if those will be a better fit. Struggling with removing a star because they are a great company to work with... but I think if these are being advertised for quail eggs there should be a disclaimer that they may not be a fit for coturnix quail eggs. I'd really like to stick with pulp over plastic.
I LOVE these cartons. Perfect for my celadon quail. Sometimes my extra large eggs get crushed though. Would love for them to have a bit more room.
Hi Linda, thank you for your review. We really appreciate the feedback! Out of curiosity, what are the height, width, and weight of one of your extra large quail eggs? This is definitely important for us to know, because if this is a common issue we can definitely address it in the manufacturing process of our cartons. We look forward to hearing back from you!
Great products! Im a return customer and will continue to be. I really appreciate that you offer the email when available feature for products that are out of stock, I find that very helpful!
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