How to Ship

Refer to our ‘Wrapping Blades for Australia Post’ information below.

Prior to shipping, blades should be brushed clean.

Wrap the blades in newspaper (which is sturdier than bubble wrap) so they don’t poke through the post bag. Pack the wrapped blades into a small box or wrap in cardboard, then send in a small plastic Express Post bag.

It is your responsibility to pack items correctly. We do not accept responsibility for receiving damaged goods.

Remember to sign a declaration and package equipment correctly so you are not liable if your blades cause an injury while in transit.

Please provide all contact details:

  • Business name

  • Your full name

  • Return address

  • Phone number

  • Email address for invoicing

Wrapping Blades for Australia Post

There is nothing more disappointing than being told some of your blades cannot be sharpened because they broke during transit to our workshop.

Here are some tips to help your expensive blades arrive safely.

Step 1 –  Line up three sets of blades with teeth facing outward.

Wrap the sets firmly in two sheets of newspaper.

Step 2 – Pack the wrapped blades in a bubble bag, then into a small cardboard box (or wrap cardboard firmly around the bag). If the blades slide up and down in the bubble bag or envelope they will work their way through the bag and be lost.

Step 3 – Place the package into an Express Post bag. Approximately 25 blades can be sent in a small Express Post bag.

Step 4 – Clearly address the Express Post bag:

CLIPPERMAN Pty Ltd
PO BOX 4236
ALFREDTON  VIC  3350

Step 5 – Sign the declaration.

Step 6 – Add your name, address and email to the back of the pack.

NB: The Express Post envelope must be posted in a Yellow street box or at the Post Office.   

How to Ship

Refer to our ‘Wrapping Blades for Australia Post’ information below.

Prior to shipping, blades should be brushed clean.

Wrap the blades in newspaper (which is sturdier than bubble wrap) so they don’t poke through the post bag. Pack the wrapped blades into a small box or wrap in cardboard, then send in a small plastic Express Post bag.

It is your responsibility to pack items correctly. We do not accept responsibility for receiving damaged goods.

Remember to sign a declaration and package equipment correctly so you are not liable if your blades cause an injury while in transit.

Please provide all contact details:

  • Business name

  • Your full name

  • Return address

  • Phone number

  • Email address for invoicing

Wrapping Blades for Australia Post

There is nothing more disappointing than being told some of your blades cannot be sharpened because they broke during transit to our workshop.

Here are some tips to help your expensive blades arrive safely.

Step 1 –  Line up three sets of blades with teeth facing outward.

Wrap the sets firmly in two sheets of newspaper.

Step 2 – Pack the wrapped blades in a bubble bag, then into a small cardboard box (or wrap cardboard firmly around the bag). If the blades slide up and down in the bubble bag or envelope they will work their way through the bag and be lost.

Step 3 – Place the package into an Express Post bag. Approximately 25 blades can be sent in a small Express Post bag.

Step 4   –  Clearly address the Express Post bag:

CLIPPERMAN Pty Ltd
PO BOX 4236
ALFREDTON  VIC  3350

Step 5  –  Sign the declaration.

Step 6  –  Add your name, address and email to the back of the pack.

NB: The Express Post envelope must be posted in a Yellow street box or at the Post Office.