Dishsaver Glass Pack Box

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  • Includes box only. Cell-divider units and foam pouches are not included in this box. To order the kits, please select GLASS PACK KIT and/or DISH SAVER KIT.


Product Description

Part Number:
DSGPBOX

The U-Haul Dishsaver Glass Pack Box is designed to be used with the U-Haul Glass Pack Kit and U-Haul Dish Saver Kit (both sold separately). Together, these products will protect fragile items such as dishes, dinnerware, glassware, crystal stemware, porcelain figurines, antiques, fine china, and more while they are being moved, stored or shipped.

  • BOX ONLY! The Glass Pack Kit and Dish Saver Kit are sold separately
  • Box dimensions: 24 1/8” x 12” x 11”
  • Box weight: 1.20 lbs.
  • Meets FedEx, UPS, and USPS shipping requirements
  • Easy-to-carry box with handles
  • Holds up to 65 lbs.
  • Edge Crush Test (ECT): 32
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Dishsaver Glass Pack Box Reviews (124)


4 out of 5 stars with 124 reviews

Laura B.
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Recommends this product

Good shape box for talker fragile items,

Tilly M.
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whoever packed the box into the other box folded the thing in half! It is useless to me now. no structural integrity......so mad.....why would I pay for this

Suzanne S.
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Recommends this product

Quality and shipping turn around rivals Amazon. Thx!!

Danita C.
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I bought this as a glasses box to go along with the glass pack as was suggested. However, this box is not the correct size you actually need one size larger in order for the glass pack or dish pack to fit.

Ilene F.
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Recommends this product

They are Sturdy, and just the right size for my needs.

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I have 26 o=place swtrtings (5 pieces each) of fine china, 26 service plates, 90 crystal glasses( wine, champagne and flute). How many and what kind of boxes do you recommend and what is the cost?

–Dorothy Salkin 8/17/2019 9:26:42 PM

Hi, Dorothy! For that many place settings, we recommend getting 4 of our Dish Saver Kits. Each Dish Saver Kit holds about 8 place settings. For the additional service plates, you will likely need another 4 Dish Saver Kits. For crystal glasses, we recommend our Glass Pack Kit - each of those has 18 cells for glasses, so for 90 glasses you would need 5 Glass Pack Kits. I always recommend purchasing an extra of each kit just in case, because you can always return whatever you don't need to your local U-Haul Center. I hope that is helpful!

–Savannah 8/20/2019 2:12:45 PM

Would this box be best for pots and pans or do you recommend another box? Thanks.

–RG 4/28/2019 3:13:11 PM

Hello! Our Dishsaver Glass Pack box would work great for pots and pans. Thanks for asking!

–Savannah 4/30/2019 7:33:54 AM

Instructions on how to prepare box before adding cells and dishes

–Bev 3/17/2019 6:34:44 PM

Hello, Bev! Please see our article on How to Properly Assemble A Box for detailed instructions and visuals. Thank you!

–Savannah 3/19/2019 7:36:11 AM

Would this box be reccomended for packing up glass casserole and pie dishes? I have two 9” glass pie dishes and three glass casserole dishes ranging from 8x11”to 10x15”? And can I put them all in the same box or should I parse them out into multiple boxes?

–Susie 6/14/2018 12:40:17 PM

Hi, Susie! I recommend using a Dish Barrel® Box. Wrap each dish in plenty of Packing Paper and place some Cushion Foam sheets between each dish to properly separate them. Pack the largest, heaviest dishes first. Also, fill any empty space in the box with wadded up packing paper to keep the dishes from shifting and moving during transit. I hope that is helpful!

–Savannah 6/14/2018 2:03:44 PM

Do you sell any dish packing boxes that aren't as wide as this one (less than 24" wide)? I'm a small person, and one of these boxes if packed full is too heavy (and too wide) or me to carry down stairs.

–Beth 4/12/2018 1:25:34 PM

I need to pack 125 tea cups and saucers what would be the best and the economical way to do this ?

–Henry Van Wye 8/5/2017 3:35:06 PM

Hello, Henry! For the saucers, I would recommend packing each into a cushion foam pouch. For the tea cups, you could also use foam pouches, or you could wrap them in Enviro-Bubble®.

Once the items are properly protected, you could pack them into a Dish Barrel Box using the Cell Kit. I hope that is helpful!

–Savannah 8/9/2017 1:18:40 PM

How much r the dividers and foam kits?

–Rita 5/15/2016 8:16:33 AM

How many dishes does one box hold

–Michael 3/20/2015 1:08:37 PM

The Dish Saver Kit that is used in conjunction with this box provides 32 foam pouches with a 5-piece divider which is mean to hold up to 8 place settings. Of the 32 pouches, 8 are for bowls, 8 are for saucers, 8 are for dinner plates and 8 are for salad plates. Thank you.

–Joseph 3/26/2015 8:16:50 AM

What are the exact dimensions of this box?

–Anne 1/13/2015 2:44:02 PM

24-1/8" x 12" x 11"

–Ronald 1/14/2015 8:37:39 AM

Are the dish pack cartons minimum 42 ect

–Db 7/5/2014 11:43:19 AM

"The ECT of the Dish Saver box is 32. However, our Dish Barrel box has an ECT of 51."

–Ronald 7/11/2014 11:23:21 AM

How many serving sets can this box hold?

–Michelle 6/21/2014 11:04:21 AM

This product is only a box. Not a kit. To order the kits, please select GLASS PACK KIT (Part number GP) and/or DISH SAVER KIT (Part number DS).

–Ronald 6/23/2014 8:58:41 AM

Are these heavier (sturdier) than the regular packing boxes? Thank You

–Debbie 5/14/2014 8:27:41 PM

Our purchasing group provided the following answer: "The DSGPBOX is as sturdy as our core boxes (SM, MED, LG & XLG). They can withstand the same edge crush test (which measures the strength of corrugated board) as our core boxes as well."

–Ronald 5/15/2014 2:50:36 PM

should boxes be put together with tape or some other method?

–Pooh 3/28/2014 12:44:12 PM

With tape. http://www.uhaul.com/MovingSupplies/Tape/

–Ronald 4/17/2014 11:43:02 AM

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