Finally, someone who gets it! Anyone who has moved (especially long-distance) within recent memory knows that it can be more than a slight annoyance to repack all of your electronics in their original boxes for transport. Somehow, the styrofoam pieces never seem to fit properly and you can never figure out where you’re supposed to put all the little doodads that came with the item. So, I think most of us would agree that an instructional diagram demonstrating how to properly repack a piece of electronic equipment would be truly appreciated. Not to mention rare! I’m not a habitual electronics purchaser (nor am I a luddite), but this is the first such diagram I’ve ever seen. I found it on a box flap of a printer box I unpacked at work this morning. I tell ‘ya, it sure simplifies the entire repacking process!
Simple as that, right? Easy-peasy! After spending the requisite thirty to forty-five minutes figuring out this diagram, your repacking experience will be a snap! (Note: if you haven’t figured it out already, the categorization of this post is partially tongue-in-cheek!)