## Our lockers will store most e-commerce parcel sizes and we also have oversize facilities available.

#### Maximum Size & Weight to Locker

Our largest locker is 40 x 50 x 47cm and the maximum weight is 10kgs.

**Extra Smal**l | 10 X 25 X 47cm**Small**| 10 X 50 X 47cm**Medium**| 20 X 50 X 47cm**Large**| 40 X 50 X 47cm

If your parcel is too large or too heavy for the lockers, and your chosen location has an Oversize Facility, you can use our Oversize service for parcels up to 0.25 cubic metres. If it fits in a standard sized domestic wheelie bin we will accept it.

#### Oversize & Overweight Parcels

If your chosen location has an Oversize Facility, we can accept parcels up to 0.25 cubic metres in size and/or 25kgs in actual weight. Check our locations page for services available at each locker. If it fits in a standard sized domestic wheelie bin we will accept it.

#### Calculating the Size of Your Parcel in Cubic Metres

We use 'cubic metre' as a unit to measure the amount of stuff we can fit into that cube, also called the volume of the cube. So we could use cubic metres to explain how much cement you would need to fill the patio in your backyard or how much sand you would need to fill your sandbox.

But how do we measure volume? It's different than measuring the distance of a line or the area of a flat shape. To find volume, you measure the space or object from three sides; width, depth, and height; and then multiply the measurements together.

Say, for example, that you want to measure the volume of your wheelie bin. You find that it measures 93.5cm high, 48cm wide and 56cm long. To find the cubic metres, you multiply the three together in metres 0.93m X .48m X .56m = 0.25 cubic metres.

#### If it fits in a wheelie bin, we'll take it!

**Examples:**

- A 40” TV in its box, that weighs 17kgs and measures 95 X 50 X 40cm.

Cubic metre calculation is 0.95 X 0.5 X 0.4 = 0.19 cubic metres so will be accepted at Oversize Facilities. - An armchair that weighs 25kgs and measures 76 X 85 X 93cm.

Cubic metre calculation is 0.76 X 0.85 X 0.93 = 0.6 cubic metres and will NOT be accepted at Oversize Facilities.