which box is right?
Traditional style box. Consists of flaps (wings) that either fold onto or tuck into itself to create the base structure of the box. Folding boxes typically lay flat and require moderate assembly. Inserts can be created (if needed) to assist with holding your product.
Unique style box offering. The sliding out or through effect is commonly associated with this style box.
Flip Top Box
The most common box that comes to mind when you refer to a flip top box is the cigarette box. The top of the box flips open granting access to the product(s) inside.
Looking for the high end look and feel? The rigid style refers to the material that the box is made of rather than how the box works. Its thick paperboard structure adds both a perception of value with additional protection for your product.
Tubes are a unique alternative option to a box. They provide a high end look and feel to your product.