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Wholesale Trapped Blister Packs

Trap Packs

Our customizable trapped blister packs offer tailored packaging solutions for your products, ideal for retail applications. With precision design, they combine product protection and visibility, allowing you to showcase your items effectively while maintaining brand consistency.

Trap packs

Wholesale Trapped Blister Packs

Trap Packs

Our customizable trapped blister packs offer tailored packaging solutions for your products, ideal for retail applications. With precision design, they combine product protection and visibility, allowing you to showcase your items effectively while maintaining brand consistency.

Trap packs

What is a Trapped Blister Pack?

A trapped blister pack, also known as a trap pack, is a popular type of packaging that combines the protective qualities of a blister pack with the visibility and branding opportunities of a clamshell package. It consists of a transparent plastic blister, often thermoformed to the shape of the product it holds, which is then sealed between two layers of paperboard or corrugated. This “trapped” configuration provides several benefits.

One key advantage of trapped blister packs is their excellent product protection. The plastic blister securely holds the product in place, preventing movement, tampering, or damage during transit and while on display. This is particularly valuable for fragile or sensitive items, such as electronics, cosmetics, or small hardware. Another advantage is their print area in the front and back.

They can be customized to fit various shapes and sizes, making them versatile for a wide range of products, from toys and electronics to personal care items and food products. Overall, trapped blister packs strike a balance between protection, visibility, and branding, making them a valuable packaging solution for many industries.

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Trap Pack Options and Features

Our trap packs offer a range of customizable options and features to meet your specific packaging needs. From various print options to blister design flexibility, we provide you with the tools to create a tailored and eye-catching packaging solution for your products.

Print Options

Flexography (also known as flexo) is a printing process that uses flexible relief plates made of rubber or photopolymer to transfer ink onto various substrates, such as corrugated, plastic films, and paper. It is a high-speed, cost-effective printing method that is suitable for printing on rough, porous, and irregular surfaces.

Digital print refers to a printing method that uses digital files such as PDFs, JPEGs, or TIFFs as a source for printing images or text. Digital print technology has revolutionized the printing industry by offering faster turnaround times, lower production costs, and the ability to produce high-quality prints

Lithography is a printing technique that uses a flat printing plate, a special kind of ink, and oil-based or water-based liquids to transfer an image onto a substrate. It produces high-quality, sharp and clear prints that are suitable for printing high-resolution graphics and text.

Graphic Design

Graphic design must reflect the brand identity and effectively communicate the brand’s message to customers.

Maximize product visibility by apply graphics with contrasting colors, bold text, and high-quality images.

The text used in the graphic design must be legible, both from a distance and close up. The font size, color, and style must be carefully selected to ensure that the text is easily readable

Have your graphics effectively utilize the space available on the display, including the sides and back, to maximize impact and exposure to the product.

Display relevant product information, such as product name, benefits, and features. This information should be presented in a clear and concise manner.

Create a design consistent with the brand’s overall design and marketing materials, ensuring a cohesive look and feel across all channels.

Flexible designing, allowing for the display to be easily updated as needed, without requiring a complete redesign.

View your product with a realistic 3-D rendering that is easily sharable. Renderings are ideal for reviewing display prototypes and enabling quick and cost effective edits and changes.


A gloss finish is a shiny and reflective surface that is achieved by applying a gloss varnish over the printed surface. This finish enhances the vibrancy and saturation of the colors and makes the printed graphics appear more eye-catching.

A matte finish is a non-glossy surface that has a flat and velvety texture. This finish provides a subtle and sophisticated look and reduces glare, making it ideal for printing products that require a professional look.

Spot UV is a printing technique that involves printing a clear UV varnish in specific areas of the printed surface to create a glossy texture on specific parts of the design. This finish adds depth and texture to the printed graphics and enhances the overall appearance of the product.

Litho lamination is a finishing process that involves bonding a printed piece to a thick layer of paper, plastic or film. This finish provides extra protection to the printed surface, makes the product more durable, and enhances the overall quality of the product.

There are many other finishes we can apply to your custom display such as a varnish, die-cutting, perforation, scoring, film lamination, creasing, hot foil stamping, blind embossing and others.

Strength & Thickness

Single wall corrugated material is the thinnest option, typically ranging from 200 to 500 microns in thickness. This option is suitable for lightweight products and provides a cost-effective solution for boxes.

Double wall corrugated material is thicker than single wall and typically ranges from 600 to 1000 microns in thickness. This option provides additional strength and stability to the box and is suitable for heavier products.

Trapped blister packs represent a versatile packaging solution that combines the protective benefits of traditional blister packs with the customization options of chipboard materials, such as Solid Bleached Sulfate (SBS). These packs are designed to securely encase products within a transparent blister, providing visibility and protection while incorporating a chipboard backing for added durability and customization.

Trap Pack Structural Design

Structural design is a crucial aspect of blister pack, as it affects the stability, strength, and overall appearance. The following are key considerations for structural design in blister packs:

Strength and Durability

Strength and durability are foundational aspects of trap pack structural design, guaranteeing the package’s ability to endure the rigors of handling and transportation.

Material Selection

Choosing the right material, whether it’s PET, HDPE, PP, or PVC, in addition to the backing materials: paperboard and corrugated, which is a critical aspect of trap pack structural design, as it directly impacts the package’s strength, clarity, and environmental considerations.

Cushioning and Protection

Effective cushioning and protection are central to trap pack design, shielding your products from potential damage during transit and on store shelves.

Production Efficiency

Ensuring production efficiency is vital, streamlining the manufacturing process to minimize costs while maintaining quality and consistency.

Custom Cavities

Custom cavities tailored to your product’s specifications offer a secure and tailored fit, ensuring your trap pack provides the ultimate protection and presentation for your items.

Special Features

The inclusion of special features enhances the package’s functionality, allowing for unique branding opportunities or improved usability. One popular features is cold seal which is easy to apply.

Frequently Asked Questions

Order minimums vary from project to project, it usually depends on the type of packaging, design, size and desired materials. Contact us and we will evaluate the best options for your packaging needs.

Lead times can vary depending on your style, design, quantity, materials and other factors. To get an accurate lead time for your project, contact us and a packaging expert will assist you.

Alternatives to trap packs include face seal, full face seal and clamshell. Visit our blister pack page to view all styles.

Shipping is free to all Southern California businesses. Fees are generally added to orders outside of Southern California or if you need a rush order.

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