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There is a big difference between a bubble wrap and a bubble wrap. For electronics you need packaging made from a conductive material to eliminate static electricity. I've seen such a bubble wrap which is dark, probably because it contains carbon. Most distributors of electronic components and products put them into a (dark) static eliminating bag and then use a regular bubble wrap, which is probably cheaper and easier to obtain. Unless, of course, static discharge is not an issue and you just need mechanical protection.