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Artisan 240 Disc Black Faux Leather DVD Album with 120 Liner Notes and Title Cover Page Capacity Using Metal Ring Binder

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  • DVD Wallet holds 240 CD/DVD discs + 120 movie title pages & liner notes. Stores 30% more movie titles pages & liner notes than others
  • Strong metal 3 ring binder, not plastic or vinyle. Unique design + durable easy care outer materials
  • Zipper enclosure for safe storage and maximum protection from dust and scratches
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Artisan 240 Disc Black Faux Leather DVD Album with 120 Liner Notes and Title Cover Page Capacity Using Metal Ring Binder + Artisan 50 DVD Refill Page for 3 Ring Binder - Store 100 Cover Page or Liner Notes + 200 DVDs
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Technical Details

  • Model: DWA240

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 13 x 7.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001F2U5JS
  • Item model number: DWA240
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (150 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 30, 2008

Product Description

Made with durable easy care outer materials, using metal 3 ring binder, not plastic or vinyl. You may easily add and organize DVDs as your collection grows. With high quality material and workmanship to protect your valuable discs. Each pocket has a non-woven material to protect the disc. Zipper enclosure allows for safe storage and provides maximum protection from dust and scratches. Store 120 Movie Title Page and Notes + 240 DVDs. Holds 30% More Movie Titles Pages & Notes than others.

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It saves so much space and movies are easy to get to.
TSR
Another plus with this system, there are binder rings so that I can take the pages out and rearrange or add pages later as needed.
movie lover
I was able to keep all of the liner notes and the covers from each DVD.
Marilyn Burton

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

79 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Timothy J. Drozinski on March 22, 2011
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I have entire cabinets full of DVDs. They threaten to take over every bit of available space in the living room. I really wanted something that would allow me to reduce the bulkiness of the collection, while keeping it relatively easy to look through and find the movie I'm looking for.

I got this binder after reading reviews on a few different products because it seemed like this one was the one that best fits the DVD artwork and booklets. In practice, movies with thin paper cover artwork fit just fine, but heavier paper and the DVDs with cardboard covers instead of the plastic DVD cases have to be folded in the middle of the spine. Not a huge deal, but I know there are plenty of neat freaks like me who will have a fit at the thought of creasing the covers.

Something else that occurred to me as I started transferring my DVD collection to this case is that I have quite a few DVDs that are in unusual packaging that can't really be collapsed down to fit. This poses two problems: first, I'm still going to have a stack of DVDs to deal with because for one reason or another I can't part with the original packaging, and second, this tends to throw off any cataloging system you might implement. If you're looking through the folio at movies, you might not think about the movies that aren't in it.

The construction of this folio seems well done. My one complaint is that with the four sets of binder rings across the very wide spine, as you fill up the book the pages tend to not lay very flat. I'm not sure that there's much that can be done about it, but it might be problematic with a very full collection. The pages seem a little flimsy, but I haven't had any tears or rips, despite shoving some pretty tight cover art into the pockets.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By RG on July 1, 2010
The good points:
1) Perfect fit for DVD covers. No need to cut the covers to make them fit into the sleeves. Using one of the cover's already-bent corners will do.
2) Works well for video games collections, too. Use the lower CD pocket for the game booklet (partially hides the game CD).
3) Binder has a carrying handle. Good construction all around.

The minor points:
1) The slot openings on the sleeves are initially sealed closed. They come perforated for removal, but it still takes time to remove them.
2) The sleeves are not crystal-clear. They are somewhat matte-clear, good for storage purposes.
3) Four rows of small three-ringed clasps. They don't have the lever at the ends to open the clasps.

Overall, quite useful. Even with the minor points, still gets 5-stars.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Tiffany Holley on April 13, 2011
Like many of the reviewers, I was searching for a way to reduce the volume of DVDs that was threatening to swallow up my living room. We do not watch broadcast TV, so we've built up quite a collection...

I heard great things about the Case Logic cases, but boy, are they expensive. I still might have gone that route if not for one thing - they have recently "upgraded" their cases to include a plastic loop "easy to use" system to hold the pages, rather than a good ol' ring binder. I smell "sacrificing quality to save a buck" (and the reviews I've read bore that out). So it was back to square one.

I chose these cases as the best choice that offered storage including the cover art, and a true ring binder format.

I had no problems with the pages. Everything fit easily, and I was impressed with how tough they felt, given how thin and light they are.

A few of the "negatives" voiced by other users I agree with:

- Four rows of small three-ringed clasps seems slightly awkward to work with, once they get full.
- And why, oh why, don't they have the lever at the ends to open the clasps?

I am back to order my third case, as we have filled up the first two (including stuffing them fuller with additional refill pages). Even with those minor issues, I feel this is far and away the best product out there - and thank goodness it's the best value, too!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Brandon on September 10, 2012
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I recently bought two of these to see how they would do with my collection. I have always wanted to get rid of the plastic cases but I didn't want to ditch the artwork - this has been a perfect storage solution.. I just put two covers in the slot and raise the one in the back up some so you can still see some of it. Thank you Artisan for creating a product that will allow to get my space back! Now once I buy 6 more all will be good!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jon on November 25, 2011
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I was looking to save some room in my livingroom and wanted to get rid of my DVD cabinet and DVD's of my book case shelves. I was looking all over for a case to store them in, but all I could find was CD cases. I wanted to get rid of all the DVD cases but not the covers of the movies. I came acroos this and said "well lets give it a shot" I ordered 2 to handle all my DVD's and I have to say "I Love It". They were able to hold all my movies and art work. I love the fact that they use 3 ring binders that can be opened so that when I buy new movies I can place them in the case in alphabetic order without a lot of hassle. I would recommend this to anyone looking to save space.
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