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CD Saver Protective Sleeves, 25/PK, Clear

by Tabbies
7 customer reviews

Price: $11.42 & FREE Shipping
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  • Color: Transparent, Lock: No, Material: Polypropylene, Stackable: No
  • Sold as 1 pack
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Tabbies
  • Model Number: 25101
  • Item Display Weight: 1.37 pounds

Product Description

Individual, translucent polypropylene sleeves take up 1/3 the space of jewel cases. Tuck-in flap keeps dust out and CD securely in place. Built-in index tabs have self-adhesive labels for ID purposes.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 5.1 x 1.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00ED3OIJ4
  • Item model number: 25101
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 19, 2006

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth Huey on May 4, 2008
I bought several dozen of this brand of sleeves a few years ago, and I've just had to throw away fifty or sixty discs full of archived files because these products had made them unreadable. Apparently the plastic of the sleeve adheres to the plastic of the disc just enough to cause some sort of chemical reaction which fogs the disc surface, and makes it impossible for my optical drive's lasers to read the info that's stored underneath.

I've just laboriously removed all my discs from these sleeves, checked to see if they would mount, and then re-sleeved the survivors in paper sleeves. What a waste!

UPDATE: I've just been struggling to rescue my files from some of these damaged discs, and I've found that if I scrub the foggy areas with a Q-tip soaked in rubbing alcohol, and then wipe the disc dry with a Kleenex (taking care to wipe from the center out), I can usually make the disc sufficiently readable that I can copy the files to my hard drive. Then I'll back those files up on fresh discs-- of course, you should periodically move your backup files to fresh media, since no CD-R or DVD-R is completely reliable, so I would've done this anyway, but it sure would've been less of a headache if I hadn't stored my discs in these plastic sleeves. And they worked so well for the first year or two!
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See my post under "humanoid's" review. I have used for a year with no problems. These are a tremendous space-saver and they have a really high-quality look and feel to them which is particularly relevant if you're going to use them to distribute copies of promotional material etc.

Updating after another 18 months (Sept '10) - just checked a CD-R that had been initially written in 2000, and then stored in one of these sleeves since beginning of 2008. Still perfectly readable. It's possible that an incompatibility between a sleeve coating and the chemicals in the data layer of "humanoid's" CD's caused his data loss, but there are a variety of other storage factors (temperature, moisture, etc.) that could also have come into play that have nothing to do with the quality of the sleeves. The disc I just checked is an Imation - definitely not a top of the line brand - has been stored at normal room conditions, and as I say, no problems.
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I bought several dozen of this brand of sleeves a few years ago, and I've just had to throw away fifty or sixty discs full of archived files because these products had made them unreadable. Apparently the plastic of the sleeve adheres to the plastic of the disc just enough to cause some sort of chemical reaction which fogs the disc surface, and makes it impossible for my optical drive's lasers to read the info that's stored underneath.

I've just laboriously removed all my discs from these sleeves, checked to see if they would mount, and then re-sleeved the survivors in paper sleeves. What a waste!
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I bought several dozen of this brand of sleeves a few years ago, and I've just had to throw away fifty or sixty discs full of archived files because these products had made them unreadable. Apparently the plastic of the sleeve adheres to the plastic of the disc just enough to cause some sort of chemical reaction which fogs the disc surface, and makes it impossible for my optical drive's lasers to read the info that's stored underneath.

I've just laboriously removed all my discs from these sleeves, checked to see if they would mount, and then re-sleeved the survivors in paper sleeves. What a waste!
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