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Case Logic CDS-120 120 Capacity CD ProSleeve Pages (White)
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- Convenient thumb cut makes removing discs easier
- Soft lining protects delicate disc surfaces
- ProSleeve II sleeves are hole punched for use in media binders and include writable strip
- 60 Double-sided sleeves
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- Brand Name: Case Logic
- Model Number: CDS-120
- Specific Uses For Product: personal
- Item Display Weight: 0.68 pounds
- Manufacturer Warranty Description: 25 Year
Top Customer Reviews
These are also so much easier to transport. I prefer to burn CDs of my favorite songs from iTunes, using Roxio's Toast, and keep those in our vehicles and for travel. I do have both an iPod and an iPhone, but I prefer CDs in the car. I'm less likely to leave either in the vehicle and if someone breaks in and steals my CDs... which has already happened three times in as many years... I don't lose original CDs, or my MP3 device.
I've used these almost as long as I've been purchasing CDs and as far as I'm concerned, is the only way to keep and store CDs... the ones I buy and the ones I burn. For original CDs I put the disc on one side and all the paper stuff from the plastic jewel case on the other side. For CDs I've burned, I print out a list of all the songs on that CD and store that on the opposite side of the sleeve.
We keep a small box in the middle console to hold a dozen or so burned CDs and change them out as we tire of a given selection. As for burning music CDs, I highly recommend Roxio products.
My supply ran out about 6 years ago so I bought some more. The biggest change I noticed was that the sleeves were a bit narrower than they had been, which made it difficult to get the CD booklet into the sleeve. Quite often I'd have to put the booklet on it's side (i.e., staple side at the bottom of the sleeve) which I didn't have to do before. For other booklets you could force them into the sleeve and then put a heavy book on top which would make the sleeve stretch a little.
I've now run out of sleeves again, so I purchased the 60 sleeve pack from Amazon. The design is very similar to the 6 year old set I got, although the logo and box design has changed again. After trying a few sleeves they seem to be a tiny bit wider than the last lot, so it's easier to fit the booklet in, although they're not as wide as the original set I bought.
Overall, though, I'm glad that Case Logic are still making these sleeves. I think they're the best quality you can buy, and I can vouch that the ones I bought 11-12 years ago are still in great condition. Also, I remember that a pack of 50 sleeves cost $10 in 2000, so with Amazon's price the sleeves are better value now than they were back then.
prefer the snugger fit of the Case Logic ones, though.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Juat what I needed. Great product. Better than the plastic cases, no hinges to break.Published 4 days ago by Mr P E Hardwick
These are great. Yes, there are only 60 sleeves like it says in the description. You will not be getting 120 sleeves. The tab and plastic threader are pretty nifty also. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Mandy W.
Good sleeves. They do their job well and good price! What more can you say, they're CD sleeves...Published 20 days ago by GOKarasuno