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Fellowes Nylon CD Album (320-Disc Capacity)


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  • Stores 320 CDs (or 160 CDs with booklets)
  • SafeSleeve sleeves are durable and won't scratch your CDs
  • Zipper closure
  • Reinforced carrying handle
  • Measures 12.5 by 12.5 by 5.75 inches

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Product Description

Product Description

Includes built-in cleaning cloth to remove dust and smudges from CD/DVDs. CD/DVD sleeves provide optimum strength and protection against scratches, heat and moisture. Each pocket holds one CD/DVD or CD/DVD booklet. Made of durable ballistic nylon. Wallets have convenient accessory pocket and snap-on key holder. Reinforced carrying handle. Black. FEL85336 FEL-85336 077511853364 7751185336

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The Fellowes 320-CD album can store up to 320 CDs in dual-sided sleeves or 160 CDs with booklets. Fellowes's SafeSleeves provide durable, scratch-free protection and easy, quick-flip access. A reinforced carrying handle is provided for quick transportation, and its durable design with zippered closure will keep your CDs snug and safe. Fellowes even covers this album with a lifetime guarantee.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 12.5 x 12.2 inches ; 3.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000326O3
  • Item model number: 85336
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 26, 1999

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I really like the Fellows Nylon CD Album (320-Disc Capacity).
Jose M. Santos
I use this to store CDs and DVDs at my office and it has worked fine for me with no complaints for over 2 years now.
D. Houston
These books take up virtually no space compared to all of the jewel cases I had.
Susan B. Gouveia

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

114 of 114 people found the following review helpful By A. Estes on February 22, 2003
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Well, I bought this CD book this past August, despite reading quite a few negative reviews. I own a lot of CD's (more than can fit in this book) and needed a place to store the majority of them. This case has many great aspects to it and many flaws. I will go through the pros and cons of it, in case you need a general idea of what you are buying.
PROS:
- Affordable
- Lots of space
- Sleeves don't get "white streaking" that other cases got
- Sleeves don't rip
- Material does not scratch CD's AT ALL (that's a first)
CONS:
- Handle is useless; if book is full and you lift it by the handle, it will probbably fall off
- When full, the CD book will not open all the way
- Lining on the inside has recently started to come undone
- CD's in front & back can be difficult to get out at times
Overall, this isn't a bad buy. It depends on what you need it for. I myself bought it because my CD's are never on the go. I never keep all of my CD's in my car, because if I had all of my CD's stolen, I would be devastated. I honestly can't recommend this for traveling purposes. It is extremely bulky (which is expected) and you can tell it's not meant to be moved much. However, the one thing that I love is that the fabric does not scratch any of my CD's. I can't tell you how many CD's I have that are all scratched up from other cases. All of my CD's that I have bought since August that are put in here are without a scratch. Conclusion: Buy it, but keep it home. Afterall, who needs to carry 320 CD's with them?
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74 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Nadine Langlois on February 2, 2004
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Prior to buying the Fellowes 320-disc case, I also owned a Caselogic 264-disc case. The Fellowes appealed to me because it was cheaper and held more. The case is ok for the price, but here are my two main complaints:
First, after filling the case to capacity with 320 discs, I found it incredibly difficult to zip up the case. It was so cumbersome, I opted not to zip it up which leads to my second complaint...when I picked up the unzipped case by the handle (which I do with my Caselogic all the time), the entire binder fell out onto the floor. This has happened so many times that I now just have the binder out by itself without the zipper case.
I'm getting ready to buy another case and this time around, I'll go back to the Caselogic-264.
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49 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Dunavan on November 10, 2000
When I got my Fellowes 320 CD case in the mail, I was very pleased. I spent an hour loading all of my CD's into it. I showed it off to my friends, all of whom admired the stylish look and professional features. That is, until the stitching holding the handle on came loose two days later, leaving the handle attached at only one end. To top that off, a day after that, the zipper's stitching came loose as well, meaning that not only was I left with a CD case that I couldn't pick up easily, but now it couldn't close either. How utterly delightful.
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By C. Curtis-Crockett on March 27, 2001
I just bought this case about 2 weeks ago and after loading it up, it is just waiting to break. The handle is not reinforced nearly enough, and, although plentiful, the cheap attachement of the pages within the case is going to be a problem. If your csae pretty much just stays in the house and lives an easy life than this mammoth case is for you, but if you are like me and your case goes out and about to see the world then I am telling you to go with the case logic. This case was put together cheap.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Candace A. Gee on November 6, 2002
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I have over 800 cd's in 15 different sized albums. I bought this album specifically for my cd and dvd burner. (Before you buy- don't forget to read the part about storing HALF the amount of cd's with their inserts.) This album is definately (as everyone else has said) pretty much for storage. Don't expect this thing to hold up if you're traveling around. If you're storing cd's back to back- they're hard to get in and out. I think they could have been a little more generous with the size of each pocket. I'm not sure about longevity... The black fabric that seperates the cd's is the direct connection to the spine of the album. Meaning there may be a tearing factor in the future. I think plastic reinforcement would have been a little more comforting to someone who is about to organize and alphabetize their cd's in this case. I guess if you're looking for a cheap solution for organizing and space saving this is it! So i guess that means I will be buying another one!
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 30, 2004
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These CD binders are pretty good. I use them for my DVD backups. They do not SCRATCH discs at all unlike the CDPROJECTS binders. But I found that you can only fill them up with 160 discs because the discs in the inside pockets will bend if you close the binder. The outside handle looks like it would break off and you can't open this book all the way. Fellows made some poor design choices with this binder but it doesn't scratch the discs and that's all that matters to me. You shouldn't buy this if you want a binder that you can carry around. I will be buying more of these in the future.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By W. R. Jones on March 1, 2002
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This CD storage case is better suited to use at home, if you plan
to put it in your car, look elsewhere. The Case Logic costs more for less space, but will hold up better. The CD's can be tough to grap one-handed if used in a car, the slot to pull the CD out is closed unlike the Case Logic.
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