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Mobile Fidelity - Inner Sleeves (50Pk)

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  • Three-ply, anti-static, premium record sleeves
  • Used in Mobile Fidelity LP packaging for the last 35 years
  • Personally used by more music reviewers & record labels than any other
  • The finest protection for all of your valuable records
  • Keep your collection clean and dust-free
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Mobile Fidelity - Inner Sleeves (50Pk) + (100) 12" Record Outer Sleeves - INDUSTRY STANDARD 3mil Thick Polyethylene - 12 3/4" x 12 1/2".
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Product Description

When dealing with rare and expensive records, sometimes standard paper inner sleeves just don't cut it. If you really want to protect your vinyl in the best sleeves possible, go for the premium Mofi Master Sleeves. These imported, anti-static sleeves are similar to rice paper and feature three-ply thickness. The back construction consists of a paper layer sandwiched between two sheets of high-density polythylene (HDPE) with a translucent HDPE front. Comes in a pack of 50.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001LQSFKY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (205 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 26, 2010

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

These are by far the best sleeves I've ever used.
Cameron Neil
The paper adds some stiffness that makes it very easy to slide this sleeve in and out of the record jacket.
Daniel G. Lebryk
These album sleeves are great they are nice and very heavy duty.
Shirley Sawyer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

62 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Daniel G. Lebryk TOP 50 REVIEWER on December 15, 2011
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The Library of Congress recommends these record sleeves. I decided to try this because, well if it's good enough for the best archivists in the nation to preserve their records, then maybe I should try them if they aren't too expensive.

Well these are incredible sleeves. They are the correct type of slippery cloudy plastic that is described by the Library of Congress. The sleeves have a line of black type and an arrow pointing to the opening end of the sleeve.

This is a strange sleeve. It is sort of three layers of plastic, a standard sleeve, open on one end and closed on the other three sides. Then on the back of one side of the sleeve, there is another enclosed sleeve with a sheet of paper sealed inside (this is likely rice paper, but it's very hard to tell since the paper is sealed inside the plastic.

That piece of paper is critical in use. Those all plastic sleeves are flimsy and almost impossible to put into a record jacket. The paper adds some stiffness that makes it very easy to slide this sleeve in and out of the record jacket. I've included the link to the Libary of Congress wesbite that describes how to handle, clean, and store LP's.

I love these. They are completely dust free and tend to repel dust. The vinyl slides in and out of the sleeve very easily. They fit inside a standard album cover very nicely. I just used one of these in the Black Keys Chulahoma picture LP. The album ships in a clear plastic envelope that just feels toxic and the album tends to stick solid to the plastic. It was very easy to slide one of these sleeves inside the plastic envelope.

These sleeves are a reasonable price for what they do. To truly preserve albums, these are the right thing to use. Discard the paper sleeve that comes with the album.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By N. Harris on September 23, 2011
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These are the sleeves to go for, if you're interested in getting quality replacements. They're well worth the premium price, and will last for years, leaving not a trace on the vinyl.
I buy mine from Elusive Disc / Music Direct for $15.00 / pack of 50 (10+ packs), or from Amazon ($19.99/pack)when I have vouchers to spend.
I've tried many different types of inner sleeve, and these are up there with the best, if not the best.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Troy Vogel on June 15, 2012
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I got these per a friend's recommendation. They're great. I mean it's hard to rave about an album sleeve but truly, they have become a part of my reconditioning process. I will clean a record I bought from the store and then put the original cover and Sleeve in a plastic outer sleeve and put the clean record into the Mobile Fidelity sleeves and place it behind the cover. It is important not to put the record back into the original album cover as those are usually dusty.

The sleeve is anti static like they say, sometimes LPs will develop a static charge on the table, but whenever I pull them out of the sleeve they are static free every time.

The paper layer definitely helps with firmness. The Sleeve can fold at the corners if you're not too careful while putting it back in the outer plastic sleeve the cover is in but be careful for god's sake. :-)

I love the Arrows on the sleeve showing me the direction of the opening so I don't accidentally drop the record.

Not much else to say, replace all your inner sleeves with these and you are guaranteed a static free, dust free, ideal environment for your LPs. I am planning to buy an order or two more of these very soon.
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15 of 20 people found the following review helpful By JT on August 27, 2012
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These Mobile Fidelity sleeves work great - they smoothly accept the LP, and I haven't really had any trouble with fitting them inside the LP jackets. You just have to go slow. And there is no static when the LP goes in or out of the sleeve. They are sturdy, so I have no fear that the LP will poke out of the sides, like they tend to do with paper sleeves.

However, I do have one curious issue with these sleeves. After I got about halfway through one package, I noticed my fingers felt kind of smooth. I took a closer look at one of the sleeves, and saw what looked like a very, very fine layer of dust covering the entire sleeve. It is definitely not regular household dust. "Dust" may not even be the best word for it. The substance on the sleeve was more like an extremely fine talcum powder. It's so fine in fact, that at first I thought it was just condensation from sweaty hands, but that was not it. I had a fresh second package, so I opened that up and saw the same fine substance. Next I went back to the LPs I had already placed in the sleeves. Sure enough, it looks like some of the substance has been transferred to the surface of some of the LPs. It must have got there by my simply handling the LP while it was sleeved, to take it in or out of a cardboard jacket.

Does anybody have any idea what that substance might be? Perhaps I got a bad batch of sleeves that slipped through quality control. I've so far found no comments anywhere of anyone experiencing the same thing. I have yet to determine if the substance is harmful to the LP or affects the quality of play. Maybe I'm ignorant of the facts - is this substance part of what makes them anti-static? Or some other by-product of manufacture?
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