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122 of 128 people found the following review helpful
on July 21, 2009
I just received the CityGear case that holds 320 CD/DVD. Don't let the few that have down-graded or complained in these reviews steer you away. I've owned many cases over the years and this is quite fine. First, Targus provides a lifetime warranty - within reasonable limits. Second, if you can get this item for $30 or less then your getting a fair deal. I would say this is very similar to the Case Logic CD/DVD holder - I have many. It has a quality zipper, high quality holder with top flap, and excellent stitching so your case does not fall apart. The outside looks nice. The only negative is the handle which is a hard plastic. I prefer strong material but is the least important aspect of the case and my personal preference - not a big deal. Hope this helps you.
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59 of 62 people found the following review helpful
on February 24, 2009
I needed a case to gather my DVD collection which are over 150. This case is very strong. The outside is very elegant and the pockets are very thick and hold the DVDs well. Flipping through the DVDs the best thing ever. The DVD pockets are divided in such a way so that on maximum capacity they look like an elegant encyclopedia WITHOUT piling up & being difficult to flip through. I bought colourful separation tags that I stick to the pages to create different "sections" since I have such a bid collection. Would definely buy another one or two very soon for my next collection.
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48 of 53 people found the following review helpful
on April 8, 2009
I bought this because I ran out of room with our old Slappa case. I used it for all my son's DVD's. It is nice looking and seemed sturdy enough. Compare it to the Slappa cases and it is inferior. It is hard to open and shut. The flap around the zipper when you open the case is cumbersome and gets in the way. Sometimes we would be in and out of the case 10 times in one day and it just wasn't worth the annoyance of how difficult it was to open and shut.

Ultimately I ordered a bigger Slappa case because the sturdiness of the outside and how easy it is to get in and out of. The one thing I don't like about the Slappa cases is a positive for the Citygear. The Citygears 320 capacity holds one dvd per pouch and you can see the DVD. The Slappa cases have 2 slots one for the album cover and one behind for the CD. Since I am using the case for DVD's that feature is useless and it takes away from its capacity since I need to see the DVD's. I don't store any in the 2nd slot. So if you don't plan on using this case multiple times during the day and it is mostly for storage than it serves its purpose.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon March 17, 2009
I have bought several CD/DVD cases from Targus. Some are great (like the discontinued bubble sleeve binders) and some are terrible (like the City Gear). This case has the absolute worst kind of sleeve. The ones with 1) slots that do not easily fit the CD booklets and 2) the slots with the most idiotic design ever invented: a plastic tab at the top that scratches CDs when put in or taken out of the slot. Targus makes many good products. This is NOT one of them. My suggestion is to avoid this product, unless you really like getting your CDs scratched and scuffed.
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75 of 96 people found the following review helpful
on June 7, 2009
Citygear, also known as Targus has ruined over $6080 worth of my dvds.

After just filling up the last slot of my case, i play one of the older dvds i had put in it and found it froze and ultimately couldn't be played. I look at the disk, and notice a small round curve of blotches of smudge/scratches on the top of the disk. I look at my other disks, and notice to my horror... all my disks have this same round scratchy edge. I try and play a few of them.. and they are all messed up. Most of my disks are burned copies, and even the authentic dvds have the scratches and cannot play.

I know for a fact the top plastic flap is what has ruined my disks, as every time you take a dvd out or in the top flap scratches at the top of the disk. I even tested this with a perfect, non-scratched new dvd-r, and after taking it in and out it had the same markings. I've looked at different reviews from citygear/targus cd holders and found people are having the same problem.

You have no idea how upset i am.. I am NEVER, EVER buying from this company again. All my movies are destroyed, and movies are my life. I feel like killing myself. Do yourself a favor, and please, please never buy this cd/dvd case.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on February 17, 2009
I was very please with the quality and design. It holds far more disks then the other cases I have and inserting them into the sleaves is easy. When you're looking for a selection you have 8 disks showing as you turn a page instead of 2 or 4 like the smaller cases. I would buy this item again if the need comes up. Thanks for the good price and service Amazon.com!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on September 15, 2010
My husband and I recently purchased the Targus CityGear 240 Capacity CD/DVD Album Case TDP018US (Black with Grey Contrasting). I will admit, when my husband first told me he wanted to get rid of our DVD shelves (we were using two bookshelves) I expected not to like the DVD cases. We decided to purchase 2 of the 240 capacity cases and I am pleased with the results. I didn't think I would like the case look, or flipping endlessly through pages to find the movie I want to watch, but I love the new space it has given us in our living room and the ability to put away the DVDs when need be. I did read some reviews that state the case is hard to close when full, we did not run into this problem. We have one of the cases already full and it zipped up perfectly. The handle is also a heavy duty handle so we do not have any concern for it ripping or breaking in the future. Since our collection is ever growing, we plan on buying a third one very soon. I would recommend this product!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on December 1, 2011
After put in 40 CDs, I notice it start to bend my CDs. Because the spine wasn't wide enough and all the sheets are stitched together at the middle, when I open it like a book and flip all sheets on one side, it start to bend CD from the edge. Also it's more difficult to insert a new CD into these bended sheets.

As the CD pockets became very tight even only half loaded, I won't recommend it for anyone who will access their CDs often. Should be aware that the proper capacity of this product is around 60 CDs. I feel that if I put more in, it'll became too tight and actually damage the CDs rather than protecting it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on August 16, 2012
This seems like a nice case until you start putting the DVD's in. After about 30 they pinch together so much at the back you cannot easily close the case to zip it. I did get 36 in there but I had to squeeze it together so hard I was afraid of damaging the DVD's. I'm sure they would warp if I left it closed that way. Amazon was great of course and refunded my money.
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20 of 27 people found the following review helpful
on June 7, 2009
(I have the 320 disk capacity model, which is the same as this one)

Citygear, also known as Targus has ruined over $6080 worth of my dvds.

After just filling up the last slot of my case, i play one of the older dvds i had put in it and found it froze and ultimately couldn't be played. I look at the disk, and notice a small round curve of blotches of smudge/scratches on the top of the disk. I look at my other disks, and notice to my horror... all my disks have this same round scratchy edge. I try and play a few of them.. and they are all messed up. Most of my disks are burned copies, and even the authentic dvds have the scratches and cannot play.

I know for a fact the top plastic flap is what has ruined my disks, as every time you take a dvd out or in the top flap scratches at the top of the disk. I even tested this with a perfect, non-scratched new dvd-r, and after taking it in and out it had the same markings. I've looked at different reviews from citygear/targus cd holders and found people are having the same problem.

You have no idea how upset i am.. I am NEVER, EVER buying from this company again. All my movies are destroyed, and movies are my life. I feel like killing myself. Do yourself a favor, and please, please never buy this cd/dvd case.
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