Artisan 240 Disc Black Faux Leather DVD Album with 120 Liner Notes and Title Cover Page Capacity Using Metal Ring Binder
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- DVD Wallet holds 240 CD/DVD discs + space for 120 movie title & liner notes. Stores 30% more movie titles pages & liner notes than others
- Strong metal 3 ring binder, not plastic or vinyle. Unique design + durable easy care outer materials
- Zipper enclosure for safe storage and maximum protection from dust and scratches
- Album Size (inches) : 13 x 12.25 x 8.25
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|Item Dimensions||8.25 x 12.25 x 13 in||11.7 x 12.2 x 6.6 in||7.75 x 12 x 13.25 in||10.25 x 11.5 x 1.5 in||13 x 11.25 x 7 in||2.25 x 11 x 8.25 in|
Made with durable easy care outer materials, using metal 3 ring binder, not plastic or vinyl. You may easily add and organize DVDs as your collection grows. With high quality material and workmanship to protect your valuable discs. Each pocket has a non-woven material to protect the disc. Zipper enclosure allows for safe storage and provides maximum protection from dust and scratches. Store 120 Movie Title Page and Notes + 240 DVDs. Holds 30% More Movie Titles Pages & Notes than others.
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Each Artisan binder has sixty pages that hold two discs on the front side, two on back, for a total of 240 discs. There are four different sections each separated with a three ring binder. They're about as wide a a DVD case is tall. Once full, a binder weighs roughly 15 pounds and there isn't a whole lot of wiggle room between each page. I like to keep every title alphabetical and I know I will be adding to my collection, so to be safe, I removed four pages from each section to leave plenty of extra space and add-in room. While you can put only one movie on each page, I opted to put two discs on each, often combining sleeve pictures one behind the other. However, with sets that come with two discs, I will keep those on one page. If a set has 2+ discs, I will usually cut the cardboard cover around the DVD/Bluray case (if it came with one) and just attach it on the next side. Just to make sure certain discs and sets were going together, some movies with one disc, still did end up having a page of their own.
Also, having a decent collection of TV show seasons, I don't really know if this is a convenient option because now I feel like I need cover art for each page. To be honest, I may keep my TV shows in the cases they have... Still undecided. Like many others, I still have a couple shelves worth of rather nice sets or steel books I can't yet bare to get ride of, so it seems like I'll still have a small shelf of movies.
I bought a total of five binders. Four are used for movies, one for games and TV shows. With the pages I've taken out, I have sixty four extra pages, so I'm really not planning to buy another one of these for a long time! But, because I've decided to have extra space in each, having five of these are definitely still a large storage option. Much better than 5 bookshelves, but that's an opinion. To organize things, I have a paper list of all the movies I own that I keep near my "theater system" and then a list in each binder of what's included. For now, I've simply labeled each binder with what's inside to keep track of the binder order as well, for example "Mirrors - Spider-Man". For me, this process took 8+ hours to complete.
The biggest complaint I have about these is I HATE three ring binders that don't have a latch you can press to open. Which means if I fill these completely, I'm using my hands to rip apart the 3 ring binder in each section each time. I think having the latch would make it so much more convenient when removing or adding pages as often as I will. It's also rather bulky, changing out a movie quickly and grabbing another isn't as quick as grabbing one off of the shelf due to the size.
I have yet to have any issues with the pages scratching the discs.
But aside from all of that, this is definitely a cheaper option than the DiscSox and more convenient that simple CD cases with the number of discs it holds. I would recommend these to someone who has roughly 150~ movies and probably not for someone with as large (or larger) collection than my own unless you're comfortable with having all the extra cases.
Good luck fellow consolidators!
I got this binder after reading reviews on a few different products because it seemed like this one was the one that best fits the DVD artwork and booklets. In practice, movies with thin paper cover artwork fit just fine, but heavier paper and the DVDs with cardboard covers instead of the plastic DVD cases have to be folded in the middle of the spine. Not a huge deal, but I know there are plenty of neat freaks like me who will have a fit at the thought of creasing the covers.
Something else that occurred to me as I started transferring my DVD collection to this case is that I have quite a few DVDs that are in unusual packaging that can't really be collapsed down to fit. This poses two problems: first, I'm still going to have a stack of DVDs to deal with because for one reason or another I can't part with the original packaging, and second, this tends to throw off any cataloging system you might implement. If you're looking through the folio at movies, you might not think about the movies that aren't in it.
The construction of this folio seems well done. My one complaint is that with the four sets of binder rings across the very wide spine, as you fill up the book the pages tend to not lay very flat. I'm not sure that there's much that can be done about it, but it might be problematic with a very full collection. The pages seem a little flimsy, but I haven't had any tears or rips, despite shoving some pretty tight cover art into the pockets. The layout with one artwork pocket and two disc pockets on each side of the page is nice, but most of my movies have only one disc, so on most pages there's an empty disc pocket. This means that ultimately, if I insist on keeping the artwork and discs together, I'll need two or three of these folders to house my entire collection. But that's fine, because just one of these folders takes up only about a third as much space as the movies in their DVD cases did.