- Brand Name: Case Logic
- Model Number: DVB-200
- Device Type: Koskin DVD Binder
- Supported Devices: DVD
- Width: 11.25 inches
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Case Logic DVB-200 200 CD/DVD and 92 Liner Note Capacity (Black)
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- DVD Wallet holds 200 discs and 92 movie title notes
- Innovative Fast-File pockets allow quick storage and immediate access to 16 additional favorite or "now playing" CDs
- Quick-Lock Moveable Page System makes re-organizing or alphabetizing your CD collection a snap
- Additional slots in ProSleeve pages for "bonus footage" discs
- Convenient carrying handle
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So where does the number 200 come from? There are two disk sleeves for each clear-view pocket (92 clear-view pockets x 2 disk sleeves per pocket brings the running total of available storage up to 184). This arrangement means that you'll either have an empty sleeve for movies with only one disk. And this will probably be the case for most of your movies. But this extra sleeve will come in handy if any of your movies have a separate special-feature disk or are in two parts (like the Lord of The Rings extended editions, which are on 2 disks each). With this system you can store those disks in the extra sleeve.
An additional non-removable disk-only storage area (with 16 slots) is located in the front of the binder, bringing the total disk storage capacity to 200. So this binder really will hold 200 disks -- or you can use it as a movie library, in which case it will hold 92 individual movie sets plus 16 disks in the additional storage area (useful for storing homemade DVDs and other disks that don't come with artwork).
***HERE'S A TIP: I noticed that a few people complained about not being able to browse their movies very easily because the disks are hidden inside their sleeves and often times movies don't come with liner notes for the clear-view pocket.Read more ›
Also, many DVDs just don't have liner notes. They might have a catalog of other DVDs from the same studio or maybe a slip of glossy paper with track listings, but that's about it. In those cases, you'll be wanting to slide out the wrap-around "cover" from the DVD case, fold it just so, then place it in your folder. Will this make unsightly creases in the "cover," should you unfold it back? Sure. But are you going to be placing the DVD back in the plastic DVD case, ever? If not, then why worry?
Long story short, if you're of a mind to reduce the space taken up by all of your DVD cases, then this is a very capable solution. A stack of DVDs as tall as the average human can be packed easily and safely into one of these binders and stacked on a shelf. It's not bad-looking, either.
The soft rubbery material of the pages hold the discs snugly. The two slots on each half-page are of different depths, with one covering most of the disc's surface and the other covering about half. The shallower pockets allow some of the disc label to show, making it easier to see which disc is in which pocket.
The binder system allows individual pages to be removed and re-inserted, but the design makes the process cumbersome. Plastic straps pass through two slots in each page and lock into the binder. Removal or insertion of a page involves unlocking the system (unsnapping a heavy snap - a potential breakdown area with repeated use) and withdrawing the straps from all of the pages between the lock and the desired page, then reinserting the straps through all of the other pages before locking the system again. Extra pages are available for purchase in sets of 10, making it a little easier to re-organize contents. Even though I have packed some of the pockets with layers of inserts, there seems to be room for several more pages in each case.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We ordered 4 of these and got rid of all our dad boxes! Talk about down sizing!!Published 12 days ago by Alexandra S.
I love these cases because I can keep the liner notes of my DVD without having to keep all the plastic cases. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Beckster loves books
was glad to be able to find the cases that matched what I already hadPublished 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
Has no sleeves and can't find replacements ANYWHERE. I needed them before I moved and can't even use it I'm pissedPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I don't know why they stopped making this. The design seems almost exactly right. Easy to use in just about every way for its intended purpose.Published 4 months ago by F. E. Smith
After 5 years, this is still holding up to the kid's abuse! There are pros and cons to this, but for my need, the Pros win. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mrs. Phun