Case Logic CD/DVDW-320 336 Capacity Classic CD/DVD Wallet (Black)
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- Capacity of 320 disks or 160 disk/booklet combos
- Fast-file pockets provide quick access to 16 discs
- Padded black nylon exterior
- 25 year warranty
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Case Logic 100 Capacity CD Wallet
Wallet holds 100 CDs or 46 with booklets
Innovative Fast-File pocket allow quick storage and immediate access to eight additional favorite or now playing CDs.
Patented polypropylene ProSleeves keep dirt away to prevent scratching of delicate CD or DVD surface.
Durable outer material resistant to abrasion.
|Dimensions||11.5 x 2.6 x 6.5 in ; 1.08lbs||6.5 x 1.2 x 6.1 in;.3lbs||6.9 x 2.7 x 6.3 in ;.15lbs||11.5 x 2.5 x 6.5 in ; .73lbs||12.6 x 11.4 x 2.6 in ; 1.1lbs||12.6 x 5.5 x 11.4 in ; 2.2lbs|
Top Customer Reviews
The way to do what I did is to get rid of the jewel cases entirely. To do that, do this for each CD you own:
1) Each side of each CDW-320 page has four pockets. Put the CD in one of the two top-most Pockets on a page.
2) Put the CD's booklet in the pocket underneath its CD.
3) Finally, pop open the CD case (it takes just a little force) and pry out the back-of-the-CD card. Straighten out the folds of that card, and slide it in sideways into the bottom pocket, behind the CD's booklet. It will stick up over the top of the pocket, but since it's in the bottom and the CD's in the top, it doesn't hurt anything. The back card will just cover up a little of the CD.
Continuing in this fashion will allow you to fill up the wallet with 160 CDs, since each CD takes up two pockets. Double and Triple CD cases work similarly, and just use up more pocket-pairs.
When you take out a CD to play it, you can take out the booklet too, and see the back-card with the tracklisting through the clear pockets. You never have to take the back-card out, which is good, since its straightened-out folds may be delicate and may rip with too much handling.
Finally, you can recycle the jewel cases, saving a few in case you want to lend a CD to someone.Read more ›
Because of the unique design of the locking system however, inserting papges is not particularly easy -- the rings lock in front of the first page, so to insert a page, you have to pull out all of the pages in front of it. It would have made more sense to have it lock in the back -- that is where you would either want to add pages, or remove the extra ones.
All in all, we are pleased ... it is a great way to store our cd's, it gets rid of that major shelving system we bought only for our discs, and, frankly, the discs are more accessible, than in some of those fancy jewell cases.
My favorite aspect of the wallets is that we actually listen to our music more -- we were storing our discs in our library -- away from our stereo, so you actually had to make an effort to pull the discs if you wanted to listen to them. Because these books are so much more portable, they are where our stereo is.
I foresee the future holding all music electronically, on demand. But in the meantime, several of us own thousands of CD's and this seems to be the best way to store and protect them.
(PS I understand the hesitation of actually tossing the jewell cases -- all I can say is DO IT!!! It feels fine. And if worse comes to worse, pull them open and save the inserts.)
both brands are made well- neither of them broke during the evacuation- which is amazing seeing as how- with all my cd's and dvd's inside each wallet weighs 17 to 18 lbs.
I have decided to purchase another case logic cd case- for many reasons...
1. The Fellowes is made well- but you can't take pages out and organize them. The case logic case- you can- it's a pain in the butt though- especially if you want to change a section in the very back... but it's still nice to have the option- and still way better than having to move the cd's out of the sleeves.
2. The Fellowes is made well- but the construction doesn't have as much heft to it as the case logic. when both are empty and you're holding one in each hand- the case logic is a little heavier. the case logic- has nicer smoother nylon feeling fabric- rather than the coarse canvas fellowes. the case logic's has more seam reinforcement. the fellowes has a little bit more padding- but i don't really see how it makes any difference in protecting the media inside.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've had this for over 2 years and it is still holding together perfectly. Great case!Published 6 days ago by Adam J. Gardner