|Brand Name||Find It|
|Item Weight||1.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||1 x 17.2 x 11.8 inches|
|Item model number||FT07015|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||FT07015|
Find It Gapless Mega Media Binder, 4 Inch Spine, 224 CD Capacity, No Pages Included, Black (FT07015)
|Price:||$17.39 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Solid rings do not pull apart
- Rings allow the pages to flow freely and smoothly from one side to the other
- 224 CD Capacity
- Black view cover
- Heavy duty for durability
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Top Customer Reviews
This binder has heavy duty rings with no gaps in them. The open end of the ring securely locks down on the base. Turning the pages is easy. The binder itself seems pretty tough.
Fast forward to now, these binders are holding up great. Granted they don't get used daily, but a few of them are nearly totally full and while they are bulky to handle like that, once you lay them down flat and start turning the pages they work fine.
My advice would be to put 28 media pages like the Case Logic CDP-200 in the binders when you get them (that is 224 DVD/CD), as adding pages later is a hassle. Or at least put 25 pages in it (since they sell them in 25 packs) if your OCD will let you (since they will not be holding the max number of pages they were designed for). :-) That does mean you'll need to plan ahead (like leave open space/pages for new ones) when you put your discs in if you want to keep them in alphabetical order, otherwise you'll be removing/moving discs to make room for them. But even then to me that is less hassle than having to remove pages to add more pages.
The gapless design allows you to turn the pages without them hanging up on the little gap that a traditional 3-ring binder has. They close securely but simply against the spine bar. And they provide an ideal storage method for the zillions of DVD's that you acquire over the years. The clear face allows you to title and index the binder with ordinary paper for a cleanly organized library.
After using this binder for a while, I give it 4 stars. I dinged it one star as it is cumbersome to use and without a zipper enclosure, one needs to be careful when handling it. Filled with CDs/DVDs, the pages are heavy and could rip out of the binder if not handled with care.
Yes, if you want to insert a page at the back of the binder, all the pages must be removed, BUT I am willing to accept that burden and be able to expand the capacity of the binder and insert pages where I want them, rather than needing to move dozens of discs in order to insert one new disc to maintain alphabetical order. Your needs/desires may vary, of course.
I sent the broken one back, but kept the rest and, with the caveats discussed, am pleased with the choice. A fully-enclosing perimeter zipper and carrying handle would make it very close to perfect.
I thought this binder was "the answer"--continuous rings (no snagging, no ring jaws alignment problem), positive ring lock (no rings popping open accidentally), ample capacity, and fair price. The fatal flaw is the inadequate securing of the ring-locking closure to the binder.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I ordered 3 of these. 2 were perfect, 1 was missing the top ring.Published 2 months ago by tbateman
This is a media binder and a very good one. It was made to store and orginize CDs, DVDs, coins, photos, baseball cards etc. it was not made to be used as a school or office binder. Read morePublished 3 months ago by julieb
Don't really care for it. Very ponderous turning pages and inserting new ones since it only opens on the one end/side.Published 4 months ago by tripelr
Eh, could be better, feels like It's not going to last, but what do I expect for this kind of money.Published 10 months ago by Ted Kolb
I bought this to store our Family's DVD's. I knocked off a star because it is difficult to turn the pages (children must be taught how to do it carefully! Read morePublished 10 months ago by Crystal D. Black