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Memorex Slim DVD Video Storage Cases - 25 Pack - Clear
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- Patented Centering Hub
- Clear Sleeve For Personalizing
- 1/2 The Depth Of Standard DVD Cases
- Slim DVD storage cases with patented centering hub
- Sturdy polypropylene plastic construction keeps movies secure
- Half the depth of standard DVD cases for additional storage
- Clear sleeves for personalizing cases with custom illustrations or printouts
- Includes 25 cases total
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- Brand Name: Memorex
- Model Number: 32020024215
- Width: 5.5 inches
- Item Display Depth: 8 inches
- Display Height: 6.75 inches
Top Customer Reviews
They are flexible and don't shatter like jewel cases.
You can see through them if your DVDs have labels or writing on them.
You can write directly on them with a Sharpie type pen so if you make your own home DVDs you don't have to write on the DVDs at all and risk what might happen long term with the pen ink chemicals interacting with the DVD layers.
And, they're designed not to damage the DVDs.
I've ordered lots of these. They're great!
For one thing, the other product is cheaper than this one: 100 cases for approximately $35, whereas 100 of this product (4 packages of 25) comes out to around $60. In addition, there are a few other areas in which I think the other product is better:
1. The plastic seems to be of a different makeup. (I believe there are other reviews that actually tell what kind of plastic is used in each product.) These Memorex cases feel the slightest bit thicker than the others, but the others don't feel flimsy in comparison; they simply feel more flexible. I haven't had the cases long enough for any of them to crack, but I have a feeling that these Memorex ones will be more prone to cracking than the others will.
2. The latch on the other cases feels slightly more secure than the latch on these cases. For some DVDs, the latch on these cases seems to work just fine; however, the paper insert that you trim and slide into the clear sleeve around the case is much thicker on some DVDs than on others. Disney cartoons, in particular, have inserts that are so thick they're almost like cardstock.Read more ›
Excellent spindle design - great preservation of the discs - the little push button doesn't require you to pry the disc out.
And these slim lines take up far less shelf space.
You can put your title pages inside, or these cases have outer sleeves that you can put covers in as well. You get the best of all worlds.
If you use the outside sleeve, no precise cutting is required. Cut your title page to major dimensions, insert the label, fold it closed - you have a nice crease created, and if you print things correctly (takes a little time to create a proper template but worth it) you can get labeling on the spine (line it up well before the first closing). This will allow you to make your title pages out of card stock, not having to pay extra for "DVD Case Insert" packages.
Would recommend these over any other cases out there.
First, the quality of the material is outstanding; They obviously use virgin poly. They're also nice and straight. For some reason, the Dynex cases always had a pronounced curve. The outer sleeve is also of a quality gauge and they seem to be attached well so they should last.
Here's the BUT. The center hub which they tout so much is absurd. To test my hypothesis, I put a used DVD in the case and walked around the office and gave it to 10 different people and then simply asked them to remove the disc. Only 2 out of the 10 could release the disc quickly. For about five others, it took a good 15-20 seconds to release the disc. The others were still working on it after 30 seconds. The problem is, if you hold the case like you normally would, say, a book, it doesn't release like other DVD cases. Yo have to depress the button and slide it left. If you depress the button and just lift as usual, you can yank on it all day (which is what some did and to the detriment of the DVD) and it won't come out. That can't be good for stress at the center hub of the DVD. There's got to be a better design than this clunker that will protect that fragile area. The standard Amaray box hub is terrific. Do they need to over-complicate these things?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I can always find the colored ones but finding it harder to find the clear ones now. Thank you for still carrying them.Published 2 months ago by Patrick A. Odell
Perfect cases for DVDs that I sell. Sturdy, very slim and they hold the disk securely when it's shipped. Excellent is all respects.
Suzanne Arms, Colorado