|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10.8 x 14.2 x 1.5 inches|
|Item model number||SNS01658|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||IDESNS01658|
Snap-N-Store Double Wide CD Storage Box, Black (SNS01658)
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- Features heavy-duty panels with industrial-size snaps
- Holds 60 CDs/DVDs in full jewel cases, 120 CDs/DVDs in slim cases or 330 CDs/DVDs in sleeves
- Pieces ship and store flat and can be assembled in a snap
- Double CD storage capacity
- Reinforced corners
- Saves space
- Sturdy construction
- Reduces clutter while providing a tasteful accent to any room
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From the manufacturer
Attractive DVD and CD Storage
Elegant chrome accents and leather-like finishes make these Snap-n-Store Media Storage boxes a great way to organize CDs and DVDs. The unique design assembles quickly with a 'snap' and folds down easy when not in use.
A Better Way to Store DVDs and CDs
Store your DVDs or CDs in attractive, functional Snap-N-Store Storage Boxes. Boxes ship flat, and you snap them together in seconds for use. The leather-like PVC laminate finish gives a neat, clean look to your CD/DVD collection. You'd never know they're made from at least 50% recycled content.
Choose the Size You Need
Choose the DVD Storage Box that holds 26 full size DVD cases (search SNS01524), or the 2-Pack version that will accommodate 52 DVDS (search SNS01618). CD's can be stored in or out of jewel cases. The Snap-N-Store CD Storage Box holds 30 CDs in full jewel cases, 60 in slim cases, and 165 discs in CD sleeves (search SNS 01521). The 2-pack doubles this storage level (search SNS01617), and if you've got LOTS of CDs, try the Double Wide CD Storage Box (search SNS01658)--it holds up to 330 CDs in CD sleeves or Vaultz CD File Folders.
Snap to store, and keep
You'll want to display your DVDs and CDs right out on the shelf in their Snap-N-Store boxes-the great looking boxes feature functional and attractive chrome accents, and a chrome card holder for labeling, so you can find what you want when you want it. And Snap-N-Store products are amazingly sturdy and durable.
CD/DVD Storage Box holds 60 CDs/DVDs in full jewel cases, 120 CDs/DVDs in slim cases and 330 CDs/DVDs in CD sleeves. Design features heavy-duty fiberboard panels and industrial-size snaps. File storage pieces ship and store flat, and can be assembled in a snap. Exterior features leather like laminate. The front of the box has a chrome card holder for labeling. Storage box is made with a high percentage of recycled material.
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So after opening them up I found that when the box isn't made it can be folded down into a really small size, which would be nice if I would ever want to undo them and store them away. The boxes themselves have little snap on pieces that snap together, so I see why people might say they come undone. Making the boxes took around 1 minute per box and was really easy since you just snap them together. The box itself I thought looked really high end, and has chrome on it, and it looks like its made of leather.
So I went ahead and put my games in it and found that if you put them in going from the front of the box to the back of the box and make one big row you can fit 26 dvd's/games, but if you go from the side of the box to the other side and make two rows, you only fit 24. The games all fit perfectly and for my Blu-ray ones there was a little room on the ends but if you fill the box up they shouldn't slide around. Also I had a few bigger collectors edition games and they fit just fine except you cant really fit all that many obviously.
Finally I decided to test the carrying around and sliding to see if the snaps would pop off and spill my games everywhere. I found that the boxes held together perfectly, so I don't know what other people are doing that theirs come undone but I felt you would have to be extremely rough with them in order for that to happen. So no you don't need super glue, or have to worry about your games spilling out unless you plan on being extremely careless with these.
Overall I thought these were really well built and look fancy. They are great storage containers for anything really. I found that you can stack them at least 6 high ( I also read reviews claiming you cant stack them that high) , and the box on the bottom doesn't appear to be bending or have any stress on it, and the stack isn't leaning or anything. I cant recommend these enough and I went and bought 4 more after the first two.
Made our own tab dividers as the ones online look too tall for these boxes. Just cut an 8.5x11 cardboard stock into quarters and add a label. Perfect fit.
The double wide CD case is the correct height and the lid fits fine. I like the double one. Hopefully they don't have plans to change that one too.
-Efficient: This case holds a lot of discs if they are in the paper sleeves. I have about 130 in there and there's still plenty of space. The description says it holds 330 and I believe it. Next I'm putting my video game and picture CD's in here and making little dividers for the sections.
-Price: I got this for about $9-10, much cheaper than most of the other storage solutions out there.
-Assembly: It took me about 2 minutes to put it together. It was pretty self explanatory after staring at it for a minute.
- Attractiveness: It's really not that great looking if you are going to have it out. It basically looks like a shoe box.
-Quality: I didn't expect much for the price. It's held together by little snaps and the material is flimsy.
I plan on keeping this and looking for a higher quality, more attractive storage box that I can leave out on a shelf in my living room. Until then this works very well and does exactly what I need it to do. I'm happy I made the decision to get rid of all my standard cases and go with this. I was reluctant to do this because I feel like I'm losing a lot of information that's on the back of cases, but realistically I don't look at that often and anything can be found online anyway. So if you're toying with the idea of doing the same, I highly recommend it!