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Square Deal Online DV2R07CL 7mm Double Clear DVD Cases with Wrap Around Sleeve, Pack of 100
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- Replace your broken or scratched DVD Boxes
- 7mm Thick (half the size of a standard DVD Case)
- Full, Clear Wrap Around Sleeve Lets You Put in Front Paper!
- Off Set Hubs
- Perfect for Showcasing Double Sided Artwork
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These boxes have a full wrap around sleeve. They are 7mm thick, less than half the size of a standard DVD box! Perfect for cutting down the storage space needed for your collection! The cases hold 2 DVDs in half the size of a standard DVD case!
Clear is perfect for showcasing double sided artwork in DVD cases!
These are the same DVD cases that come with most box sets! Replace your scuffed up and dirty cases with these bright and new ones! Includes 10 Free Paper Inserts to Label Your Cases!
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In brief, I agree with poster Logical's five star rating.
Per Wiki, there are two main types of plastic used in DVD covers. The old quintessential "crystal" cases were made from brittle polystyrene. The other, modern material, I believe, is called polypropylene, which is pliable, resilient, extremely tough, but still solid enough to hold its shape, characteristics these obviously have.
I did an edgewise test drop with one from refrigerator height. It bounced around a bit, but stayed closed with no damage. No sign it even took a tumble.
Manufacturing quality is excellent, particularly in regard to dimensional molding accuracy. Each sample I tried closed easily, everything lined up. A slight pinch at each corner to lock closed gives you a reassuring click. The edges are rounded to provide easy insertion into a bookshelf or box-set box. There is a detent in the middle to facilitate opening by providing edges for one's fingers to grab, making it easy to pop open again.
The hinge area is square and has a flat surface to display title lettering. I cut down a sheet of standard 8x11 printer paper by about an inch and had no trouble bending back the hinge a bit and sliding it right in under the clear wraparound. Clever design. No tape or glue necessary. It still closed normally with the full sheet, though, I think that I will decide to leave some room on the backside so as to be able to ascertain the status of he DVD's inside at a glance. The case itself is slightly translucent, which I find esthetically pleasing, but still clear enough to make out detail like the shine of the DVD's underside.
Placing the DVD on the hub was hassle free. It's held securely. I don't know if this has happened to you but I have had occasions in the past with DVDs getting "stuck" on the center hub of older style cases. You press the button and nothing happens. Very irksome. There is also danger of cracking the DVD center hole trying to pull it off. Not the case here. Pushing the center hub button feels remarkably smooth, and to my mind, requires just the right amount of pressure. The DVD safely released right off.
High marks for SuperMediaStore. Also has "Linky" above on the invoice. Maybe that is the actual manufacturer? In any event, the order was shipped and arrived promptly. Cases arrived in pristine condition lined up in two neat rows of fifty in a perfectly sized cardboard box. This was enveloped in plastic, presumably as a moisture barrier, which was then contained in a larger corrugated shipping box, and surrounded by foam packing. Even the foam "popcorn" was high quality, clean, no crumbs or dust.
Excellent value at $34.99 which included shipping, 35 cents each net cost.
One additional aside: I discovered that three of these will slide snugly but nicely into an old VHS sleeve box, so one can make an instant box-set for oneself with essentially, zero effort.
Final Note to Amazon: In the future, perhaps encourage vendors to specify what kind of plastic in product descriptions where appropriate. It would eliminate uncertainty. It's a crucial issue for DVD boxes at least.
The first box was great. The hard plastic casing was almost perfectly flat and felt sturdy. None of the DVD cases were broken, and the clear plastic covering for inserting your own labels was tight enough to hold labels without making it painful to insert them.
The second box was almost as great. 3 of the cases were a little damaged, but they still close and hold DVDs as expected.
The third box is actually a different product. The hard plastic case is no longer mostly flat. It is very bumpy which may impact aesthetics of the final result but I'm not sure. The clear sleeve seems slightly looser, but not so loose to be useless. No obvious broken cases, though we haven't used them all yet. In general they feel flimsier and not as good. They also don't close quite as nicely. This box is the reason I'm only giving 3 stars instead of 4.
In the few cases where I did not trim the paper cover art, or if the two wrappers are a little thick, then the case does not snap closed, and is pulled to open. However, I can shelve the case "nearly closed".
These are about half the width of the standard DVD clamshell cases, and I have been putting two DVDs in there, sometimes related (e.g., movie and its sequel), sometimes only similar (e.g. To Wong Foo shelved with The Birdcage). So I have 4 DVDs in the space I formerly had only 1. That is a net win, despite the fussy problems.