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- CD File Folder Guides
- These heavy, water-resistant card-stock dividers are durable and feature staggered letter position for easy viewing
- Guides are included for A through Z, as well as for categories such as Photos, Video, Programs, Music, Data, Back-Up, and Games
- Black Glossy Cards with White Lettering
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CD File Folder Guides. Find CDs quickly! Ideal for insertion between jewel cases, sleeves, or Vaultz CD File Folders. These heavy, water-resistant card-stock dividers are durable and feature staggered letter position for easy viewing. Guides are included for A through Z, as well as for categories such as Photos, Video, Programs, Music, Data, Back-Up, and Games. Black Glossy Cards with White Lettering.
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When the package arrived, the dividers were indeed stuck to each other. But the package had been left outside in the 10-degree air, so they were very cold when I opened them. Each divider pulled away from the next without any tearing or shredding of the high gloss coating each has. In hot, humid weather, tho', I can see how they could adhere to each other or get "sticky". In this case, perhaps placing them for 30 minutes in the freezer might be worth a try before opening the package to minimize the likelihood of this happening.
That said, these are made of heavy-stock cardboard with a high-gloss black coating. They are 5" wide and (including the tab) 5 3/4" high. For the occasional use for which these are intended, I'm sure they will hold up fine for a long while. However, if these are going to be placed where they will be thumbed through on a daily basis, I believe the tabs will bend & shred sooner than later. For heavy or daily use, I would try to find a similar product made from plastic.
In the end, I feel I've gotten my money's worth and will simply replace them when they get too worn. Certainly worth the $4 I paid for them.
I use them in an apothecary unit with drawers sized for DVD or CD disk storage where I keep disks in plastic sleeves.
The extras included beyond the letters are nice as I use one of the to keep in place of the disk I am currently watching. The only thing missing is a "numbers" tab for movies whose names start with digits like "The 6th Day." However, they are easily kept in front of the "A" tab for me.
It is also nice that every letter is on a separate tab instead of being grouped together such as XYZ. The staggered tabs are also nice if you have 2 close together.
They are thin, probably some sort of coated card stock. But they may as well be custom made to help me keep my movie collection alphabetized in the new system I'm employing. I noticed that some reviewers previously complained that they arrived melted/stuck together and could not be separated. I'm quite sure that would be extremely frustrating, that was not my experience however as none of them were even remotely stuck together. I did order in December... perhaps summer shipments may be more prone to this issue?? Can't say for sure.
At the end of the day, a $3 add-on item that allows me to save tons of space and keep my movies organized is a big win in my book. In fact, I think I will be ordering a second set so that we can maintain two collections with movies for adults in one section and the family/children movies in another. I highly recommend these if you are using the CaseLogic ProSleeve's. They work together quite well.
I hope this review has helped you determine if the Vaultz A to Z CD & DVD Storage File Guides are right for you! If this has been helpful, please give it a click!