I like the concept. It looks good. Holds the discs sufficiently well. However, I was under the impression that there contains a facility for holding the actual DVD covers/inserts... but this is not the case. Disappointing in that they could additionally (and inclusively) have also produced an alternating second plastic insert page (perhaps A5 plastic-pocket) that could hold the paper DVD covers/inserts beside the respective discs' plastic insert page. That's such a simple solution... but it seems no-one thought of it. So, now I have the folders and can store the actual discs... what do I do with the paper DVD covers?
How accurate was the sizing? Accurate
Please tell us about the quality of the product. Reasonable quality but not enough to merit the asking price
Was the product free of any manufacturer defects? Yes
If you have collections this is a good way of getting them organized and freeing up bookshelf space. Otherwise, be aware if you have a general film collection, this might not be a good purchase if only because usually you want those items alphabetized and you would be constantly reorganizing. But if you have TV series eps in sequence or other disks that are by category but don't have to be sequenced, this is a great way of organizing them. I wish the labelling process were easier. I have standard sticky labels for the outside of the pockets and I'm unsure they will stay attached over time as they were difficult to press on. This I found preferable to the vertical insert strip pocket (the strip itself doesn't come with the binders).
How many of these binders would I need to hold 200 DVD's, and how many sleeves can you add to 1 binder? Need to know in order to make an order? please answer back quickly
Thank you Margi. on Oct 8, 2012Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question