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5 of 5 Great alternative to bulky plain or dull DVD cases May 6, 2019
Reviewer: A from UK  
Excellent system for creating a library of discs and inlay cards etc. Looks very smart and sophisticated and is nice to handle.

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5 of 5 Five Stars April 12, 2018
Reviewer: J from UK  
Great system. Bought to add to existing folders.

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5 of 5 looks good on shelf March 29, 2018
Reviewer: S from UK  
Decent quality, looks good on shelf

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5 of 5 Five Stars August 11, 2016
Reviewer: R.b from UK  
great for storing dvd's

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5 of 5 Five Stars June 2, 2016
Reviewer: P.N from UK  
keeps dvd tidy save space looks neat

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4 of 5 Looks good, works fine. September 15, 2015
Reviewer: A.M from UK  
A bit annoying having to punch out the plastic bits where the holes were made, but only a minor annoyance. Plenty of room in the book for extra sleeves, look good and feel hard-wearing. Will buy again if needed.

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4 of 5 Best space-saving DVD storage solution we've found July 17, 2014
Reviewer: T.5 from UK  
These are pretty good. I like the colour options (we've gone for a uniform set in brown thus far) - they're well made - and they're the only one of this type of storage option that I could find that allows for decent storage of both the DVD discs and their cover artwork. The manufacturer claims your collection will shrink to only occupy one-fifth of the original space. I'm only part way through our reorganisation - and it's looking closer to a third or half (you probably won't want to put 100% of your collection in these - e.g. some boxed sets will probably stay in their boxes!). But either way - that's a significant gain in reclaimed shelf-space. Each faux-leather folder - they're obviously plastic - but they don't look cheap and nasty like some of their competitors products - comes with 20 wallets - a sheaf of paper (not sure what this is for... possibly printing labels for multi-disc DVDs where you might otherwise end up with blank-faced wallets?) - and some stickers. The wallets are - on the whole - very well made - though I feel I should mention that we did have some that were a bit fiddly to open - where the black material and the transparent plastic hadn't been cut along the line where you insert the discs properly - and required 'splitting' open. Each wallet has two rear compartments for discs - the idea being one for the film - another for a bonus disc if there is one - and a front section for the label - which'll also take a third disc as well - if need be. Some multi-disc DVD sets exceed just two or even three discs - of course. And sometimes the boxes - even of individual DVDs - are card - so you don't have an easily foldable label. There are various things one can do in these instances - but I won't go into all that here. That's something each person will deal with how they see fit - I imagine. So far we've done (or rather - I've done) about two-thirds of our collection - freeing up several shelves for books and other stuff. What with bonus-discs and multi-disc sets - most of our folders now have plenty more than twenty in them. As alluded to above we're still undecided as to what to do about some of the fancier boxed sets; at present we're keeping a good number in their original packaging. As already briefly noted - these folders come with a variety of sticky labels - and have slightly recessed areas on their wide spines - to receive the stickers. One niggling complaint I have with this product is that they have no blank labels. I'll probably contact the manufacturers at some point to find out if they either do blank labels - or if they might consider setting something up - like a template - so customers can create their own labels. I don't fancy using the off-the-shelf ones - and thus far all our folders remain unlabelled. These certainly aren't the cheapest option - they are (or were at the time I purchased them) cheaper - esp. in bulk - direct from the manufacturer - but they are far and away the best I've discovered - as yet - and because of that worth the money. If you want your collection to still look nice - be pretty practically organised - and - best of all - take up much less space - then give these some serious consideration.

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5 of 5 Neat, practical, smart, well packaged from Samba T January 17, 2013
Reviewer: K.L from UK  
I have tried three other systems for dvd storage. This one comes in at a decent price - and has durability. It arrived promptly in good time and well wrapped. The colour range is excellent. The stickers for title are neat and clear. The folders for the discs will take the whole of the artwork and booklets etc Definitley am buying further binders from these sellers.

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