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Neo Media Aluminium CD or DVD Storage Box with sleeves holds upto 420 disks – Special Price

Neo Media Aluminium CD or DVD Storage Box with sleeves holds upto 420 disks
This 420 disc DJ carry case has a strong metallic finish featuring strong plastic indexed sleeves.This case is capable of holding up to 420 CD/DVD discs. Protects from dust, scratches and sunlight. The DJ case also has removable bars for extra storage space so you can design it to your own liking. Comes with a deluxe full quilted lining inside the whole box including the lid. Made in lightweight yet very strong aluminium material.

Internal Dimensions: Length 44cm, Height 14cm, Width 240cm (APPROX)
External Dimensions: Length 45.5cm x Width 26.5cm x Height 18.5cm

  • CD/DVD Storage Case
  • High Strength material with reinforced corners
  • Lock and key for safety and security
  • Numbered double sides high quality sleeves
  • Numbered index cards on lid for easy identification

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2 Responses to Neo Media Aluminium CD or DVD Storage Box with sleeves holds upto 420 disks – Special Price

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    4 Out of 5 Star Rating

    Neo Media Aluminium CD or DVD Storage Box with sleeves holds upto 420 disks (Personal Care)

    Really well built and came with all inserts well packaged. If you’re planning to store sleeves as well as CDs, you’ll not get 420 in. I’ve kept as many sleeves as I could and managed to get (without crushing things in too tightly) 45 pockets in each section, so 270 CDs in all.
    Doesn’t diminish from the quality of the product but something you should know if you are thinking you’ll get 420 CD + sleeves inside.

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    4 Out of 5 Star Rating

    Neo Media Aluminium CD or DVD Storage Box with sleeves holds upto 420 disks (Personal Care)

    Originally thought to buy the 1000 disk version (it being cheaper per disk stored), but after reading reviews on that regarding the weight once filled decided to go for 2 of this smaller version. This was a much better idea, these 2 boxes suit my needs exactly and they themselves are much easier to store and access.

    I was very pleased to find that once a row of sleeves had been filled that they weren’t all tightly packed and there is enough space to easily remove the disks without fearing causing them damage. The sleeves themselves seem to be of a reasonably good quality and the space given to label the disks are definitely adequate.

    On the negative side of things: in one of my boxes one of the runners that hold the sleeves had detached at one end, I had to add a screw to keep it in place. The space they give you on the index cards for noting down your list of titles is minute and of very little use – anything longer than Jaws and you start having problems – I’d highly recommend creating your own. The locks do not work – in order to remove the key you have to unlock the case.

    I’m sure the numbering system will be helpful to some people, but I’ve decided to ignore it and come up with my own system in order to make it easier (and less annoying) to keep series together – this had nothing to do with the fact that I dropped a handful of sleeves…

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