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Saturday, April 26, 2014

Organize CD or DVD Collections with a CD Binder Set from Keep Filing - Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.


We have quite a CD collection here at home, and many of those stinky CD cases are broken.  I just hate it when you want to listen to a certain CD and the jewel case is broken.  Either the cover is broken, or the little things that hold the CD in the case are broken.  Most of the time, the CD slips out and hits the floor.  There goes another CD all scratched up.


From the company that gives us archival safe organizational products, Keep Filing, comes this great CD Binder Set.  This is a neat little set that comes with a professional looking D-ring letter size binder.  It comes in a choice of four colors: red, white, green, and blue, all with black on the outside.


With it comes 10 sheets made specifically to hold 2 CDs or DVDs each.  The sheets are made of thick 4.33 mil archival safe polypropylene.  Next to each CD pocket is a place for an included label so that you can write the contents of the CD or DVD.   This CD Binder Set is basically a starter kit, as you can purchase more sleeves at Keep Filing product # 14150).  This binder will hold a maximum of 48 CDs or DVDs which equals out to be 24 sleeves per binder.


On the spine of the binder, there is a clear label holder.  This is great for organizing more than one of the binder sets.  You can download the free spine label template to personalize from Keep Filing's binder section.

Buy It: Right now the CD Binder Set is on sale at Keep Filing for only $12.09 each.   The extra sleeves for a pack of ten is 25% off, too.



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1 comment:

  1. Oh wow! I would love to get these. I've CD's in the weirdest places I tell ya just so they won't get scratched. Dave is always making them and no cases. Sheesh. These are cool. Thanks for sharing this great idea.

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