Blank MoFi/DCC "Pop-Up" Jewel Cases For < $1 A Piece?

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  1. Ron Reda

    Ron Reda Cinematographer

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    I curious to see if anyone knows of a website that sells blank MoFi/DCC "pop-up" jewel cases for less than $1 a piece? I can get them on EBay all day long, but don't really feel like spending a buck per jewel case.

    Thanks!
     
  2. Philip Hamm

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    What I really can't understand is why anyone would actuallly want those crappy cases. Every DCC/MoFi disc I have is in a replacement standard jewel case so the disc doesn't go falling all over the place whenever I open it.
     
  3. RicP

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    I hate to say this Phil, but you need to be a little more careful when you open your CDs. [​IMG]
    I transfer most of my CDs into Lift-Lock cases. There's no tugging to get the disc out, no rotating, no pulling, nothing...the disc lifts up and I grab it by the edges and lift it off.
    They are my favorite cases by far for CDs.
     
  4. Michael St. Clair

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    How can a disc possibly fall out of a lift-lock case if you hold it horizontally when you open it?

    I think these are the best jewel cases ever, and wish they would have taken off.
     
  5. Ron Reda

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    RicP,
     

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