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Storing TV DVDs that are in digipaks (1 Viewer)

Nick Martin

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First, I apologize if this has been discussed before, but I couldn't find much on the subject.

Digipaks. I hate them. Plenty room for great artwork, but are just plain difficult to handle, and full of problems when you purchase them (floaters, missing discs, etc)

I have four seasons of "ANGEL", and I initially put all 24 discs in a 48-disc capacity CD wallet, but I'm worried about them staying in there.

I don't have access to alternate covers for use in amaray cases, so I ask, how do you solve the problem of storing shows(or even that 9-disc Alien Quad set) without having to unravel the whole case just to get a single disc out?

What's the answer? regular CD jewel cases? CD wallets?

I'd like some ideas.

Thanks.
 

Casey Trowbridg

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I personally use the CD wallets, at least that way I don't have to come up with art work to go in an ameray case or a CD Jewel case.

Good luck
 

Jonathan_Clarke

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I have all of the 40 disc Star Trek TOS in a cd wallet along with the movies.

Kept me from purchasing the new season sets.
 

Will_B

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UniKeep Disc10 cases. About the size of a CD, but an inch thick and with a dozen pages inside. Kind of like a cd wallet, but the case is hard plastic. Like this:


 

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