WORLDWIDE CUSTOMERS: Each package contains 1000 CD Sleeves (PRIORITY SHIPPING INCLUDED)
Holds the booklet & a CD on one side;
tray card with CD in the other side. Fold in half.
5-1/8 x 10 5/8 4mil POLY
I have a lot of CDs, probably more than ten thousand of them. To some, this may sound like a windfall, but it gets to be a bit of a problem after a while. When I moved from Brooklyn to the big city a few years ago and faced a drastic reduction of space, I decided to consign large numbers of the little silver wonders to a storage facility.
A couple of years ago, I found the solution. It has almost literally saved my life, and I'd like to spread the word to any other suffering souls. It is a plastic CD sleeve put out by Jazz Loft. I'm sure other companies put out similar products, but my loyalty is to Jazz Loft. It takes up about one-tenth the space of a jewel case. I've been able to squirrel away a thousand or more new CDs without needing an inch of extra space.
- Alex Ross, Music Critic for New Yorker Magazine
Directions for use:
- Open the sleeve with the center opening facing up and, if discernable, the shorter side to the right.
- Slide the CD tray card, with the type facing away from you and its right side edge folded on the perforation, into the right side of the sleeve. Tuck any remainder under the left side of the sleeve opening.
- Slide the CD booklet into the left side of the sleeve, with its cover facing away from you.
- Slide the CD into the right side of the sleeve so it's on the inside of the traycard.
- Close the sleeve by folding it along the tray card's other perforated edge.
- You should have a symmetrically folded sleeve that shows the booklet in front (bracketed by the spines) and the tray card in back.
- Cannot ship to: Canada, Mexico