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    Whatever Help -- DVD Storage!!

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    Me and my DH just had a massive fight about our DVDs.
    We currently have around 1200-1400 DVD/blurays and we need a storage solution other than a bunch of bookcases.

    We have looked into the Kaleidoscape System but at a massive $3000+ for the starter system, it is not an option.

    DH refuses to put the movies in binders/plastic sleeves.

    We are considering a DiscGear system like this one:
    Discgear.com - Selector 120HD

    But that is still super expensive (nearly $1000). I was wondering if anyone knew of a different system or had any ideas on storage. We are willing to spend upto around $1000.
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    netflix and blockbuster LOL- we just sold out last DVD- we have not purchased a DVD in over 2 yrs!

    sorry no advice on storage- we had the few we owned in boxes designed to hold DVD's
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    Holy crap 1200 DVDs!?!?
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    Let me know when you find something good because we are having the same problem!
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    Quote Originally Posted by *Emma* View Post
    Holy crap 1200 DVDs!?!?
    Yeah and we're going to move into one of those two bedroom apartments
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    eek sorry I just put all of ours into Binders less space taken up & my son can't knock 'em onto the floor
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nie View Post
    eek sorry I just put all of ours into Binders less space taken up & my son can't knock 'em onto the floor
    DH says the binders damage the DVD/scratch them and he is like no way no how about it. That's what I would like to do, though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by magpie View Post
    DH says the binders damage the DVD/scratch them and he is like no way no how about it. That's what I would like to do, though!
    We've been using the Case Logic DVD binders for so many years that I can't even remember when we first started, but I can tell you that not a single DVD is scratched or damaged.
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    Holy cow! I can't imagine having 1,200 DVD's! Do you seriously watch all of them? I'd say try to purge and get rid of some and then try to find a storage solution.
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    Our binders are from Case Logic.....and we've had absolutely no issue with scratches or damage. I have all computer , Xbox, Wii, DVD's and CD's in binders.


    You don't just shove them in all willy nilly - the slots are lined for protection and you don't stack heavy stuff on them. I have used case logic products for CD storage for years - much easy then carrying around 20 CD's for work (used to be a repair tech)

    Amazon.com: Case Logic 320 Capacity CD Wallet: Electronics

    Amazon.com: NEW DVD Binder 200-Disc (Bags & Carry Cases): Clothing

    those two links show decent pictures of the style we have.
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