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Reviewed by: Marty Krugman on 2005-09-28 12:25:26. Rating:
I don't really like the setup of this case. The overlapping idea doesn't sit well with me. The dye of the top disc touches the label side of the disc on the bottom and when you press the button to release the top disc, it touches even harder. And when you close the cover altogether the left and right side discs touch eachother. Why couldn't they just make a quad case that holds one disc on each side, and include the swinging door in the center that holds 1 disc on both sides?
Reviewed by: (anonymous) on 2005-09-05 14:32:44. Rating:
Well worth it, 4 medias in the thickness (or slimness for you optimists...) of a single case. FOR REAL. Don't waste $ on the 6-size, I made that mistake once because it is the thickness of 1.5 cases so your inserts that you make won't fit.
Reviewed by: Vratar on 2005-05-19 13:35:30. Rating:
I was very pleasantly surprised by the quality of these cases. I was a bit wary of storing my discs so that they overlap, but the case is designed so that they never touch - there is about a 1/2 mm gap between the lower and uppper disc. When pressed firmly into place, the discs hardly rattle around at all so you don't have to worry about scratching. They release easily with a push of the button.
My only complaint is that the clear plastic for holding the cover art was attached a little too loosely. Still, I would certainly buy these again.
Reviewed by: Ed on 2004-08-13 16:50:01. Rating:
Excellent case. The DVDs stack nicely and dont touch each other, and the case is VERY high quality. It's sturdy plastic and the clear cover plastic that holds the cover insert is thick and smooth and clear. This is actually much better quality than their 2-disc case. I'd pay a little more for a 2 disc case if it matched the quality of the 4 disc cases, unfortunately the 4 disc case is more than 2x the price of the 2 disc case.