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Do they make any kind of sheeth/protector for DVD's?

 
Old 01-14-04, 03:18 PM
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Do they make any kind of sheeth/protector for DVD's?

Just wondering if they make any kind of hard case or protective sleeve/sheeth (much like the Superbit DVD's) that would fit over a normal single DVD case that would protect it from the elements, virtually anything that can damage it if it were to become a collectible or something? Anything reasonable priced for a DVD that is already opened and simply needs that extra protection, nothing crazy, just as another precaution. Just wondering. Thanks for anyone's help as to where to get if anywhere.
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Old 01-14-04, 03:26 PM
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I found this mailer: http://www.meritline.com/dvdmailhigqu.html

I am not sure that anybody actually sells slip covers.

Just to satisfy my curiousity, what "elements" are you protecting these from?
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Old 01-14-04, 03:34 PM
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Just to satisfy my curiousity, what "elements" are you protecting these from?
...rain, sleet, hail, snow, bird droppings, sticky fingers, baby drool, vomit, doggy poo, cat pee...

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just dust, normal wear and tear, possible scratches to case and plastic , etc..
something to keep on the shelf that holds original in mint condition..just thanks for link..
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^In the rare occurences when a keep case is damaged, would it not be more efficient to just switch the cover art, insert and disc into a new keep case rather than bother with encasing the cases in cases?
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Scott: ...would this be any help...?...

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I think www.associatedbag.com have some plastic slip cover for snapper cases. They might have something else for keepcases. In the worst case, you can always buy rolls of shrinkwrap and the heat machine, and keep re-shrinkwrapping your DVDs to their death.
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Originally posted by Yakuza Bengoshi
^In the rare occurences when a keep case is damaged, would it not be more efficient to just switch the cover art, insert and disc into a new keep case rather than bother with encasing the cases in cases?
Exactly my thought...
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As long as you take care of your stuff there's nothing to worry about.
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Old 01-15-04, 01:59 AM
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Originally posted by Hendrik
...rain, sleet, hail, snow, bird droppings, sticky fingers, baby drool, vomit, doggy poo, cat pee...

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Good grief, Hendrik! What do you do with your DVD's?












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