5/12/14

CD and DVD Binder Set Organizer - Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
Keep Filing sent me this handy CD Binder Set and I'm so happy to be able to organize all my music CDs. Clutter makes my life crazy and I hate wasting time looking for things. It will also fit my movie DVDs or my computer software CDs. This set comes with a binder, 10 sleeve pages, and index label tabs.
This 65% recycled polypropylene, black binder comes in four different contrasting colors - green, red, blue or white - so I can get several to organize by type. It's a very sturdy, coated binder that measures 1-1/2 inches thick, allowing me to add more pages as I need them.
The spine of this 3-ring CD binder has a slot for a category label (also included) and a finger hole so I can easily pull it off the shelf. The binder rings are coated black and are 3-1/4 inches apart, just like a regular paper binder. The flat edge on the rings makes it easier to turn the pages and prevents the pages from slipping off.
The sleeve sheets are designed to hold 2 CDs or DVDs, and along each page edge is a smaller sleeve to hold the included index label tabs. The labels offer plenty of room for me to list music artist, CD title and even song lists. My computer CDs often come without labels so this really helps for that.
The durable pages are made of a super heavyweight material and are archival-safe, so I know I can count on my Keep Filing products and my CDs to last a long time. The 15 minutes I took to organize my 20 favorite music CDs will save me hours of searching for my music discs.
Check out www.keepfiling.com to order your CD Binder Set Organizer and be sure to check out their huge selection of organizational products for home and office. You can also follow them on Facebook.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
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2 comments:

  1. This is a great way to store CDs if you still have a huge collection. I have mostly MP3s.

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