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SLAPPA d2i disc storage pages allow you to store your disc and your cover (tracklist) indedicated pockets. Each page stores 1 disc + 1 cover per each side (so each page fits a total of 2 discs and 2 covers or 4 discs if covers are not stored). The clear polypropylene windows on d2 pockets will not stick to or damage discs and the main pocket material is soft, non-woven waffle panel. All pockets are stitched not sonic sealed like most cheap disc pages, which means that they will not peel or separate over time.
SLAPPAs d2i disc storage pages are compatible and easily swapped between d2i cd cases, cd boxes and the cd crate. A cd box will hold up to 35 d2i pages.
SLAPPA d2i disc storage pages are perfect for DJ's, or people with large collections who want to stop storing their discs in jewel cases and keep their discs and covers together. The SLAPPA d2i disc storage pages are perfect for saving TONS of space (vs. jewel cases) and a great way to easily port only the discs you want to take on trips.
SLAPPAs Patented CD cases, CD Sleeves and CD Storage Solutions have won 3 Product of Year Awards and have been named by hundreds of independent reviewers as the best disc storage solutions on the market.
Patented d2i Flex Rails enable pockets to slide-n-lock
Each page holds 2 discs w/covers or 4 discs w/o covers
Available in sets of 10 or 25 pages
I really like the sleeves and box. It reduces the amount of space needed and since I can keep the insert, I don't need the case.
In addition, Dom from Slappa was fantastic and helped me in purchasing exactly what was needed.
THANKS VERY MUCH!!!!!!
The best you can get
The BEST CD storage option. The d2i sleeves are one-of-a-kind in CD storage excellence and the cases are sturdy and look good. Michelle rocks. She totally understood what I was looking for and hooked me up with all the applicable options.
No better pages on the market
I have well over 2000 discs and I used to store them in disc sox. They are a solid product but if you want the best then go with Slappa. Not only are the materials FAR SUPERIOR but you save a lot more space with Slappa sleeves. I get a disc and a track list on each side of the page - so when the page is filled on both sides I'm saving more space overall. I love these sleeves and very happy to have found them! Nice work Slappa
Great storage for large disc collection
I have well over 300 cds and needed to cut down on space - I went with the storage boxes and d2i/d3i sleeves. The sleeves are beautifully crafted and actually feel like an upgrade from jewel boxes! The storage boxes are very sturdy and quite attractive too. I picked up a 40 cd hard body case too, for those rare times I need to bring cds with me on my travels - I love the simplicity of swapping out sleeves in the case as needed!
thank god for you guys
I have over 2000 cds and (no kidding) my wife was about to leave me because we had a huge fight over the huge shelves that used to dominate our family room (and these shelves were what housed my entire collection). Well I didn't want to lose her and I also didn't want to toss my discs into just any case (which is why I wanted to stick with the shelves). When a friend had suggested Slappa I looked into you guys, and took the plunge. Well I've now converted all my 2000+ discs to the d2i sleeves and and d2i boxes, and a couple of d2i cases. It really is amazing how much space we have opened up in our room. Best of all I was able to keep all my liner notes! This was a must! The quality of your products are so superior to anything I've ever seen and I'm really so thankful I've found you. You guys helped solve a very serious problem I had. If you are ever in the San Antonio area look me up because I owe you guys a beer!
San Antonio TX
These are perfect for cds and the cover art/liner notes, but I have one problem with the way I want to use them, which is in drawers, vertically in rows: I want to use adhesive labels giving the composer/artist and title on the tab, so I can find something without pulling it out of the drawer, but the fabric used won't hold the adhesive like the clear plastic outside does. What to do?