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Should You Buy A CD Storage Binder?

Let's be honest; heading into 2018, there aren’t many people that are still using CDs or DVDs. With things like iCloud, Dropbox and Google Drive; you don’t really need to store stuff on a CD. All you need to do is hook them up to an online storage facility and voila! You can now access that content from anywhere. But, that doesn’t change the fact there are still some old fashioned geeks that like to store their stuff on something tangible. However, the title of the article refers to CD Storage Binders and that’s what we’re going to get into shortly. These CD storage binders are the perfect solution to storing your CDs and DVDs. You might be wondering why. We’re just about to get into that...

Keep Your CDs Scratchless

We all remember the hassle of a scratched CD that won’t work with our PS2. Yeah, that’s common with pretty much every CD. They get scratched and eventually they damage enough and they don’t work anymore. Without having a good place to store them, you’re probably going to render your storage drive useless. Throwing them in a drawer or shelf will shorten the life span of the CD by a lot. CD Media Storage can really be a lifesaver if you’ve also had your fair share of ruined DVDs. The CDs will be stored in soft, separated compartments that’ll take good care of them. There will be absolutely no chance of them getting scratched.

Easy to Find

CD Binders are had transparent compartments that means you can easily find any CD you’re looking for. You won’t have to stumble through your shelves to find that one long-lost CD that’s probably wrecked by now. Instead, you can just put them in your binder and it’ll take you only a minute to find anyone of them. Oh, and organizing them might also be a good idea. Most people would prefer alphabetically. But, you could arrange them however you want whether it is based on genre, release year, best to worst or whatever you can come up with.

Store Tons of CDs

Even if you did come up with some DIY way to store your CDs, there’s no way you can store more than 50. But, with binders, you can literally store hundreds of them. Most binders have enough space for about 200 DVDs, but there are some that are roomy enough to store over 300 – Pretty incredible for something as small as a CD Binder.

Closing Thoughts

In the end, we’d like to say that a CD Binder is a must-have if you’re looking to maintain your CDs safely and conveniently. Binders and CDs are like a match made in heaven. And, in our opinion, it’s worth it to spend a few bucks to safeguard your CDs.