Great price for these cases except they were unusable to me because they came in broken. The cashier looked at me as if she was shocked that I didn't want them anymore. I would not suggest buying these if they break that easily.
I'm new to the CD game. I just recently stopped storing all of my information on floppy disk, so when I found out that instead of a paper sleeve, you can put CD's in a plastic casing? Phew, I was hooked. I wonder if they make CD cases big enough to hold the original pressing of my Genesis\/ Phil Collins collection?\n\nThese babies are super easy to use once you get them open. But how to get them open? I use a screwdriver I found back behind my Phil Collins bust, in front of my Invisible Touch limited print signed poster. You kind of have to jam it in there while holding the case between your knees and then use a prying motion.\n\nReally great product. I also like to keep single and sometimes double slices of cheese in these when I bring my lunch to work and don't want the cheese to touch anything else until absolutely necessary, thus preserving the cheese essence.
Much better than the normal slim cases. this is one piece and durable. you can drop it without having the latches break like on the traditional ones. don't have to handle with kid gloves. i'M changing all my cases over to these. pliable, not brittle.
This wrist rest has a really bad chemical rubber smell to it and I cannot seem to get the stink out of it. I've tried soaking it in a water\/vinegar solution and soaking it in a pine sol solution but it has only helped a little bit. If your nose is sensitive to smell, I would suggest purchasing something else.