120 Disc Archive Vault

by Matthew

120-Disc-ArchiveOver the years, many of you will have collected a mass amount of CD’s and DVD’s. The main problem is that collectively, they can take up a fair bit of space. The most common ways to store them is in their cases, stacked on shelves, in towers or thrown in drawers. After a while they get scratched, damaged and the cases also tend to crack. The 120 Disc Archive Vault is here to answer all these problems. This device is a case which can carry up to 120 of your discs, organized and easily accessible with out scratching or damaging them.

To access a disc you slide a selector along the front of the case to the desired number. The library is catalogued below so you know exactly which number to press. You then press a bar and the lid gently raises to open the device with the CD you need presented for you to take and play in your CD or DVD player.

The Archive Vault is covered in faux leather with a pebble-grain feel to it. It is seated on non skid feet. Underneath the archive is a title sheet drawer which holds your reference list and the archive comes supplied with a disc labelling pen, a binder with plastic sleeves to organise the CD notes and archive software for your PC or Mac to help you keep organised.

My own personal preferred method is to convert all my media on CD in to MP3 format and chuck away the CD’s. However, if you prefer to keep your CD’s and DVD’s then you can pick up the 120 Disc Archive over at Hammacher for $149.95.

Guest Post by Matthew of Gadget Venue.

2 reviews or comments

Ian Says: March 6, 2008 at 11:19 am

I have always liked this website, but this product just doesn’t fit here. My parents have had one of these units for the last eight years. Not the same brand mind you, but the same thing. Maybe you’re not striving to show the newest gadgets, but that was how it always seemed to me…

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