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Topic # 104033 13-Jun-2012 15:28 Send private message

Hi all,

I am trying to find a place that sells 5 or 6 disc Blu-Ray cases, in the standard 14mm width.

If anyone knows of any place in NZ that sells them, please let me know!!

Thanks!
Hamish




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  Reply # 640288 13-Jun-2012 16:36 Send private message

http://www.casemedia.co.nz/




 

 

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  Reply # 640291 13-Jun-2012 16:41 Send private message

They only stock single disc cases.




 

 



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  Reply # 640300 13-Jun-2012 17:03 Send private message

you could try a business called Leading Solutions, 09 9795479

I know they sell multi cases for DVD, and they sell blu-ray cases, just not sure about the combination for multi-disc blu-ray. The most number of Blu-ray I have recrived from a supplier in 1 case is 4 I think, often, it is just a matter of inserts.

Perhaps try your local DVD store, I have hundreds of inserts that would make a 2 or 3 disc case for DVD, and a few for Blu-ray but no more than that



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  Reply # 640330 13-Jun-2012 18:08 Send private message

I emailed Leading Solutions today, but they don't have any (they might in a few months if it is economically viable to import them).

I heard of Leading Solutions from my local video store, where I get 1 disc Blu-Ray cases from.

Do you have any inserts for blu-rays that hold two discs? I could split up my sets if I had three disc cases..




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  Reply # 640421 13-Jun-2012 21:43 Send private message

I think I have a few from the tripple packs that have been split up, where abouts are you? Most video stores will split the triple pack blu-rays so "should" have some floating around, Im in Christchurch.

How do you currently have the Blu-ray sets and how many are you looking for?

Is this a way to store say "The Bourne Series" in one pack rather than three for example?

Cheers
Sen



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  Reply # 640437 13-Jun-2012 22:11 Send private message

Im in Whangarei. The guy who runs my local video store is more than happy to sell me empty blu-ray cases, but he doesn't like to sell the inner trays because he still uses them in the lockable cases.

At the moment I just have the discs in spindles (wrestling shows, fit a whole year on 10 Blu-rays), it's just a personal hobby/collection thing. I was hoping to just use 2x 5 disc cases, but it seems to be hard thing to track down, so I guess I will have to split them up more.

hamish.towgood@gmail.com if you want to sell any :)




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