Crosley CR401-WS Record Carrier Case for 30+ Albums, White Sand
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- Holds 30 albums
- Sturdy metal and resin handle
- Corner guards protect your records from bumps and drops
- Heavy duty latches and hinges will keep discs safe and secure
- Stylish, vinyl-wrapped carry case
Product detailsColour:White Sand
- Batteries : 1 AAA batteries required.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 35 x 36.5 x 18 cm; 2.85 Kilograms
- Date First Available : 10 August 2018
- Manufacturer : Deer Park Distributors
- ASIN : B07FQPP6H8
- Item model number : CR401-WS
- Best Sellers Rank: 576 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
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Virtually identical to the LP storage box you had in the 60s, Crosley's Record Carrying Case neatly stores up to 30 albums and protects them from wear and tear. Proper storage and handling can mean the difference between warped, ruined records and an impeccable, long-lasting collection. The sturdy, vinyl-wrapped case keeps 30 or more albums neat and tidy, and guards against dampness, bumps, knocks and other mishaps of everyday life. Best of all, it makes your collection instantly portable, so you can take your albums with you easily. Made to last with heavy-duty hardware, hinges, corner guards, a metal and resin handle, and a classic snap closure.
Holds 30 Albums
Stash and tote your precious vinyl LP records.
Metal and Resin Handle
Sturdy construction and corner guards protect your records from bumps and drops.
Vinyl or Fabric-Wrapped
Handy case features soft-touch vinyl or fabric wrap to complement your Crosley turntable.
Heavy Duty Latches and Hinges
Keep your discs safe and secure.
Don't Blend In.
We get our moniker from Powell Crosley, a pretty radical guy from the 1920s who knew music was for the people and created a radio for everyone. In keeping with his tradition and entrepreneurial spirit, we decided the vinyl experience was also for everyone. Our first turntable was released in 1992, when CDs were still king. Naturally, everyone thought we were nuts. But now, after over 30 years of bringing stylish music to the people, we’re one of the biggest manufacturers and trendsetters of the new-millennium Vinyl Resurgence.
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This is our mantra. Expression is a part of everything we do, not bound by time or age. From art to clothing to spaces, even the things we share on the internet are all part of our worldview. Why should music be any different? Colorful and fun, sleek and modern, funky and eclectic: there’s a Crosley for everyone.
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Crosley is stepping up to a new stage. We're listening to music, to the world, and we’re listening to you. Taking cues from awesome feedback from music lovers everywhere, Crosley is taking on the future with a heart of adventure. With the evolution of the C-series, we’ve turned a new side, and the needle’s ready to drop. Tune in with us, it’s going to be a wild ride.
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My first reaction---it only holds 30 records? Hell...that meant I had to buy four! The size seemed skimpy---until you remember the weight of stacked vinyl records. Actually 30 is reasonable. If you shoved 50 in there, you wouldn't enjoy lifting the thing. Remember, the case itself adds another 10 pounds. My second reaction---fiddy bucks? I've had root canals that cost less (they do them at the local veterinary dental school for free). But after I received my cases, I was duly impressed with the quality of the construction---heavy duty sides, with corner bumpers and a strongly-mounted carry-handle. And the attractive beige vinyl finish imparts the charm of Corinthian leather, without the haunting guilt of bovine slaughter. The cases look like they should last a lifetime. Still, I would say they are a tad overpriced for what you get. I price-shopped these aggressively on the interweb for a few months before buying, and came away empty handed. If you can find one for an even fifty, or a buck or two less, that's as good as it gets. Hoping the explanation is that they're made in America.
The odd "free hinge lid" design is an acquired taste---the lid completely detaches from the case when you flip it open. Perhaps removing the lid makes it easier to flip through the records without the weight of the open lid tipping the case over backwards? Still not sure I get it.
So, a nicely-made, good-looking, space-saving product which telegraphs "I'm a card-carrying hoarder who can afford the best." Minus one star for the weird lid thing, and the price.
And what a class way to do it. Seriously, the only improvement I would make to these carriers is to have a slot on the front or the top for a removable label. Will this carrier hold the Christmas albums or the A-C albums or maybe the Soundtrack collection? It would help to have a spot for a removable label, so you can change the label if needed.
The product description states that each carrier can hold 30 albums. That is correct. The picture attached shows a carrier with 27 albums, including a couple double-albums. You can see that this still has room to thumb through the albums. For the best "thumbing", I think 25 albums per carrier works nicely. For full-bore storage, however, you can fit in more.
I don't think I'd want a carrier that could hold more albums. This filled carrier is heavy enough as it is. When closed, the case feels sturdy as it is carried by the attached handle. Said handle, incidentally, isn't a flimsy plastic handle, but a real handle for a real load, though I have to admit I haven't been swinging a carrier around to see how it holds up.
I like the flip-off lid. You have to be careful to line up the back hinges before you lock the front, but that isn't difficult.
Definitely 4.6 stars, rounded up to 5.