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  1. #11
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    cheers for the help fella's .
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    I've bought a few of these packs from Ebay and have always been happy:

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ULTIMATE-...K/273065115856

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    Quote Originally Posted by harmonica98 View Post
    I've bought a few of these packs from Ebay and have always been happy:

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ULTIMATE-...K/273065115856
    Those look good and very good value too for 50
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    I like the Mobile Fidelity ones the best out of all I have used. I have always found Juno the cheapest place to buy them.

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  5. #15
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    I've always used both types (Nagaoka and polyvinyl paper), but in the last few years, mainly the latter. Both types have pros and cons. The Nag. type need folding in one corner to insert, and get a bit creased etc. after some use. They also need more careful handling when inserting/extracting. They are usually slightly more expensive, but the big advantage is that they can be inserted into the existing inners. You do need masking tape or similar to write the cleaning date etc. if you're of a bookkeeping nature like me.

    The polyvinyl fits into SOME existing inners, but not all, and can then be a bit of a pain getting both into the odd tightly fitting outer sleeve. However, they are more durable, can be written on (in pencil too), are easier to handle and generally cost less. Oh yes, they are a mm or two shorter on one side to facilitate sliding the record in, whereas the Nag. type that I've used do not.

    You pays your money...... Worth having both types for all contingencies, i.m.o.

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    Bought these for the first time last week. They seem quite nice.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01FMPXD...519640040&sr=3

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    Tonar make good ones....................
    http://www.tonar.eu/index.php?item=t..._id=28&lang=EN
    Find 'em at your local dealer or Amazon etc

    Jim.

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    Regards,
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    Fold the corner down and it will go in fine - fold both corners down if you're feeling adventurous 😏

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    Quote Originally Posted by moffer View Post
    Bought these for the first time last week. They seem quite nice.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01FMPXD...519640040&sr=3
    Yes, They are the ones I get, and with the bevelled edge not straight, great value.
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