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DVD Packaging: Why Choose the DVD Amaray Case


At long last your dream of shooting your own film came true. Almost everyone who viewed it on the big screen loved your film and now you cannot wait to release it on DVD for the whole world to see. But now you have one more thing to think about-the packaging of your DVD. You want it to look presentable without spending too much.

As an owner of a DVD manufacturing company, I highly suggest that you choose the standard DVD Amaray case in packaging your DVD. There is a reason why it is the standard-it is tried and tested thru time and nothing still beats it.

The DVD Amaray case is exactly like the usual case that holds your rented DVDs and the ones that are commonly found in video stores. It holds one CD or DVD and has a clear plastic film that holds the artwork insert. The DVD Amaray case is made of recycled polypropylene material and features a secure lock to ensure that the DVD would not slip out of the case. It measures approximately 7 1/2″ Height x 5 1/4″ Width x 1/2″ Depth.

The DVD Amaray case is our best-seller and here are some of the reasons why:

Durable. The DVD Amaray case is definitely more durable than the thin paper DVD cases around.  It is made of sturdy plastic and is designed in a way that when someone accidentally sits on it or when something heavy falls on it, it wouldn’t break easily. And if it would, the DVD inside it is still protected because the thick plastic has to break before the DVD gets scratched or broken. The DVD wallets and other cases made of thin paper have less protection compared to the DVD Amaray case. When someone accidentally sits on it, there is a huge chance that the DVD inside gets broken or destroyed.

Cost-effective. Because the DVD Amaray case is the most commonly used of all the DVD cases in the market, it is no surprise that it is also the cheapest. If they are produced in large quantities worldwide, of course the price per item becomes lesser. Compared to the next cheapest DVD case, the DVD Amaray case is cheaper by 10 cents.

Secure. The best thing about the DVD Amaray case is that it has a secure lock or set of teeth to ensure that the DVD would not slip out of the case.  This kind of security is only offered by the DVD Amaray case and DVD digipacks.

Perfect for storing DVDs. The DVD Amaray case is not only the industry’s standard in DVD packaging, but it is also the favorite of many for storing educational DVDs, office CDs and DVDs. It is also easier to organize because there are lots of DVD shelves designed to fit DVD Amaray cases.  If you package your film in a DVD wallet, the buyers would still look for an Amaray Case so they can store it with a longer shelf life.

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