• Master unit slide storage boxes contain six boxes within a box and store up to 2,160 slides in easily identifiable groups. Available in sizes for 35mm and 2 1/4" square mounted transparencies. Each inner box (slide tray) will hold up to 360 slides. 35mm boxes come with neutral pH, non-buffered alpha cellulose index tabs to separate slides into eighteen groups; 120mm boxes have tabs for thirty compartments. These boxes also feature our follower block system, which prevents slides from shifting in partially filled boxes. Full depth lids add extra protection, strength, and security.
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Very Effective Mass Slide Storage
Very efficient mass storage. Easily used and allows user defined organizational structures. Should have a dust cover (such as cellophane) for maximum protection.
Reviewed by 33 customers
This is THE solution for long term slide storage. Don't let the reviews about the dividers and title cards dissuade you. They work perfectly. If you use a carousel with a stack loaded or are batch scanning this is the perfect storage and method to use. Only ding I would give has nothing to do with the product. Adorama needs to take better care in packaging the box for shipment. The last one I ordered had zero protection in the carton. Store your irreplaceable slides with confidence.
The boxes will preserve my "precious" slide and our family"s history.
As an owner of a transfer service company, where I transfer 35mm slides to digital images, I recommend these storage boxes to my clients for keeping their originals safe.
I had about 2,000 family slides that I needed to digitize and then store. They were originally stored in about 20 individual carousel boxes, plus a bunch of smaller individual boxes. The carousel boxes are huge and take up way too much space so I needed a smaller, more compact storage solution. This set of archival boxes is perfect. I've fit all of the slides in and I love the dividers that allow me to label things and keep everything organized. Yes, the individual box tops fit very snugly and can be difficult to remove, but I don't anticipate needing to open them much now that the project is completed.
The best storage and transfer option for that life time "put off" project I.e. 25 yrs of family slides
It's bigger than I thought it would be but it holds an awful lot of slides which is what I need right now. I will probably buy another one when this one is almost full.
I am packaging thousands of family slides to send to a scanning service. These boxes are sturdy and well made. I am comfortable that my irreplaceable slides will be make the trip safely.
I needed to archive around 5000 35mm slides, and these boxes do the job very well. The boxes are solidly made, and I suspect will hold up for years. The lids fit very snugly. For the price, this was the simplest, most compact slide storage solution I found. It has to be said that these boxes are big. On the plus side, that means they hold a lot of slides. On the downside, they are bulky and require a large cabinet or deep shelf to store. If they were 5" less deep, they would be about the size of a tall board game box, and would be perfect.
Nicely priced and extremely well constructed storage boxes with master storage box to contain six boxes. The cardboard is solid, correctly sized and reinforced at the corners with metal bands. The six boxes have enough room for a large collection although the external box is rather large for easy storage. A good supply of idex cards are supplied for cataloging. My only negative point is the provided temporary divider to keep the slides secure if the box is not completely full. This divider is a crudely shaped piece of cardboard which is designed to be folded to fit into slots in the storage box. A more substantial divider would have been welcome considering the well constructed outer boxes.
I used this product to store vintage 35mm slides from my families collection. Box construction is heavy duty, metal edges. Paper index cards are a little thin but work well. The only CON would be the packaging bubbles were flat.