Logan Electric Slide File, Archival Metal Storage Box Holds 750 2x2 Mounted Slides in Groups of 25" Styrene Inserts.

Logan Electric

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About Logan Electric

Logan slide files are the best selling slide files in the US. Each is individually crafted of high grade steel and finished with a durable baked enamel finish. All of them are archival quality. Each comes equipped with a carrying handle and steel latches insuring tight lid closures.

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Easy to use (6),Durable (5),Compact (4),Lightweight (4),Easy to load photos (3),Well organized (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Casual photographer (4),Photo enthusiast (3)

Logan Electric Features

  • Slide Files - All metal boxes for storing 2" x 2" 35mm color and black & white slides.

Reviews about this item

Review Snapshot®

 
4.2

(based on 12 reviews)

92%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

best slide storage available

If you are looking for the best way to save space, safely store and organize large numbers of slides this is the best system available.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Could be improved

I ordered 3 slide boxes. 2 were in good shape but one had a defective latch and would not open. It cost $14 to return for a replacement so that increased the cost considerably. I had to make my own tabs. Unfortunately I did not find a better product. It did not comfortably hold 750 slides. I found that 500 slides fit comfortably

Reviewed by 12 customers

 
3.0

Could be improved

By

from Visalia, CA  -  Casual Photographer

I ordered 3 slide boxes. 2 were in good shape but one had a defective latch and would not open. It cost $14 to return for a replacement so that increased the cost considerably. I had to make my own tabs. Unfortunately I did not find a better product. It did not comfortably hold 750 slides. I found that 500 slides fit comfortably

 
3.0

Logan Electric Slide File

By

from Bartlett, IL  -  Casual Photographer

I have purchased several of these slide storage boxes and for the most part they do what they are supposed to do. They are made of metal with a vacuum molded insert to separate the slides. However, the latch on one of the boxes I bought broke (there is an internal spring that holds it either open or shut), which I found disappointing.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Best Choice For Slide Storage

By

from Tennessee  -  Photo Enthusiast

I'm using this file to catalog and protect a collection of Kodak slides I inherited from my parents. These slides were originally stored in bulky aluminum slide magazines or carousel projector rings. As I remove them from their holders, I am digitally scanning them, then organizing them by date in my Logan file. I bought this model, with the styrene plastic insert, on the advice of another reviewer, and am pleased with it's function. It holds a lot of slides in a small space. My only negatives are that the metal could be sturdier, although that would probably increse the cost, and the latch could have been designed better, as it is directly underneath the carry handle. Two latches, one on either side of the handle, would be much better and more secure. All-in-all, it's a good product for archiving precious family slides.

 
5.0

Very Nice Slide Holder

By

from Destin, Florida  -  Casual Photographer

I am archiving slides that I took many years ago. his product will protect those slides and give me a way to arrange the slides by subject. I may need more storage before I am through and this will b

 
5.0

slide box

By

from augusta ,maine

i bought this for my husband. i knew that he had lots of slide boxes he's purchased from adorama..they were very helpful in guiding me to the right slide box. my husband has been a long time customer of adorama

 
4.0

I would buy this product again.

By

from Northern Virginia  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Looking for a solid method to store a large slide collection in well organized safety. This product meets my needs, although the plastic tray insert design could be improved.

 
3.0

It will do the job.

By

from Freeport, IL  -  Photo Enthusiast

The steel case seems sturdy enough ane the lid fits well. It would be nice if it had two latches. It has only one latch which is buried behind the carry handle. The plastic insert which holds the slides is very thin materal, however it seems to do the job. It will hold 750 slides but with a very tight fit. I recommend 720 slides max.

 
4.0

Great Way To Organize Slide Collections

By

from Camanche, Iowa  -  Photo Enthusiast

I think these trays are a bit expensive for just a box to hold slides, but they are the best way I've found to organize large collections of slides such as my own.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

best slide storage available

By

from Monaco, Monte Carlo  -  Pro Photographer

If you are looking for the best way to save space, safely store and organize large numbers of slides this is the best system available.

 
4.0

PERFECT

By

from BOYNTON BEACH, FLORIDA  -  Casual Photographer

USEFUL AS ADVERTISED

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SHARON M  Great safe way to store many slides and organize them.
richard y  what model number is this one?
BARBARA P  Sorry, I bought it a few years ago and do not remember the model number. The picture looks like my storage box and it does the job.
Shopper  I bought one of the double or two tie high boxes in 1977. There was a sticker on the inside cover with someone else's name but indeed it was a Logan box. However the plastic insert was constructed to have an individual slot for each slide, not like the current one I just purchased. This one has a rather flimsy, thin plastic liner that groups slides. I do not use mine for slides, but rather, various types of threads I have collected. I would be most interested in finding another insert tray like mt original. Does anyone have any help?
JOHN G  A year or two ago I was able to purchase a single level Logan slide storage box which had individual slots for one slide at a time. Subsequent orders were delivered with slots that accommodated multiple slides in each wider slot. I use the slide box for slide storage and I prefer the multiple slide slots since is is easer to load slides in these boxes.
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