Although most of my music is on digital appliances such as iPods and phones, I still buy CDS. I have a CD player in my car and before I bought the CD wallet I had about 50 CDs crammed into my glove box and in the little shelf, storage area that is on the passenger and driver's side door! I bought the Tragus CD wallet to try and restore some order in to the car and arrange the CDS into the folder. I never used to put CDs back in the right album cover so it was a bit of a state when I cleaned it out. I've had this Tragus CD wallet for about 4 years and it has really served me well, it has never ripped or torn and the zip is in perfect working order despite me shoving extra CDs into the case that it was not designed to hold!
==Price and availability==
I think I bought my wallet from a supermarket and paid about £4.99, they are widely available online and come in different colours.
I have a black wallet and it is just slightly bigger than a CD case and around 5-6 cm thick. It fits perfectly inside my glove box.
The outer covering is a thick canvas material and my wallet is black. There is a looped string attached for you to carry the wallet by if you want to. The wallet shuts with a very heavy duty thick black zip. In all the time I have had this wallet, the zip has never failed me. It is easy to grip and fasten and never bursts open.
Inside the wallet are 24 individual see through plastic sleeves for you to pop your CDS into, there is a little split in the top of the plastic wallets for you to be able to take a hold of the CD easily, minimising the risk of leaving finger prints on the disc.
The discs are easy to insert and due to the wallets being see through, you can easily flick through and find your chosen CD.
This is top quality wallet, I was slightly greedy and instead of having 24 CDs I ended up doubling some up to increase storage, probably not the best idea. However, 24 was just not enough! I would definitely recommend this wallet as it is good quality, thick and extremely long lasting.