• BCW 1-RSLV 33 RPM Record Sleeves (100 Count)
  • BCW 1-RSLV 33 RPM Record Sleeves (100 Count)
BCW 1-RSLV 33 RPM Record Sleeves (100 Count)
BCW 1-RSLV 33 RPM Record Sleeves (100 Count)

BCW 1-RSLV 33 RPM Record Sleeves (100 Count)

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  • Acid-free No PVC
  • Protect LP Record Albums
  • Will hold both single and double albums
  • 2-mil thickness
  • Crystal clear polypropylene

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800+ Sleeves Purchased, and They're Fantastic! These are the best outer sleeves I've ever purchased. I've ordered these 7 times before, and just ordered my 8th 100 count package. At 2 mil, they're thick enough to adequately protect the outer sleeves, but not too thick where they would add weight and bulkiness. They are also very clear and translucent, versus the standard "milky" appearance of many of the standard outer sleeves. Because of this, you can see every detail of the album artwork, and to me they even enhance the appearance of the covers! I've never had any issues with them not fitting any of my albums (including 2 record sets and gate fold LP's). I like them so much, I've been actually using them to replace all of my old standard "milky" looking outer sleeves I had purchased years before. Some of them are already many years old, and still look as good as the day I put the records into them. From the few negative reviews I've seen posted, they must have had fluke errors shipped to them. I have supplied 2 photo examples. One shows and Iron Maiden album with these sleeves. It's a great glossy cover, with all the colors and details showing vibrantly. The second image shows 3 Def Leppard albums. The first on the left has no cover, the second has a standard "milky" cover, while the third on the left are these covers. Not sure how well you can see the difference in the picture, but it's huge in person! I totally recommend, these for not only protecting your albums, but for making them great to look at and enjoy at the same time as protecting! 5Not perfect, but they get the job done for the right price! Unless you're really picky, you'll probably be happy with these sleeves. I am. They get the job done! Some people have complained that these are too thin, but I don't really think so, they are thinner than my previous sleeves, but not so much that they bother me. Actually these show the artwork through better, which is important. Some people have complained that they are too tall? There is a little extra space at the top, but that is the same case for every other sleeve I've used ever, and I think it helps protect the tops. MY only gripes are #1 - While people have mentioned that they fit double LPs, I've found that this is mostly the case, but some (especially newer) double LPs are a little to big for these. My solution has been to swap with singles that I've already sleeved with sleeves that fit better. #2 - So far I've had to throw one away because it split while I was loading it with a normal sized single LP. So far it's been one out of about 10, so we'll see. But at the price if you lose a couple, no biggie. 4A Very Good Buy This is, in my opinion, the best deal I've found for good quality record sleeves by far. The size of the sleeves fits all my records very well, single and double LP, and even have *just* enough room to squeeze a triple LP into one, if need be. They are clear, relatively durable, not prone to smudges and cloudiness, and lightweight. They also don't stick to each other too much, and it's easy to remove/reinsert the album again and again.My only problem with these sleeves has been the occasional tearing at the seams at the opening when removing/reinserting a thicker LP, like a gatefold, but two pieces of clear Scotch tape to each corner does the trick for me. And for the price, I do not mind buying more to replace any that have been damaged. If it's any context, I'm on my second batch of these babies, and I'm definitely buying a third if and when I require more. 5Falling apart. Anytime I move a record these things rip down the side. I'm going through my records right now to see if there are any I can get rid of to make room. Quite a few of them were put in these sleeves not that long ago. Just in barely moving the records several have ripped, and all of them are kind of wrinkled and sad looking now. They haven't been through any wear and tear, yet I'm having to toss several out as I go through the records, and putting newer better sleeves on the jackets. I get that sometimes you have to spend less money and get as many sleeves as possible to protect your records, but if they're falling apart when I'm not even doing anything with them, I'm not sure how much they're actually protecting the records. Would not buy again. 1It's a gamble I've purchased three of these packages in as many years and have had great luck with them. Yes they are pretty thin but unless you're going white water rafting with your record collection they hold up just fine. My issue is that when I opened up the 3rd package and got through about 20 of the sleeves, every sleeve after was cut incorrectly, sort of trapezoidal so that the bottom isn't square. This makes the sleeves bunch up when I put these in my record case. I'm already a little OCD and this is just not sitting well with me. I simply can't put the rest of my records in here and will have to now search for replacements. From the way I figure it, you've got about a 1 in 3 chance of getting a dud batch. Also the way I figure it you've got a 35% chance of reading this review as most folks generally only read the 5 star and 1 star reviews. Good luck!Edit: As a side note, I have been replacing these as I go with the .3mil sleeves. They're just nicer and offer more protection. If you are using these for your business (you own a record store) do everyone a favor and don't. The seams on these tear rather easily and if you have a bunch of folks flipping through your records they're going to tear these and separate them making your bins a bit of a mess. A local record shop uses these and I'm always having to ask him to replace at least a sleeve or two in a batch of a handful. It's just not professional looking. 3They're sleeves!! I just finished re-sleeving a bunch of my albums, and I have no complaints about these sleeves. A couple of other reviewers mentioned inconsistent sizing, or mis-cuts, but I had no problems; all of my sleeves were nice and square. With the exception of one very burly 8-panel gatefold (I'm looking at you, Paul's Boutique) all of my records fit into these sleeves without trouble. I did managed to get the Paul's Boutique album in there, but it took a little effort. All of my regular gatefold albums fit without any trouble, including a couple with extra material, such as booklets and the like. These are thick enough to provide protection from handling, but discreet enough to not add a lot of bulk on my shelves. Also, they are nice and clear, unlike some thicker sleeves, that give the album artwork a washed out look. Over all, I'm very happy with these, and I would gladly buy them again. 5Very good affordable record album cover sleeves. Good price. The BCW 33 rpm Record Album Sleeves are a good buy. You get 100 brand new record album cover sleeves that are nice and clear. It is good to put your 12" record album collection into sleeves so that the record covers do not get damaged from surface friction against other record covers, and your own body oil does not touch the record covers adding bacteria to the old paper product and staining the cover surface. I use them to put the record album covers into the sleeve, and I put that sleeve into a record album cover frame that I hang on the wall. I do that so the sleeve will protect the album cover pressed against the glass.They are crystal clear polypropylene, acid-free with no PVC, archival quality sleeves and will hold single or double album covers.These come as pictured in a sealed bag. BCW makes a lot of collectible protective product from sleeves to cases to other items.I recommend these record album sleeves. They are a decent thickness at 2-mil. They are at a good price too. 5Don't see what the fuss is about! These are pretty sweet! Well... I've seen SO many lousy reviews of this product, so I thought it only fair i give mine to add to the pile of confusion. I'm a relatively NEW vinyl enthusiast. I purchased these to get started in properly caring for my records. Saw alot of great reviews on it, and ALOT of UNgreat reviews. My review is, this is great! I've seen alot of people that said theirs are tearing and won't hold gatefold LPs, etc... Well, I'll touch on a few of these points~ I'm 15-17 in, and not ONE has torn yet. In fact, I TRIED to tear one, and I actually couldn't, very easily.~ I have quite a few Gatefold LPs, some are double LP 180 gram gatefold, it fit ALL of these without so much as a stretching. I even have one record, Black Sabbath's Live Evil, which is like a TRIPLE gatefold double LP 180 gram release, and it's HUGE. I thought sure it wouldn't fit...and it DID no sweat! I could easily see triple albums going into these without too much worry. So I'm not sure whats going on with everyone else's.~ I was told by a vinyl efficianado that unless you plan to toss your vinyl in a lake, the really thick sleeves aren't necessary. So I went with the thinner 2 mil. Again, no worries as of yet, although admittedly I don't know exactly what to look for.So all in all, what I think is happening here is that the manufacturer isn't QC'ing their product very well. How can they, at this price? I'm sure some of the heat seals from sleeve to sleeve get botched from time to time, and it simply never goes through any process of verification instead comes straight to Amazon.Will I buy again? Actually probably not. Too many reports of faulty sleeves, although I have yet to find ONE! I'd say if you're a gambler... give it a go! It'll probably be fine! 5Perfect LP Outer Sleeves, Exactly as Advertised I ordered these somewhat reluctantly from Amazon after reading a couple reviews regarding the sleeves being the wrong size. I was somewhat perplexed since I had purchased these same sleeves at a local record store and never had any issues (other than occasionally encountering two or three bad sleeves per batch of 100). Happily, the batch I ordered exactly the size specified and work perfectly. They easily accomodate gatefold jackets and double LPs. Personally, I would prefer if they were a little bit shorter than 13 inches as that leaves quite a bit of overhang on a 12 inch LP sleeve, but other than that they are perfect. Even with the extra height, they still fit easily on my Ikea 'Expedit' shelves.The most important thing about these particular 'poly' sleeves is that they are polyPROPYLENE and not polyETHYLENE. In my experience, polypropylene sleeves are superior to polyethylene sleeves in almost every way. In fact, most people who sell LPs use polypropylene sleeves in spite of the fact that polyethylene sleeves seem to be far more available for retail sale.Here are the advantages:1. Polypropylene sleeves are almost entirely clear and have a nice, glossy appearance. Polyethylene sleeves have a slightly opaque appearance (depending on their thickness). Most importantly, polypropylene sleeves retain their clarity while polyethylene sleeves gradually become scratched through wear and become more and more opaque over time.2. Polypropylene sleeves are very smooth. This is important when you have many shelves of LPs with sleeves; While polyethylene sleeves tend to grip when they slide past each other, polypropylene sleeves slide past each other easily making removing and reshelving LPs easy.Although these sleeves are only 2mm thick, I have never had any problems with these sleeves tearing or being damaged in any way.I've tried many types and brands of LP outer sleeves. For me, these are the clear winner on both price an quality. 5I purchased the inner record sleeves through Amazon and they are fine and will last If these are the ones for the outer record album they won't do the job. I have a collection of over 600 albums and many of the outside covers over the years have worn, that is why I wanted these. These are so very thin that they often tear when putting them on. They will not last after putting them on and off over a period of time. I purchased the inner record sleeves through Amazon and they are fine and will last, but these will not. Plan on putting them on once and leaving them on but once you try using them over and over, forget it. Anyone else? You just sit down and very carefully put them on and even then many will tear. 2
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800+ Sleeves Purchased, and They're Fantastic! These are the best outer sleeves I've ever purchased. I've ordered these 7 times before, and just ordered my 8th 100 count package. At 2 mil, they're thick enough to adequately protect the outer sleeves, but not too thick where they would add weight and bulkiness. They are also very clear and translucent, versus the standard "milky" appearance of many of the standard outer sleeves. Because of this, you can see every detail of the album artwork, and to me they even enhance the appearance of the covers! I've never had any issues with them not fitting any of my albums (including 2 record sets and gate fold LP's). I like them so much, I've been actually using them to replace all of my old standard "milky" looking outer sleeves I had purchased years before. Some of them are already many years old, and still look as good as the day I put the records into them. From the few negative reviews I've seen posted, they must have had fluke errors shipped to them. I have supplied 2 photo examples. One shows and Iron Maiden album with these sleeves. It's a great glossy cover, with all the colors and details showing vibrantly. The second image shows 3 Def Leppard albums. The first on the left has no cover, the second has a standard "milky" cover, while the third on the left are these covers. Not sure how well you can see the difference in the picture, but it's huge in person! I totally recommend, these for not only protecting your albums, but for making them great to look at and enjoy at the same time as protecting! 5Not perfect, but they get the job done for the right price! Unless you're really picky, you'll probably be happy with these sleeves. I am. They get the job done! Some people have complained that these are too thin, but I don't really think so, they are thinner than my previous sleeves, but not so much that they bother me. Actually these show the artwork through better, which is important. Some people have complained that they are too tall? There is a little extra space at the top, but that is the same case for every other sleeve I've used ever, and I think it helps protect the tops. MY only gripes are #1 - While people have mentioned that they fit double LPs, I've found that this is mostly the case, but some (especially newer) double LPs are a little to big for these. My solution has been to swap with singles that I've already sleeved with sleeves that fit better. #2 - So far I've had to throw one away because it split while I was loading it with a normal sized single LP. So far it's been one out of about 10, so we'll see. But at the price if you lose a couple, no biggie. 4A Very Good Buy This is, in my opinion, the best deal I've found for good quality record sleeves by far. The size of the sleeves fits all my records very well, single and double LP, and even have *just* enough room to squeeze a triple LP into one, if need be. They are clear, relatively durable, not prone to smudges and cloudiness, and lightweight. They also don't stick to each other too much, and it's easy to remove/reinsert the album again and again.My only problem with these sleeves has been the occasional tearing at the seams at the opening when removing/reinserting a thicker LP, like a gatefold, but two pieces of clear Scotch tape to each corner does the trick for me. And for the price, I do not mind buying more to replace any that have been damaged. If it's any context, I'm on my second batch of these babies, and I'm definitely buying a third if and when I require more. 5Falling apart. Anytime I move a record these things rip down the side. I'm going through my records right now to see if there are any I can get rid of to make room. Quite a few of them were put in these sleeves not that long ago. Just in barely moving the records several have ripped, and all of them are kind of wrinkled and sad looking now. They haven't been through any wear and tear, yet I'm having to toss several out as I go through the records, and putting newer better sleeves on the jackets. I get that sometimes you have to spend less money and get as many sleeves as possible to protect your records, but if they're falling apart when I'm not even doing anything with them, I'm not sure how much they're actually protecting the records. Would not buy again. 1It's a gamble I've purchased three of these packages in as many years and have had great luck with them. Yes they are pretty thin but unless you're going white water rafting with your record collection they hold up just fine. My issue is that when I opened up the 3rd package and got through about 20 of the sleeves, every sleeve after was cut incorrectly, sort of trapezoidal so that the bottom isn't square. This makes the sleeves bunch up when I put these in my record case. I'm already a little OCD and this is just not sitting well with me. I simply can't put the rest of my records in here and will have to now search for replacements. From the way I figure it, you've got about a 1 in 3 chance of getting a dud batch. Also the way I figure it you've got a 35% chance of reading this review as most folks generally only read the 5 star and 1 star reviews. Good luck!Edit: As a side note, I have been replacing these as I go with the .3mil sleeves. They're just nicer and offer more protection. If you are using these for your business (you own a record store) do everyone a favor and don't. The seams on these tear rather easily and if you have a bunch of folks flipping through your records they're going to tear these and separate them making your bins a bit of a mess. A local record shop uses these and I'm always having to ask him to replace at least a sleeve or two in a batch of a handful. It's just not professional looking. 3They're sleeves!! I just finished re-sleeving a bunch of my albums, and I have no complaints about these sleeves. A couple of other reviewers mentioned inconsistent sizing, or mis-cuts, but I had no problems; all of my sleeves were nice and square. With the exception of one very burly 8-panel gatefold (I'm looking at you, Paul's Boutique) all of my records fit into these sleeves without trouble. I did managed to get the Paul's Boutique album in there, but it took a little effort. All of my regular gatefold albums fit without any trouble, including a couple with extra material, such as booklets and the like. These are thick enough to provide protection from handling, but discreet enough to not add a lot of bulk on my shelves. Also, they are nice and clear, unlike some thicker sleeves, that give the album artwork a washed out look. Over all, I'm very happy with these, and I would gladly buy them again. 5Very good affordable record album cover sleeves. Good price. The BCW 33 rpm Record Album Sleeves are a good buy. You get 100 brand new record album cover sleeves that are nice and clear. It is good to put your 12" record album collection into sleeves so that the record covers do not get damaged from surface friction against other record covers, and your own body oil does not touch the record covers adding bacteria to the old paper product and staining the cover surface. I use them to put the record album covers into the sleeve, and I put that sleeve into a record album cover frame that I hang on the wall. I do that so the sleeve will protect the album cover pressed against the glass.They are crystal clear polypropylene, acid-free with no PVC, archival quality sleeves and will hold single or double album covers.These come as pictured in a sealed bag. BCW makes a lot of collectible protective product from sleeves to cases to other items.I recommend these record album sleeves. They are a decent thickness at 2-mil. They are at a good price too. 5Don't see what the fuss is about! These are pretty sweet! Well... I've seen SO many lousy reviews of this product, so I thought it only fair i give mine to add to the pile of confusion. I'm a relatively NEW vinyl enthusiast. I purchased these to get started in properly caring for my records. Saw alot of great reviews on it, and ALOT of UNgreat reviews. My review is, this is great! I've seen alot of people that said theirs are tearing and won't hold gatefold LPs, etc... Well, I'll touch on a few of these points~ I'm 15-17 in, and not ONE has torn yet. In fact, I TRIED to tear one, and I actually couldn't, very easily.~ I have quite a few Gatefold LPs, some are double LP 180 gram gatefold, it fit ALL of these without so much as a stretching. I even have one record, Black Sabbath's Live Evil, which is like a TRIPLE gatefold double LP 180 gram release, and it's HUGE. I thought sure it wouldn't fit...and it DID no sweat! I could easily see triple albums going into these without too much worry. So I'm not sure whats going on with everyone else's.~ I was told by a vinyl efficianado that unless you plan to toss your vinyl in a lake, the really thick sleeves aren't necessary. So I went with the thinner 2 mil. Again, no worries as of yet, although admittedly I don't know exactly what to look for.So all in all, what I think is happening here is that the manufacturer isn't QC'ing their product very well. How can they, at this price? I'm sure some of the heat seals from sleeve to sleeve get botched from time to time, and it simply never goes through any process of verification instead comes straight to Amazon.Will I buy again? Actually probably not. Too many reports of faulty sleeves, although I have yet to find ONE! I'd say if you're a gambler... give it a go! It'll probably be fine! 5Perfect LP Outer Sleeves, Exactly as Advertised I ordered these somewhat reluctantly from Amazon after reading a couple reviews regarding the sleeves being the wrong size. I was somewhat perplexed since I had purchased these same sleeves at a local record store and never had any issues (other than occasionally encountering two or three bad sleeves per batch of 100). Happily, the batch I ordered exactly the size specified and work perfectly. They easily accomodate gatefold jackets and double LPs. Personally, I would prefer if they were a little bit shorter than 13 inches as that leaves quite a bit of overhang on a 12 inch LP sleeve, but other than that they are perfect. Even with the extra height, they still fit easily on my Ikea 'Expedit' shelves.The most important thing about these particular 'poly' sleeves is that they are polyPROPYLENE and not polyETHYLENE. In my experience, polypropylene sleeves are superior to polyethylene sleeves in almost every way. In fact, most people who sell LPs use polypropylene sleeves in spite of the fact that polyethylene sleeves seem to be far more available for retail sale.Here are the advantages:1. Polypropylene sleeves are almost entirely clear and have a nice, glossy appearance. Polyethylene sleeves have a slightly opaque appearance (depending on their thickness). Most importantly, polypropylene sleeves retain their clarity while polyethylene sleeves gradually become scratched through wear and become more and more opaque over time.2. Polypropylene sleeves are very smooth. This is important when you have many shelves of LPs with sleeves; While polyethylene sleeves tend to grip when they slide past each other, polypropylene sleeves slide past each other easily making removing and reshelving LPs easy.Although these sleeves are only 2mm thick, I have never had any problems with these sleeves tearing or being damaged in any way.I've tried many types and brands of LP outer sleeves. For me, these are the clear winner on both price an quality. 5I purchased the inner record sleeves through Amazon and they are fine and will last If these are the ones for the outer record album they won't do the job. I have a collection of over 600 albums and many of the outside covers over the years have worn, that is why I wanted these. These are so very thin that they often tear when putting them on. They will not last after putting them on and off over a period of time. I purchased the inner record sleeves through Amazon and they are fine and will last, but these will not. Plan on putting them on once and leaving them on but once you try using them over and over, forget it. Anyone else? You just sit down and very carefully put them on and even then many will tear. 2
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