• Slinger Digital Storage Aluminum Case for Eight SD/MMC Secure Digital Cards
Slinger Digital Storage Aluminum Case for Eight SD/MMC Secure Digital Cards

Slinger Digital Storage Aluminum Case for Eight SD/MMC Secure Digital Cards

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Does a great job. Does exactly what it's supposed to do - hold and protect your SD (or other) memory cards, securely.We use it typically when we are traveling, and want to carry a lot of memory cards. FYI, once we start using cards we will typically use two cases - one that we carry with us, with unused cards, and one locked in the hotel safe, to keep the memories safe.Cards fit securely in their slots, but come out easily. Well designed.We have a plastic one and this one. They both cost basically the same, and work equally well, but this one is much sturdier with a better hinge and hasp.If you are looking for a way to securely transport your cards, I can't think of a better deal than this one. 5Excellent case for the Money To answer the big questions up front, yes it holds the cards securely and yes it has lasted almost a year and a half. Solid investment, and totally worth the small price tag. You can read the rest of the review if you would like, but those are the biggest things I looked forI've owned this case for over a year now. I got it shortly after I got my DSLR since a few of the memory cards didn't come in plastic cases. I was hesitant about buying it since some of the reviews discussed poor build quality as I'm sure you are if you are reading this review.I don't normally write reviews on Amazon, but this case is good enough that it is warranted.I have had absolutely no issues with the case. It is durable enough to throw in my camera bag or backpack and not worry about it. None of it has even started falling apart with regular use. This case has gone on a number of trips with me and I've had no issues. The only point of stress is the hinge, but it seems sturdy enough and hasn't broken yet.I've owned it for long enough now that even if it broke right after writing this review I would order another one. Spending $10 on a case and having it last this long is definitely a worthy investment.The material inside is some sort of plastic which does a great job of holding the cards securely but not so tight that you can't get them out. If the case was thrown against the floor or a wall the cards may become dislodged, but since the case closes securely it wouldn't cause any harm to the cards.One thing to note is that you should put the cards in the case so you don't touch the contacts when removing the cards. You need to use the thumb hole to get them out, so if the contacts are at the bottom you risk touching them. Be smart and put them in the right way.Long and the short of it, it holds the cards securely, it is durable, no quality issues, solid ROI, and it keeps your SD cards in the same place so you aren't as likely to lose one of them. For $10 or so just go for it. If there are issues with the quality control send it back, but it's for sure worth it for me. 5Third one and great I bought two previously and they still work. Currently I have 13 sd cards and I may order more so that's why. The best model. 5Color may vary from description but otherwise a great case The one we received had no paint or anodization, just polished aluminum, so the finish is still in great shape; the construction is very good. We've used it every day for a couple of months and it's holding up very well, carries our SD cards nicely. I couldn't find on Amazon a better value for your money at the lower end of the market and for most uses, probably even professional, it should do well. We're very happy with it.ADDED October 7th, 2013: A few months after purchasing it, I dropped it while open from about chest height onto a concrete floor. Not surprisingly the plastic hinge tore, but after applying two pieces of duct tape horizontally it functions almost as good as new, and of course a fabric hinge is very durable. It's still going strong with several days a week usage after a year and a quarter and retains our highest recommendation. 5but here's what I don't quite like about it It does it's job for the most part.. but here's what I don't quite like about it.The color of the case is quite a bit lighter then the photo.. not a huge deal, but it I would have preferred a darker shade, just to make it a little more subtle. The plastic tab that is used to open the case doesn't work great.. it takes a bit of force to open it.. lastly, the foam cutouts are pretty tight. I had to force my SD cards in pretty good to make them "snap" in place, and then I had to use a small pen knife to pry one out it was so tightly encased.. I may end up trimming some of the foam, but then I don't want to make them too lose... and shouldn't have to trim anything.I there there are much better cases available, so I will probably end up tossing these. 3Can't Live Without an SD Card Case Ever Again I was worried that the cards would either be too loose or too firm in the case. You only have fractions of space that would be all the difference between a good case and a bad case. At first each slot is a little firm, I was afraid I was going to break or bend an SD card trying to get them out but after a short amount of time they were broke in and I didn't have to worry about being to firm. The slots haven't worn out yet and they don't feel like they ever will.The exterior of the case is very slick and can easily slide on any surface. Not sure how often that issue would cause you to lose the entire case though. The silver shine makes it easy to find in any dark bag.The clasp on the outside doesn't feel the most secure but I have never experienced it opening on accident, in the bag or my hand.It's 100% safer for your SD cards from water damage, being crushed, or even just loosing them when you compare them to the individual clear cases most SD cards come with. 5Solid, secure case for SD cards I purchased this for the SD cards used at our congregation. We maintain a library of music to play before services, for special joyous occasions like weddings and certain holy days, and for somber occasions like memorials and funerals. We needed something durable to keep our cards in, and this case has fit the bill nicely.The outside looks like one of those "top secret" briefcases you'd always see handcuffed to someone's wrist in movies and TV shows. It actually looks very cool, and the case feels solid. The holders inside keep the SD cards very snugly in place; you'd have to hurl this thing against a floor or wall to break them loose, I think.The only shortcoming of this case is that it can be difficult to remove the cards. There is a narrow space above each SD card's edge where you can insert a fingernail. but not much more. If you're a nailbiter like me, it can feel like a form of torture trying to remove a card from this with only your hands. In this case I recommend using the tip of a pen to dislodge. 4Does the job, but fit and finish could be a bit better My needs were simple: a tough little case to hold SD cards and protect them from my admittedly rough handling.Well, that's what I got and I can't argue with the results. The exterior is a satin-finished silver aluminum and the interior is a charcoal gray, very-hard foam molded to hold each card securely. And it does hold them fast- I often have to pry them out with the tip of a pen.However, the small finishing details like the black plastic lip and the severe bend in the aluminum (all around the perimeter) where it meets this lip seems oddly marred and unfinished. It doesn't affect function and I don't buy something like this to impress my friends, so I can live with it.Lastly, the spring-loaded protrusion pressed to unlock the case is too subtle and I really need to press far inward with my big Gorilla fingers to get it to open. This may be more of a me problem, however.In summary, it seems like it will hold up just fine for the next couple of years, just don't expect to impress others with its fit and finish. 4Adequate for the price. I would have given this 1 star but for the fact that the case is so affordable. Of course you do get what you pay for.The case looks nice, the aluminum shell does provide extra protection and although the feel of the plastic push latch doesn't inspire confidence, it does work just fine.My issue, and for me this was a deal breaking flaw, is that the card slots don't do a very good job of holding the cards... Which is ironic because that is the one sole function of the card slots.I shoot weddings and keep card carriers in my pocket for quick access. I'm sure being in my pocket it might have been jostled around some, taken some normal bumps but nothing extreme. The first time I went to swap cards I opened the case and found that 5 of the 6 cards I had in the case had come loose and popped out of the slots. It was all I could do to keep them from spilling out onto the floor. The rest of the night I was extra cautious every time I opened the case and it was a good thing because each time I did there were loose cards. It gave me nightmare visions of all my cards spilling out onto the dark dance floor, something that luckily didn't happen that night but easily could have.Like I said, that was a deal breaker for me. If having your cards potentially all fall out every time you open the case isn't an issue for you then, by all means, save a buck and get this. 2These holders crack your SD cards in half (not like you would think These holders crack your SD cards in half (not like you would think, they make them sort of peel in half, if that makes sense (see the photo)) I am not sure if it is because the plastic is too hard in the case or what, but I would not recommend them - it has cracked two of my cards in half so far. 1Not a bad little case Pretty good little card case. Had to pick one up after I began "losing" my SD cards to being misplaced. The slots for holding the cards are secure, they do not pop out once in until you intentionally remove them. Case is a bit smaller than I had imagined, but that's okay. Price point could have been a bit lower too, while competitive with other similar cases, there's no reason something which holds 8 memory cards should run $20 in the first place even if most of the other ones do too.My only real complaint about this case is that it's a bit clunky to open, the release button is contoured on the curved edge right where the case opens and I find myself awkwardly trying to press the button while simultaneously splitting the case apart. Frequently the button seems to kind of slip away from my thumb because of the curved, flush nature of the release. Not a huge deal, I'm far more happy with the case holding the cards perfectly secure without them popping out which is exactly what this case does, and does well.I should note that I did not find the quality of paint on this case to be an issue so far as others have complained about. Mine was silver, no noticeable scratches or wear on the paint that I can tell. 4
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Does a great job. Does exactly what it's supposed to do - hold and protect your SD (or other) memory cards, securely.We use it typically when we are traveling, and want to carry a lot of memory cards. FYI, once we start using cards we will typically use two cases - one that we carry with us, with unused cards, and one locked in the hotel safe, to keep the memories safe.Cards fit securely in their slots, but come out easily. Well designed.We have a plastic one and this one. They both cost basically the same, and work equally well, but this one is much sturdier with a better hinge and hasp.If you are looking for a way to securely transport your cards, I can't think of a better deal than this one. 5Excellent case for the Money To answer the big questions up front, yes it holds the cards securely and yes it has lasted almost a year and a half. Solid investment, and totally worth the small price tag. You can read the rest of the review if you would like, but those are the biggest things I looked forI've owned this case for over a year now. I got it shortly after I got my DSLR since a few of the memory cards didn't come in plastic cases. I was hesitant about buying it since some of the reviews discussed poor build quality as I'm sure you are if you are reading this review.I don't normally write reviews on Amazon, but this case is good enough that it is warranted.I have had absolutely no issues with the case. It is durable enough to throw in my camera bag or backpack and not worry about it. None of it has even started falling apart with regular use. This case has gone on a number of trips with me and I've had no issues. The only point of stress is the hinge, but it seems sturdy enough and hasn't broken yet.I've owned it for long enough now that even if it broke right after writing this review I would order another one. Spending $10 on a case and having it last this long is definitely a worthy investment.The material inside is some sort of plastic which does a great job of holding the cards securely but not so tight that you can't get them out. If the case was thrown against the floor or a wall the cards may become dislodged, but since the case closes securely it wouldn't cause any harm to the cards.One thing to note is that you should put the cards in the case so you don't touch the contacts when removing the cards. You need to use the thumb hole to get them out, so if the contacts are at the bottom you risk touching them. Be smart and put them in the right way.Long and the short of it, it holds the cards securely, it is durable, no quality issues, solid ROI, and it keeps your SD cards in the same place so you aren't as likely to lose one of them. For $10 or so just go for it. If there are issues with the quality control send it back, but it's for sure worth it for me. 5Third one and great I bought two previously and they still work. Currently I have 13 sd cards and I may order more so that's why. The best model. 5Color may vary from description but otherwise a great case The one we received had no paint or anodization, just polished aluminum, so the finish is still in great shape; the construction is very good. We've used it every day for a couple of months and it's holding up very well, carries our SD cards nicely. I couldn't find on Amazon a better value for your money at the lower end of the market and for most uses, probably even professional, it should do well. We're very happy with it.ADDED October 7th, 2013: A few months after purchasing it, I dropped it while open from about chest height onto a concrete floor. Not surprisingly the plastic hinge tore, but after applying two pieces of duct tape horizontally it functions almost as good as new, and of course a fabric hinge is very durable. It's still going strong with several days a week usage after a year and a quarter and retains our highest recommendation. 5but here's what I don't quite like about it It does it's job for the most part.. but here's what I don't quite like about it.The color of the case is quite a bit lighter then the photo.. not a huge deal, but it I would have preferred a darker shade, just to make it a little more subtle. The plastic tab that is used to open the case doesn't work great.. it takes a bit of force to open it.. lastly, the foam cutouts are pretty tight. I had to force my SD cards in pretty good to make them "snap" in place, and then I had to use a small pen knife to pry one out it was so tightly encased.. I may end up trimming some of the foam, but then I don't want to make them too lose... and shouldn't have to trim anything.I there there are much better cases available, so I will probably end up tossing these. 3Can't Live Without an SD Card Case Ever Again I was worried that the cards would either be too loose or too firm in the case. You only have fractions of space that would be all the difference between a good case and a bad case. At first each slot is a little firm, I was afraid I was going to break or bend an SD card trying to get them out but after a short amount of time they were broke in and I didn't have to worry about being to firm. The slots haven't worn out yet and they don't feel like they ever will.The exterior of the case is very slick and can easily slide on any surface. Not sure how often that issue would cause you to lose the entire case though. The silver shine makes it easy to find in any dark bag.The clasp on the outside doesn't feel the most secure but I have never experienced it opening on accident, in the bag or my hand.It's 100% safer for your SD cards from water damage, being crushed, or even just loosing them when you compare them to the individual clear cases most SD cards come with. 5Solid, secure case for SD cards I purchased this for the SD cards used at our congregation. We maintain a library of music to play before services, for special joyous occasions like weddings and certain holy days, and for somber occasions like memorials and funerals. We needed something durable to keep our cards in, and this case has fit the bill nicely.The outside looks like one of those "top secret" briefcases you'd always see handcuffed to someone's wrist in movies and TV shows. It actually looks very cool, and the case feels solid. The holders inside keep the SD cards very snugly in place; you'd have to hurl this thing against a floor or wall to break them loose, I think.The only shortcoming of this case is that it can be difficult to remove the cards. There is a narrow space above each SD card's edge where you can insert a fingernail. but not much more. If you're a nailbiter like me, it can feel like a form of torture trying to remove a card from this with only your hands. In this case I recommend using the tip of a pen to dislodge. 4Does the job, but fit and finish could be a bit better My needs were simple: a tough little case to hold SD cards and protect them from my admittedly rough handling.Well, that's what I got and I can't argue with the results. The exterior is a satin-finished silver aluminum and the interior is a charcoal gray, very-hard foam molded to hold each card securely. And it does hold them fast- I often have to pry them out with the tip of a pen.However, the small finishing details like the black plastic lip and the severe bend in the aluminum (all around the perimeter) where it meets this lip seems oddly marred and unfinished. It doesn't affect function and I don't buy something like this to impress my friends, so I can live with it.Lastly, the spring-loaded protrusion pressed to unlock the case is too subtle and I really need to press far inward with my big Gorilla fingers to get it to open. This may be more of a me problem, however.In summary, it seems like it will hold up just fine for the next couple of years, just don't expect to impress others with its fit and finish. 4Adequate for the price. I would have given this 1 star but for the fact that the case is so affordable. Of course you do get what you pay for.The case looks nice, the aluminum shell does provide extra protection and although the feel of the plastic push latch doesn't inspire confidence, it does work just fine.My issue, and for me this was a deal breaking flaw, is that the card slots don't do a very good job of holding the cards... Which is ironic because that is the one sole function of the card slots.I shoot weddings and keep card carriers in my pocket for quick access. I'm sure being in my pocket it might have been jostled around some, taken some normal bumps but nothing extreme. The first time I went to swap cards I opened the case and found that 5 of the 6 cards I had in the case had come loose and popped out of the slots. It was all I could do to keep them from spilling out onto the floor. The rest of the night I was extra cautious every time I opened the case and it was a good thing because each time I did there were loose cards. It gave me nightmare visions of all my cards spilling out onto the dark dance floor, something that luckily didn't happen that night but easily could have.Like I said, that was a deal breaker for me. If having your cards potentially all fall out every time you open the case isn't an issue for you then, by all means, save a buck and get this. 2These holders crack your SD cards in half (not like you would think These holders crack your SD cards in half (not like you would think, they make them sort of peel in half, if that makes sense (see the photo)) I am not sure if it is because the plastic is too hard in the case or what, but I would not recommend them - it has cracked two of my cards in half so far. 1Not a bad little case Pretty good little card case. Had to pick one up after I began "losing" my SD cards to being misplaced. The slots for holding the cards are secure, they do not pop out once in until you intentionally remove them. Case is a bit smaller than I had imagined, but that's okay. Price point could have been a bit lower too, while competitive with other similar cases, there's no reason something which holds 8 memory cards should run $20 in the first place even if most of the other ones do too.My only real complaint about this case is that it's a bit clunky to open, the release button is contoured on the curved edge right where the case opens and I find myself awkwardly trying to press the button while simultaneously splitting the case apart. Frequently the button seems to kind of slip away from my thumb because of the curved, flush nature of the release. Not a huge deal, I'm far more happy with the case holding the cards perfectly secure without them popping out which is exactly what this case does, and does well.I should note that I did not find the quality of paint on this case to be an issue so far as others have complained about. Mine was silver, no noticeable scratches or wear on the paint that I can tell. 4
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