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Schindler's List R2 packaging

Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by ShinObiWAN, Jun 24, 2004.

  1. ShinObiWAN

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    Arghh! :mad:

    This has got to be the worst DVD case design I've ever seen. I have just tried to get the discs out and I've creased the outer sleave in doing so - yes the fit was that tight.

    I may sound like I'm moaning over nothing but I like to my DVD's mint and now I've wrecked the packaging on this classic film.

    Anyone else hate the person who designed the packaging?
     
  2. Simon6776

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    Not sure what the R2 packing is like, but I got the R4, which is a gatefold digipack, and quite easy to extract the discs.
     
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    I had the same problem when I got this DVD.
    The way to open it is,open the front flap with the little sticky bit first and then the inside will come out very easy.
     
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    No it won't!

    I think Shinobiwan has a very tight one like mine (no pun intended). It is excrutiatingly difficult to get it out. I eventually had to open the bottom and push the digipack through the top, then seal the bottom again.

    I only opened it for the first time yesterday night, and watched the film for the first time ever.
     
  5. anephric

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    Yes, I agree: it's a pain in the proverbial and not very well designed.

    'Twill become an increasingly dog-eared thing, methinks.

    regards,
    anephric
     
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    Guess that I don't have a tight one as it slides in and out nice and easy.
     
  7. Simon6776

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    Stick to the topic, please!! :laugh: :laugh:
     

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