Logan Electric Slide File #200 Holds 750 2 x 2" Slides

Logan Electric Slide File #200 Holds 750 2 x 2" Slides

Logan Electric Slide File #200 Holds 750 2 x 2" Slides

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Logan Electric Slide File #200 Holds 750 2 x 2" Slides

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  • Metal Box / Baked Enamel Finish
  • Movable Cardboard Dividers
  • Double Steel Latches
  • Carry Handle
  • Made in the USA
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The Slide File #200 Holds 750 2 x 2" Slides is designed to hold 750 2 x 2" slides. The box is all metal with a baked enamel finish. It seals with two steel latches. It also features movable interior cardboard dividers and comes with a carry handle.

UPC: 037733009369
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Logan Electric Slide File #200 Holds 750 2 x 2" Slides
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Logan Electric 200 specs

    Material Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Interior Dimensions (L x W x H) 8.0 x 15.00 x 2.0" / 20.3 x 38.1 x 5.1 cm
    Exterior Dimensions (L x W x H) 8.0 x 15.0 x 2.0" / 203.00 x 381.00 x 51.00 mm
    Weight Not Specified by Manufacturer
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    Package Weight 5.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 15.0 x 8.3 x 2.5"

    Logan Electric 200 reviews

    Slide File #200 Holds 750 2 x 2" Slides is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 41.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Beware the quality control I own about 20 of these slide boxes and recently purchased two more. Logan's quality control was never superb, but my latest two samples show it's now worse. The latch design is adequate but has changed from the picture on this web site. They used to come in a closeable cardboard box which I saved to store the slide box; those boxes can no longer be closed without tape. The slide tracks vary from too narrow at the front of the box, to about right by the rear, meaning my slides sit canted in the box. Obviously, this means I'm not getting 750 slides in a box. Disappointing to say the least, and my last purchase of a Logan slide box.
    Date published: 2009-11-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality Control Redeemed Back in 2009, I panned this product for sloppy construction standards and lack of a closeable cardboard box, which had been available previously. Based on the most recent review, I recently purchased three more of these slide boxes and am happily surprised. The closing cardboard box is back (which I use for storage and transporting), the slide box itself seems more robust (riveted and welded latches; back to the original latch design), and each row is the proper width. Best slide storage solution on the market.
    Date published: 2013-04-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Slide File, for Over 40 Years! I have been using the Logan Electric Slide File #200 to store color slides since I took my first slides in 1969, and now have over 70,000 slides protected in over 70 of these sturdy metal boxes. The files have kept the slides archived safely in my half a dozen moves across state lines to new homes. The files are a good mix of a convenient size (each holding up to 750 standard size slides) and archival protection. The first ektachrome slides I took over 40 years ago have maintained their color quality in the darkness of these metal boxes far exceeding the usual expectation of color life for such film. This is the best model made by Logan Electric as the slides are stored right in the metal box whereas some other Logan models have plastic inserts or dividers that decrease the quantity of slides that can be stored, or have flimsy plastic inserts that could become brittle over long term storage. I prefer this storage method to slide trays with multiple drawers, because the slides in this single slide depth tray with lid are better protected from light and dust. The single metal trays are also sturdier than boxes made of archival cardboard or metal boxes with multiple drawers (which are far more expensive). The model 200 comes with cardboard dividers that separate the box into compartments each holding 25 plus or minus a couple of standard slides. The dividers have to be removed from a larger sheet and you need to clean off their edges before inserting in the box to remove any loose chaff. The cardboard is not archival quality but this has not been a problem in my experience (the paper in the old carboard mounted slides was not archival either). It would be easy to trace a pattern on archival cardboard stock if you wanted to replace the dividers that come with the box. Very rarely there has been a manufacturing defect that narrowed the metal channels dividing up the boxes, so that some of the sections could not hold 25 slides each. This has happened in only a couple of my 70 boxes, less than 3%. If you stack the boxes on top of each other the clasps that close the boxes might scratch the bottom of the box stacked above it. I have solved this problem by placing small stick on felt pads on the bottom corners of the boxes; this also will keep the metal boxes from scratching the surfaces they are sitting on. If you move frequently, save the original cardboard boxes for packing and protecting the files. Logan Electric was bought out by another company a few years ago, but the files are still marketed under the original name and model numbers. While the price has gone up considerably in the decades since I bought my first file, they are still a bargain given the quality of the product. Purchasing through B&H provided the best price and quickest service I have found, beating even factory direct prices and shipping charges. After over 40 years, my first Logan slide files are still in use, and the newest ones I purchased from B&H are of the same high quality. No product has come along in all that time that does a better job of storing and protecting my professional and personal slide collections.
    Date published: 2012-01-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Slide Storage The all-metal slide files are solid, well made, and excellently finished with a durable finish (I spent years in and around the paint industry). The dividers provided by Logan could be a bit thicker; but, the ones they provide do the job quite well. I created my own index sheet in MS Word with a table on legal-size paper. That way I was could neatly (my handwriting is not so good) enter the contents as I filed over 3000 slides in chronological order after digitizing them. This mode of storage takes up a great deal less space than the Kodak Carousel trays the held the slides until recently.
    Date published: 2016-03-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from ... a hard-to-find item We have been buying the Logan Electric slide files for 25 years but were told by our local camera store they could no longer get them. When I discovered they could be ordered from B&H, I didn't waste any time ordering them. They were shipped the day after I entered my order online and I was furnished a UPS tracking #. We received the boxes the following week and they were as advertised....
    Date published: 2009-09-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Logan Slide File - best slide storage There are very few people who still view their 35mm slides with a projector. The best solution is to convert them to digital and archive the slides in a permanent safe protective file. Slide trays and Carosels are too bulky for something not likely to be used again. the solution is the Logan Slide File. An all metal compact tray with a securely latching lid. It holds 750 2x2 slides with markable dividers. This is the best slide storage solution I have found. I can be stored in a minimal space.
    Date published: 2014-06-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Small investment saves plenty of space Like many people, I had carousels of 2 x 2 slides from many decades back. A friend recommended moving the slides from the carousels and putting them into these boxes for easy storage. Since each box held up to 750 slides, I was able to consolidate 30+ carousels into 4 of these storage boxes--saved so much space and I still have the images close by if I want to view them. Did like the idea of the double latches to ensure the boxes did not accidentally open. Much thanks to B & H Shipping Dept who had these boxes in my home within 2 days--thanks so very much.
    Date published: 2012-12-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Storage System for Slides finally gathering all those loose slides into a orderly collection. I find that the Logan slide storage boxes are the best way to store your slide collection
    Date published: 2008-12-07
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