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Print File SB1122 Slide Storage Box (Tan)

BH #PRSB1122 • MFR #295-0100
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Key Features
  • Acid and Lignin-Free
  • Metal Edges
  • Safe for Long Term Storage
  • Includes 8 Archival Slide Bins
The SB1122 Slide Storage Box (Tan) from Print File is an archival box designed specifically to safely store your cardboard or glass-mounted slides.
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Print File SB1122 Overview

The SB1122 Slide Storage Box (Tan) from Print File is an archival box designed specifically to safely store your cardboard or glass-mounted slides.

The box is constructed of acid and lignin-free board which has been secured on each corner with durable, metal corner braces. These materials were chosen to ensure degradation-free long-term storage for even the most valuable of slides. Each box also includes 8 archival slide bins which allow the user to divide and catalog their slides to their specific needs. This box is designed to hold approximately 200 cardboard mounted slides or 90 glass mounted slides - all depending on the thickness of each slide's mount.

Acid and lignin-free tan metal-edge slide storage box
Safe for long-term storage
Comes with 8 archival slide bins
Holds approximately 200 standard cardboard slide mounts and 95 glass slide mounts
UPC: 029368691002

Print File SB1122 Specs

Format
35mm Slides
Exterior Dimensions (L x W x H)
11.37 x 2.00 x 2.37" / 288.79 x 50.80 x 60.19 mm
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
11.7 x 3.4 x 3.2"

Print File SB1122 Reviews

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Easy to label w/ a Sharpie? Made of cardboard or ...

Easy to label w/ a Sharpie? Made of cardboard or plastic?
Asked by: Walter
Made of a cardboard like material, would be very easy to label/use Sharpie on!
Answered by: Merrill
Date published: 2021-06-24

Are the box and dividers easy to label w/ a ...

Are the box and dividers easy to label w/ a Sharpie? Made of Cardboard or Plastic?
Asked by: Walter
Yes, if you can write small with a sharp Sharpie. The dividers are integral to a container that holds about 20 slides and is made of a stiff paper, like that of a file folder. I printed labels cut to size that fitted the visible area of the containers with the slides in the container.
Answered by: Neil
Date published: 2021-06-22

Are there two boxes per package, as shown in the ...

Are there two boxes per package, as shown in the picture, or just one?
Asked by: Benjamin
Thank you all for replying. It seems like there is only one box per package, in spite of the picture that indicates two. I had actually purchased some of these a few years ago, but had paid much less so I thought maybe there would be two in the package at this price. I also discovered that the B&H price (which are usually very competitive) are quite a bit more than buying them straight from the manufacturer.
Answered by: Benjamin
Date published: 2020-08-24

Is this a good choice for mailing slides to be ...

Is this a good choice for mailing slides to be scanned?
Asked by: Robert
The Print File SB1122 Slide Storage Box (Tan) is a pretty sturdy box that can be used for shipping slides. Though I would recommend packing this in a second box when shipping.
Answered by: Yaakov
Date published: 2023-03-27

Can the box and the smaller divider boxes be ...

Can the box and the smaller divider boxes be easily labeled somehow? Are they made of plastic or cardboard? Would a Sharpie marker work without smearing?
Asked by: Walter
They are made of acid-free cardboard and you can easily label them with a sharpie marker or any other marker.
Answered by: Tri L
Date published: 2021-06-22

What are the dimensions of the box?

What are the dimensions of the box?
Asked by: Marilyn
Exterior Dimensions (L x W x H) 11.37 x 2.00 x 2.37" / 288.79 x 50.80 x 60.19 mm
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-07-21

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How many slides does 1 box hold...?
Asked by: Anonymous
I fit 24 slides (Kodak processed in cardboard sleeves) in each bin and then 8 bins in each box. 24x8 = 192 slides.
Answered by: Peter
Date published: 2023-06-01
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