The 10 Best CD Cases
This wiki has been updated 10 times since it was first published in February of 2018. Music, film, and gaming enthusiasts will appreciate this list of CD cases and wallets. Perfect for storing discs of all kinds, including DVDs, they are designed to keep your media in order and out of harm's way. Ideal for taking with you anywhere, they will enable you to find the artist you want to hear or the movie you want to see easily -- assuming you put things back in order each time. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. If you'd like to contribute your own research to the Wiki, please get started by reviewing this introductory video.
December 31, 2020:
We've added the Snap-N-Store Double-Wide in order to provide an option for those who are more interested in a long-term storage rather than something portable. Its high capacity and stackable nature make it a great choice for large collections, and people who prefer to keep album artwork and other original inserts with their discs will appreciate that it can handle jewel cases. If you prefer keeping your albums in their original cases but you actually are looking for something portable check out Evelots Storage Bags, which are easier to carry around given their built-in handles. On the other end of the spectrum we've also added the Case Logic CDW-32, a super affordable choice for users who want to have access to a small library of CDs while traveling.
October 25, 2019:
If you're still holding onto beloved CDs, DVDs, or games, and are worried about the threat of damage, a dependable CD case will put your fears to bed. These options range from portable and light to super-durable and robust, so you can find the right storage solution for your collection, whether you have 20 or 400 discs to protect.
The Coofit Holder was added to the list to provide users with another heavy-duty option that can hold a substantial number of CDs or DVDs. The Elezay Felt is another new addition, chosen for its portability and stylish design. The Linkyo Heavy Duty has been removed due to fulfillment concerns, while the Transparent Vinyl got the ax due to complaints about durability and its effectiveness in protecting discs from scratches.