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on July 3, 2012
This is a small case that can hold 18 standard SD cards and 4 larger cards. The case is is about the size of an iphone and about 1/2" thick. The memory cards easily slip in and out of the slots. Because of the size of the holders even if the card slips in the slot when the case is closed it can only go about half way out. The cards won't become loose in the case. It is inexpensive but does all that it should. It provides a place to store your memory cards and gives some protection if you take it traveling.
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on December 27, 2012
This is a sturdy zipper case as others have pointed out. It has room in the middle that I use to store my USB adapter even when fully loaded. There are 18 SD/MS Pro Duo and 4 CF card size slots. Full size MS sticks (2") will not fit correctly to allow the case to close comfortably.

You can use the slots to store your microSD, but they are loose and have a tendency to fallout if you have previously used the slots to store SD or CF cards as the slots tend to mold to their respective size of the cards used. To get around this, I just use an adapter card and insert my microSD in there without worrying about the cards falling out.

For the money you can't go wrong for a well made and convenient portable storage case.
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on January 22, 2017
UPDATE: I ordered a 2nd one because I liked the 1st so much, but the second one never arrived. I don't know if the problem was with the vendor or with Amazon, but after calling they created a new order and sent me one. However this 2nd one was different and did not have the stickers or cloth that were supposed to come along with it. I messaged the vendor to see if they could send me some stickers and they offered to send me a replacement. Great! Except they sent me the exact same thing - another case with no stickers! Couldn't even do a quick check to make sure? It may not be a big deal to some, but one of the reasons I originally loved this was because I could label all the slots with dates. So now I have 2 extra cases and no labels. Just want people to have a heads up that the product is not consistent.

I had a ton of memory cards that needed to be organized and after a lot of searching I decided to get this. I had a few other cases that held 6 but in addition to that not being practical for the amount of cards I had, the cards fell right out of the sleeves so every time you opened one, it was just a jumble of cards! This one was cheap, small, holds a lot of cards, and allows you to label them. I ended up using 2 labels on each sleeve to denote dates and the event(s) on the card so I wish the labels were a tiny bit bigger but this has really helped keep my cards organized and safe. I thought about getting one of those hard cases that are waterproof but for now this is was an amazing solution and I just ordered another for the remainder of my cards.
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on November 20, 2017
I find this to be an excellent carrying case for SD memory. It is small 4 1/2" x 2 1/2, which is a good thing. Well made and looks good. I do work for a digital media group and need lots of SD cards for each event (sports, local events, etc.) and this case is perfect for slipping in your pocket and available at any time. The memory slots are stiff and it can be a little daunting trying to get SD cards in and out in a hurry, but this may improve over time and use. I would buy again and recommend this carrying case to anyone.
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on May 7, 2016
Are you like me, forever misplacing SD cards or worse, Micro SD Cards? That important information or those photos you just took out of your camera and laid the card down, uh, somewhere around here. My desk? The dining table? Kitchen counter? I was tired of trying to traack down what I just had in my hand a couple of minutes ago. Then I found this memoru card carrying case. It holds 22 cards and has labels that can be applied. This is my memory card salvation and I can't praise it enough. Small enough to tuck into a pocket it's with you where you need it. Now I need a second one to keep in my computer bag.
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on December 21, 2012
I wanted, and needed, a small case to store, and carry memory cards. I found the perfect item, for me, from ECO-FUSED, Black Memory Card Carrying Case, with a variety of pages to hold different sizes of memory cards. The case is well constructed, and the best thing, for me, is the zipper works flawlessly. Also enough room in middle for several batteries.
Thanks to ECO-FUSED, and to Amazon, for making this all happen...icq3
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on June 27, 2016
My wife loves this rugged little case. It stores a large number of cards of various sizes. The construction of the case is good, the stitching has good strong thread and it looks like this case will hold up well. The zipper is tough with large teeth, not like some of the cheaper nylon bags with the small nylon zippers. The case is fabric so it is flexible, it a tough fabric the weave is made so it won't run or unravel.

The case also comes with white printed labels that you can adhere to the plastic pockets This allows you to clearly label and see the contents at a glance. Important if your switching to blank cards for movies and photos while on vacation.
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on June 28, 2016
This is an inexpensive, simple, but effective case for organizing your SD / MicroSD cards. I have not had the problems with mine noted in some of the negative reviews; cards are easily inserted and removed from the case, the zipper works well, the construction is reasonably secure and the case seems durable. No, it isn't expensive Italian leather with acid-free archival storage slots and a titanium zipper, but it's certainly a decent case that's worth the price and does what it's advertised to do. I'm quite happy with it and I think the price is fair - I would recommend this case to a friend.
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on July 24, 2014
The product is as advertised, the other reviews accurately conveyed the nature of the product. I wanted a relatively high volume capacity case that will hold multiple SD cards and this one has 18 slots dedicated to SD cards and 4 larger slots that can be used for additional SD or larger format cards. The SD slots are very snug, but still relatively easy to remove the cards. There is sufficient room to insert in a piece of paper with notes regarding the content of each SD card. Unlike the Hakuba media card cases that I also use (holds 8 SD cards), this case is not as protective, but also not as bulky or heavy. It is light and very compact, attractive in appearance and functional. Overall, I would purchase one again if I need more storage capacity, would recommend the product.
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on January 29, 2016
I got this for my trail camera SD cards. I found it hard to keep open and remove the SD cards. I already have 4 ripped slots that will not keep the card in now. With all the good reviews I thought it would be better. The book is a nice size and I love having my cards organized but at the rate I am going I might not have any good slots left. I found the best way to get the cards out is to push them from the bottom like a tube of toothpaste. This works great on the inner slots but not on the outside ones.
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