Jewel Case for Standard Single CD are standard jewel cases to hold one disc. These jewel cases features a transparent outer case with a black disc tray.
Optical disc packaging (ODP) is the packaging that accompanies CD, DVD, and other formats of optical media. Most packaging is rigid or semi-rigid and designed to protect the media from scratches and other types of exposure damage. A jewel CD case is the original compact disc case that has been used since the compact disc was first released in 1982. It is a three-piece plastic case, measuring 142 mm × 125 mm × 10 mm (5.59 in x 4.92 in x 0.39 in), which houses a compact disc along with the liner notes and a back card. Two opposing transparent halves are hinged together to form the casing, the back half holding a media tray that grips the disc by its hole. All three parts are made of injection-molded polystyrene.
The back media tray snaps into the back cover, and is responsible for securing the disk. In its center is a circular hub of teeth which grip the disc by its hole. This effectively suspends the disk in the middle of the container, preventing the recording surface from being scratched. The media tray was originally constructed of a flexible black polystyrene, but many newer trays use a more fragile transparent polystyrene. This allows the reverse of the back card, which is usually used for additional artwork, to be visible.
A storage case similar to those you would find your audio cds stored inside when buying from the high street. This case has a transparent front and back allowing you to print off a cd cover and place inside the case. Features:
- High quality plastic
- Integral tabs to hold CD liner notes
- Colour: Transparent with a black disc tray
- Dimensions (WxDxH): 142 x 10 x 125mm