Photo Chest is a large, transparent plastic photo organizer that will allow you to safely preserve all your photographs of family, friends, and important milestone moments in your life. It comes with 16 transparent storage containers that'll fit comfortably inside the chest, so you can store your photos in self-organized groupings. Using Photo Chest can dramatically reduce the amount of clutter that is often caused by loose stacks and bunches of photographs being stored in various places around the home.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Photo Chest is $19.99 plus $7.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Photo Chest by paying the extra shipping fee of $7.99 for a total price of $35.97.
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- Holds up to 1600 Photos
Each of the 16 photo organizers within your Photo Chest will hold up to 100 photos, so you'll be able to store up to 1600 photos in total inside your chest.
- Can Label Containers
You will be able to slide a self-created label into each of the individual photo organizers. Doing this will allow you to quickly see what's in each organizer from the outside, without having to open any up.
All of the organizers are lightweight enough to be carried around in a purse or backpack, and the chest isn't very heavy itself, either. Most people will be able to carry it, regardless of their level of strength.
The 16 photo organizers can be carried in almost any type of bag, so you'll be able to take them outside the home to show family and friends without difficulty. You'll also be able to transport your entire chest to other locations by using the conveniently built-in handle to carry it.
- Slim Design
Photo Chest's slim rectangular design, which makes it the shape of a rectangular prism, will enable you to store it in a variety of places within your home, such as a cabinet or closet.
- Free of Acid, Bpa, and Pvc
The plastic used to create each chest is free of acid, plus BPA and pvc, two substances that are found in some plastic materials. All of these substances could potentially damage your photographs.
- Digital Storage
Some people are turning to their computers or smartphones in order to store their photos, but it can be incredibly time-consuming to transfer photos via scanner to a digital device. Furthermore, if your device has a screen that's on the small side, it may be difficult for other people to view your photos. If you want to share a photo with someone at a distance, and they don't happen to have an email address or social media account, you'll just have to print the photo up anyway.
- Drawers and Shoeboxes
Storing photos in drawers and shoeboxes is common, but by storing them in drawers, you may take up space that you could use for other things. Plus, you'll still need to find a way to transport your photos if you want to take them outside your home. Shoeboxes can be carried, but even a single one likely won't fit in your backpack or purse.
Photos can be stored in envelopes, labelled or otherwise, but envelopes don't offer much protection against potential damage from sunlight, chemicals within an environment, or oxidation.
- Will Store Other Objects
If you don't have enough photos to fill an entire Photo Chest, the 16 individual organizers within can be used to store other things, such as beads for crafting or recipes.
- Not Ideal for Largest Photos
The photo organizers that come with the Photo Chest are large enough to hold standard-sized photos, but they aren't large enough to accommodate the dimensions of portrait-sized photos.
If you label your individual photo organizers, you'll be able to quickly pull out the one that contains certain photos, instead of having to waste minutes or even hours rifling through piles.