What is a Calendar Case?
Calendar Cases are specially designed plastic cases (boxes) that hold calendars, recipes, postcards, or any other promotional materials. The case folds back to a 45 degree angle to form a display easel for the items inside. It also functions as a storage case when closed. This dual function of display and storage case in a single enclosure makes them highly functional little boxes and quite popular.
What do people use Calendar Cases for?
Calendar Cases are primarily used for the display and storage of calendars -- including personal, retail, real estate, promotional, and business type calendars. However, the uses are as varied as they are creative. Calendar Case / Calendar Box users also use them in the following ways: Recipe holders, recipe display cases, retail postcard holder, postcard display cases, catalog cases, catalog boxes, mini portfolio cases for models, designers, and studios, product retail cases (wallets, shoe inserts, games, flashcards, etc...). As you can see the functions of CD Calendar Boxes are many and limited only by one's imagination. If you can think of any other innovative uses for a Calendar Case please email EWS we will add it to the list above.
What is the difference between a CD Calendar Case and CD Jewel Case?
This is the primary difference: 1) CD Calendar Cases hold calendars 2) CD Jewel Cases hold CDs. More specifically, a CD Jewel Case is a plastic box containing a removable tray (sometimes black or clear) which holds a disc in place with a rosette type hub. When this "CD tray" is removed a "hole" or empty area is exposed in the lip area towards the bottom of the case. A Calendar Case, on the other hand, does NOT contain this tray nor does it have a "hole". In fact, in it's closed position, a CD Calendar Case is a very secure, dust proof enclosure for your calendar. Another very important distinction between the two types of cases: a CD Jewel Case contains half-moon tabs on the area where a CD insert or Calendar would fit, whereas a CD Calendar Case does not half moon tabs. A CD Calendar Jewel Box is completely empty on the interior allowing for maximum, unencumbered storage space within the case itself. A CD Jewel Case does NOT fold back. A CD Calendar Case does fold back to form a convenient display easel / calendar holder -- ideal for a desktop, mantle, retail counter-top, or any other flat surface. A CD Calendar Case shares only the exterior dimensions of a CD Jewel Case. Other than that they are two completely different products with two very distinct uses. One important note: our CD Calendar Cases are the only Calendar Case in the marketplace which are wide enough to accommodate a disc (either CD or DVD). Keep in mind, the disc would be loose inside the case but we do sell adhesive backed rosettes to hold a disc in place. So with our CD Calendar Cases you get the best of both worlds.
What are the other names for a CD Calendar Case / CD Calendar Box?
CD Calendar Cases are also called the following names: CD Calendar Jewel Cases, CD Calendar Jewel Boxes, CD Calendar Jewel Case, CD Calendar Jewel Box, Calendar CD Box, Calendar CD Case, Calendar CD Boxes, Calendar CD Cases. As the name of website might indicate, we prefer the following name: Calendar Case or Calendar Cases. Simple, descriptive and to the point. We have nine different sizes of Calendar Cases.
How many sheets can a Calendar Case hold?
Our Calendar Cases easily hold 15 sheets of 14pt C2S Cardstock with UV coating. Our 4"x6"/10x15 cm Photo Calendar Cases comfortably hold 25 photos print on glossy, photo paper.
Why are the 4"x6" Photo Calendar Cases so popular?
Simply put: convenience and function. The main appeal and advantage of the 4"x6" Photo Calendar Case is its universal format. 4 inches by 6 inches is the global standard for 10x15 cm photographs. With literally hundreds of thousands of photo-finishers on nearly every corner around the world, anyone can easily create 4"x6" true photo quality calendars, portfolios etc... in ANY QUANTITY...all without the need for cutting.