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Have you ever had a CD in hand with no place to put it?

Posted 01 April 2004 05:52 CET by Crabbyappleton

More strange news is out on the net tonight. Disc-it™ is a highly effective, revolutionary new concept product designed to conveniently store discs such as CD's, CD-R's CD-ROMs DVD's and Games Discs that are in frequent use. Disc-it™ provides Ultra-Convenient, protective storage of CD's while helping to reduce the clutter and inconvenience of jewel cases and similar storage devices from the desktop, stereo, entertainment center and practically everywhere people actively use CD's. The unique concept of Disc-it™ has been designed and developed by Mike Scanlan, President of Scanlan Enterprises, Inc. Scanlan realized that no one actually puts frequently used discs back into their protective cases, so he designed a simple and practical device to protect and hold discs that are in use. "Early indications show that demand for Disc-it™ in both promotional and retail markets will be overwhelming," stated Scanlan, 'It's a no brainer" he adds, 'it takes someone about a second to comprehend the merits of the device, once they try it, they can't imagine how they ever managed without it". Not bad actually, when dual layer comes out, this puppy will store nearly 70 gigs of data safely, and all for less than 5 dollars US. That's about the cost of one disc! Disc-it™ has a suggested retail price of $ 4.99 and is currently available in four colors: Translucent Red, Translucent Blue, Black and White. Disc-it™ makes a great gift for anyone, anytime. Disc-it™ is the perfect promotional item and can be personalized with a printed logo. More information can be found at MyDiscit. Source: Retail Press World
kwkard
CDFreaks Resident
Posted on: 01 Apr 04 04:19
How is this any different (besides the angle the disc sits at) than a normal spindle that blank media comes in?
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Crabbyappleton
MyCE Resident
Posted on: 01 Apr 04 04:21
I don't know either, but it was a Gold Medal Winner at the leading showcase for inventions.
[edited by Crabbyappleton on 01.04.2004 06:31]
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louiskhorweiwu
CD Freaks Rookie
Posted on: 01 Apr 04 04:57
This had better be an april fools thing.
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enzoronald
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Posted on: 01 Apr 04 05:11
funny I dont think this is an april fools joke though..cause domain name : Creation date: 20 Aug 2003 13:31:48 Thats a bit early to prepare a april fools joke eh But then again : Mike Scanlan (scanports@hotmail.com) kinda strange for a design company to have a hotmailaddress eh Oh well..time will tell
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yoshix
CD Freaks Junior Member
Posted on: 01 Apr 04 05:17
The picture looked doctored.
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steelerboy26
New on Forum
Posted on: 01 Apr 04 05:55
I would just end up stacking 5 or 6 on top of each other and completely defeat the purpose.
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Silverman2k1
New on Forum
Posted on: 01 Apr 04 06:53
When the dreams come true ... I designed and then built the same item 4-5 years ago, by my hand in metal; the color was silver.
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BlackSmith
New on Forum
Posted on: 01 Apr 04 08:11
April fool! And, BTW, there is no 70 GB dual-layer (or whatever) disc around!
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Discman
CD Freaks Member
Posted on: 01 Apr 04 08:22
when they doctored it, it looks like they good a butplug and stretched it width wise!
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Orinoco
MyCE Resident
Posted on: 01 Apr 04 08:24
Well now - when I'm crouched down under the desk swapping disks in my tower I often wish I had one of these handy little things to put one of the disks on rather than the carpet.
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warforpeace
CD Freaks Member
Posted on: 01 Apr 04 08:47
this idea is not as bright as it may seem. I use 10-disc spindles that come for free. regardless it's an April's fool joke or not, I still don't think this is such a breakthrough.
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RaWShadow
CD Freaks Member
Posted on: 01 Apr 04 09:16
Well it looks more attractive on your office desk than one of them spindles. Its no aprils fools.
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tylau
CD Freaks Member
Posted on: 01 Apr 04 09:49
Minor scratches are really unimportant on data CDs, as they does not usually affect reading unless its really serious or large in area. Only important is on audio CD and VCD which are affected more by those scratches.
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Thudmeizer
CD Freaks Rookie
Posted on: 01 Apr 04 14:04
Nice Foolie Day Joke! It looks like a bloody condom for our disks! hA! :g But hey.. its a free marketplace so as gay as this invention could be its still a money maker. :+
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LoneWolf15
CD Freaks Senior Member
Posted on: 01 Apr 04 15:54
Next on the market...novelty Disc Nipples disc holders... This has GOT to be an April Fool.
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Seán
Senior Administrator & Reviewer
Posted on: 01 Apr 04 18:55
They do have a top domain website and E-mail address, although no other information other than the above image and a link to E-mail them. The domain name had been registered August last year and belongs to echoarts.com, so quite unlikely to be an April's fool joke. Even if the image is doctored, it probably has been published to see how the public react rather than risk mass produce it first and find out no one is interested. Then again, I have lost several DVD+RW discs as a result of them getting scratched by laying them around (Memorex discs are very easily scratched). DVD+R's and CD-R's don't seem to mind minor surface scratches especially the Infiniti brand of writable and even rewritable discs. http://www.mydiscit.com
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j_c_hallgren
CD Freaks Rookie
Posted on: 02 Apr 04 05:46
Given that I found this thing at various sites via Google, such as http://www.garrettspecialties.com/html/discit.html I would believe it's a real product... And I could see a use for it...keeps discs off bad/dirty surfaces when you have to swap a few often...
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j_c_hallgren
CD Freaks Rookie
Posted on: 02 Apr 04 06:01
P.S. Found a place that sells em indiv..."http://www.novelex.com/detail.asp?PRODUCT_ID=NCI0201"...and even stacking 5-6 discs doesn't defeat it...just keeps them together and off surface of table or desk...remember it's not only for PC's but any CD/DVD player...
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DavidW
CD Freaks Senior Member
Posted on: 02 Apr 04 15:41
I tend simply to leave an open jewel case on my desk, and place the otherwise homeless disc down on the jewel case without necessarily pressing it home. It works for me - and I've loads of jewel cases!
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bubbles001
New on Forum
Posted on: 03 Apr 04 03:46
Nope, it's no April fool joke. Looks like a good idea I think. Can't tell you how many times I could have used a couple of these. P.S. found them at http://www.proinnovative.com/product.jsp;jsessionid=a0LSlnZOyIt_?id=100 also, so it is real!
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thelowdown
New on Forum
Posted on: 06 Apr 04 06:40
Q, How is Disc-it different? Bulk packed CD’s on a spindle type container have been around for many years now. The folks at S.E.I. have realized for many years, that virtually nobody actually puts frequently used discs back into their protective cases, so many aspects were considered and numerous designs went into the development and production of Disc-it‰. The objective was to design an attractive product that would protect and hold a number of CD’s with ultimate ease while adding excitement to stale and clutterd desktops, entertainment centers etc. The unique shape and size of Disc-it‰, with the tapering top cone and the spherical support surface are design features that make this product user friendly, practical and aesthetically pleasing. One person described their ease of use with the product as “like throwing hoops on a match-stick”. The combination of the tapered top cone and the spherical bearing surface on which the disc sits, allows for easy alignment of the disc(s) while also allowing the disc(s) to pivot so that they can be easily seen, handled and picked up, even when Disc-it‰ is up high, on a monitor or shelf for example, it is very easy to place and remove discs from it. Try putting a packing spindle high above your shoulders and removing the bottom disc, all without standing, and with one hand. We think you’ll find Disc-it‰ to be the more practical solution. Disc-it‰ takes far less space and is arguably far more attractive than a packing spindle.
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thelowdown
New on Forum
Posted on: 06 Apr 04 06:46
No. Disc-it makes use of an integral stacking ring that is built around the hole of all discs that are or have been manufactured within the last 10 years. This ring is molded into the disc and is there to separate the discs from each other when they are stacked, shipped handled and loaded into a disc-drive.
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thelowdown
New on Forum
Posted on: 06 Apr 04 06:51
Why is Disc-it a better solution than this? An open jewel case will hold at best (double CD case) 2 CD’s. If the disc is not pushed “home”, the CD’s are alowed to come into contact with damaging surfaces that will scratch the disc. If the disc is pushed home, it is far more difficult to remove from the mechanical grasp of the center hub, than it would be if it were simply sitting on a Disc-it. An open jewel case occupies a much greater space on the desktop than the 2.5” diameter footprint of Disc-it. Placing more discs on a disc placed in an open jewel case will only lead to damage of those discs. They will slide around, fall off, get scratched and eventually become useless. Disc-it is arguably far more attractive sitting on the desktop, than an open jewel case.
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thelowdown
New on Forum
Posted on: 06 Apr 04 06:55
One person described their ease of use with the product as “like throwing hoops over a match-stick”.
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thelowdown
New on Forum
Posted on: 06 Apr 04 06:59
The discs are allowed to pivot so that they can be easily seen, handled and picked up, even when Disc-it is up high, on a monitor or shelf for example, it is very easy to place and remove discs from it. Try putting a packing spindle high above your shoulders and removing the bottom disc, all without standing, and with one hand. We think you’ll find Disc-it to be the more practical solution. Disc-it takes far less space and is arguably far more attractive than a packing spindle.
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thelowdown
New on Forum
Posted on: 06 Apr 04 07:03
Disc-it provides Ultra-Convenient, protective storage of CD’s while helping to reduce the clutter and inconvenience of jewel cases and similar storage devices from the desktop, stereo, shelves, entertainment center and practically EVERYWHERE people actively use CD’s.
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thelowdown
New on Forum
Posted on: 06 Apr 04 07:08
Early indications show that demand for Disc-it™ in both promotional and retail markets will be overwhelming.
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thelowdown
New on Forum
Posted on: 06 Apr 04 07:11
Q, What is Disc-it and why do I need it? A, Disc-it is a highly effective, revolutionary new concept product designed to conveniently store CD's, CD-R's CD-ROMs DVD's and Games Discs that are in repeat or frequent use. Disc-it provides Ultra-Convenient, protective storage of CD's while helping to reduce the clutter and inconvenience of jewel cases and similar storage devices from the desktop, stereo, shelves, entertainment center and practically everywhere people actively use CD's. Disc-it will hold up to 8 discs at a time, each separated and protected from the other by the integral staking ring built around the center of all discs. Disc-it is designed to breathe life back into the stale and cluttered office, home and studio environments by delivering an inspired design with vibrant fun colors. Disc-it is the perfect promotional item as it is not put away, it remains on the desk, always displaying your personalized printed logo for all to see.
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bubbles001
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Posted on: 24 Apr 04 20:58
CHECK OUT THE WEBSITE!! http://www.mydiscit.com:g
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