I purchased 100 blue CD envelopes, which were great quality and lovely colour - as far as I can see, the best coloured ones available. They are also quite roomy, so that the CD is not squashed inside. However, most people would like to keep these lovely envelopes, rather than having them spoiled by breaking the seal on the back. I would have much preferred the envelopes to have a "tuck in" at the back rather than the conventional seal, so that they could be retained intact. This would seem logical as it would be impossible to send a CD in these envelopes without being contained in a more robust CD mailer, so i cannot see any reason at all for the "once and for all" seal. An alternative to a "tuck in" would be to have some some sort of resealable seal. As it is, I will have to cut my own tuck in's into the back which isn't as professional as I'd like them to look for sending out to clients, but this drawback is balanced by the quality overall.
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