Pages are made with acid-free and PVC-free material. Each page has a layer of lightweight padding to protect cards from kinks and dents. Compatible with all standard card protector sleeves for those seeking as much protection as possible.
It has a rather flimsy cover that can bend or crease in a bag.
Side-loading design that is compatible with all standard card protector sleeves. Binder opens nearly flat for easy visibility and card retrieval. Many collectors praise its lightweight, non-bulky design.
Front cover is secured with an elastic strap, but unfortunately it gets stretched out easily.
Contains 20 double-sided pages that are PVC- and acid-free and archival safe. Cover is rigid, which protects cards stored on the album's outer edges. Fits most standard 2.5 by 3.5-inch cards.
A couple collectors remarked the elastic that secures the cover may damage some cards.
A rugged, protective design with fill-zip closure, hard covers, and a solid spine. Binder design allows for more pages to be added. Comes with 50 double-sided sheets that hold a whopping 400 cards. Has a convenient strap for easy carrying.
It's not immediately clear whether pages are acid- and PVC-free.
Hold up to 360 cards in archival-safe polypropylene pages. Has a soft spine that slides between books and binders in backpacks. Cover and back art is true to form and vibrant. Popular first album for Pokémon collectors.
Album is lightweight and somewhat flimsy so collectors will need to handle carefully.
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