2011 National Geographic Magazine Slipcase

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2011 National Geographic Magazine Slipcase

2011 National Geographic Magazine Slipcase

SKU: NGOTAWSLP2011

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Overview

Preserve your National Geographic magazines with richly embossed, elegantly bound slipcases. Each two-case set, January-June and July-December, holds 12 monthly issues.

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C
07/12/2014
Carol

I still haven't received this product

When am I going to receive this product?

JP
04/04/2013
J Pachyderm

Sturdy

Would prefer silver color option

DR
10/30/2012
Don RON

What happened to the old slipcases..?

Slipcases are nice enough, but still, I favoured the old black and yellow ones better.

C
07/11/2012
Captankirk

Damaged

Product was ordered to hold last years magazines, the same as I have ordered for the past 24 years. However, this year one of the slipcovers was damaged. Granted it was slight, and not in a spot that will be noticed without close inspection, but damaged none the less. I was going to send it back, but figured it would be more of a hassle to return and get new ones than it would be to do some minor repair and use them regardless. First time I've been disappointed with anything ordered from NG.

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05/12/2012
shortybrasil

Just what I was looking for

I've been looking for something to protect all of my National Geographic Magazines (as they were getting ruined in our bookshelf just being pulled in and out all the time) and only just realized that they had their 'own' slipcovers on this website. I decided to give it a try and it works perfectly as described. I really like how there is a little extra room (approx. enough for another magazine) because it leaves space for the extra maps and 'posters' that come in the magazines.