Re: Video Hand Saver

Barb Bergman (barbara.bergman@angelo.edu)
Thu, 19 Jul 2001 09:09:58 -0700 (PDT)

I assume you mean the things that look like blunt letter openers, used to
pop open plastic video cases.
They're handy if you have staff who feel they need them.
(I have no problem opening cases, but my assistant--who hasn't caught on to
not using your fingernails--kept complaining. So we stole a box opener from
Acquisitions...)
In my opinion, table knife would probably work just as well.

Barb

At 08:15 AM 7/19/2001 -0700, you wrote:
>Hi,
>
>Has anyone of you used this product "Video Hand Saver" ? It is a device to
>open VHS cases and prevent hurting fingers. Some staff suggeted to purchase
>it, and I'd like to know your experience. Or is there any similar product
>out there? Any comment is appreciated.
>
>
>Constance Hsi
>Team Leader, Multimedia Team
>TSD, Queens Borough Public Library
> yhsi@queenslibrary.org <mailto:yhsi@queenslibrary.org>
>
>

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