Re: [Videolib] countertop opener for VHS

Renee Zurn (rzurn@duluth.lib.mn.us)
Wed, 08 Oct 2003 12:39:51 -0500

Jim
I think I saw them recently listed in a catalog from www.shopperinc.com
or www.specialtystoreservices.com. Good luck finding them.

Renee Zurn
Duluth Public Library

>>> jimscholtz@sdln.net 10/07/03 07:23PM >>>
Hi all, Well, video isn't dead yet and my staff is wondering how to
prevent carpel tunnel syndrome from opening videos (ok, it's taken 15
years
of opening videos for them to get sore wrists!!). There used to be a
product on the market that served as a wedge to open normal video cases

(metal, shaped like an ironing board, about 6.5" long, 1.5" wide,
double
faced tape allowed mounting on countertop). I can't find a vendor for
this
product and have called Specialty Store Video and the Video Store
Shopper. I'm currently looking in the Demco and Gaylord catalogs as
well. Multi-Video, Inc. used to handle them but I don't think they
even
exist any longer. Any vendors where I can get such a beast? We used
them
in Elkhart, IN and they worked great. what's your experience? thanks
for
any information. Jim Scholtz.

James C. Scholtz, Director
Yankton Community Library
515 Walnut St.
Yankton, SD 57078
605-668-5276
jimscholtz@sdln.net

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