Yegos wrote:I think this would be a nice thing to have but I highly doubt it will ever happen. Can't hurt to ask though, right?
Although I have to break my themes out over several folders do to the sheer number of booklets, Count Blacktron and I appear to have the same setup. I also order them by set number. Ditto on the weight and crushing potential when the two drawers are out. Lucky(?) for me that I've started on the third drawer.
For those who don't have the money for that, I suggest an accordion file folder (or two). They may not fit the instructions for the sets like the Death Star II but for the vast majority of the instructions, they work fine.
davee123 wrote:Unfortunately, LEGO has sort of switched sizes over the years-- however, I seem to recall being told that "A10" size holders will fit some of the "sticking-out-too-far" instruction booklets. It's a standard size in Europe that I believe LEGO used to conform to with its larger booklets. As such, it isn't as easily available here in the USA (where 8.5" x 11" is the more-or-less standard paper size), but you may be able to find them online or from non-US sources. I'm not familiar with other European sizes, but it could be that looking through other non-US-standard size paper holders may result in some better fits.
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