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1. What's the difference between Record Props v1 and v2?
Our newly released Record Props v2 contain several minor updates and improvements, from a sleeker design to a new protective bumper. Head over here for full details.
2. What about THE F***ING dust? Will my records be harmed?
Make no bones about it, records collect dust. Thankfully, Record Props attract no more dust than listening to records on a player without a dust cover. They’re specifically designed to enable listeners continuous rotation for what’s Now Playing, avoiding increased dust that would otherwise collect on a horizontal shelf.
It's always important to spin responsibly no matter how you decide to play or display your collection. We advocate for the usual precautions and a proper record cleaning brush (or cloth) before spinning up your albums.
In need of a good brush? We even have a few recommended options.
3. Can I purchaSe record props in different/custom quantity?
We currently sell Record Props at three price points to help save money when ordering in multiple quantities. Orders of at least one ($18 each), orders of at least three ($16 each), and orders of at least five ($14 each). If you'd like to request custom order quantities for wholesale or retail, please contact us and we'll get you setup. Easy peasy.
4. Will Record Props fit all albums?
Record Props have been designed to fit most albums when displayed on the wall. We've come as close as possible to a one-size-fits-all design, however not 100% of albums will fit. Where does that leave us... one-size-fits-most? We've tested countless albums and have come up with a design that fits the overwhelming majority.
When displaying on a wall, box sets, or albums containing three or more vinyl records are an example of those that will likely not fit. Most single-vinyl albums and most two-vinyl albums with gatefolds will fit, however some gatefolds, particularly double gatefolds (those that unfold twice) may or may not have a depth too wide to fit, depending on how thick the cover/cardboard is. Even some single albums which are printed on a very heavy/thick cardboard, fit better in the gatefold side of Record Props when displayed on the wall.
When displaying on tabletop, only single / non-gatefold albums apply since gatefolds stand upright by themselves. We've come up with a design that fits the majority of album covers to ensure you can display what is "now playing" as often as possible.
5. Will Record Props DAMAGE MY album COVERs?
That would be horrible, wouldn't it? We've paid close attention to the detail of Record Props and we've created a design that pays close attention to your records. With a slight beveled edge that helps avoid damage to your covers, you can easily tilt your albums into place until they're flat against the wall.
6. Where can I purchaSe record props locally?
At the moment, Record Props are only available from this website and a select few resellers.
7. Can I partner with record props or resell the product on my website?
For wholesale orders or reselling opportunities, please contact us with your quantity request, shipping address, ideal timeline, and a description of why you're interested in carrying Record Props.
8. Are Record Props Available in OTHER Colors or materials?
At the present time we are only manufacturing Record Props in White. That said, we’d love hear from you if you have color or material requests. In 2019 we’ll be looking at re-releasing Black Record Props and possibly new colors or materials pending demand. Reach out and let us know what you’d like to see in the future?
9. What if I'm not happy with my purchase? What is the return policy?
Tough luck kiddo.
Just kidding. If you're not happy, we're not happy.
Please let us know what's wrong and if we can't resolve the issue, send back your order for a full refund.
10. Where did the NAME record props originate?
Our core philosophy stems from celebration of art and music. In the literal sense, we're propping vinyl records upright, and in the metaphorical sense, we're giving props to the artists and musicians we love. Add to that a bit of fun music trivia – the origination of the term props leads back to the Otis Redding song Respect. In it, the lovely Aretha Franklin shares her amazing vocals as she proclaims: ... I'm about to give you all of my money. And all I'm askin' in return, honey, Is to give me my propers when you get home ... We couldn't have said it better, Aretha.
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