I have a lot of devices. Appliances, tools, watches, cameras, instruments, vehicles. You name it, I got it. Most of them come with paper manuals, of all different shapes and sizes. The worst are the computer foldouts, those are these gigantic, poster size things folded up in some unintuitive way... and the small books: manuals that are like 3" x 4" square and an inch thick. Incredibly inconvenient sizes. How can I organize these things?
One thing I have used are Itoya presentation binders, but they really only work for thin, pamphlet like manuals that are 8.5"x11" or smaller. Any other form factor does not fit. Three ring binders don't work for similar reasons.
I have a boat, which, as you can imagine, has dozens of different manuals of different shapes and sizes. The manufacturer's solution was to dump all the manuals in a small duffel bag. So, now I am freakin Santa Claus pawing through this bag looking for a manual. Ridiculous.
I would like some kind of consistent physical manual storage system, so I can have all the paper manuals in one place, organized in such a way that I can find any particular manual quickly.
DO NOT SUGGEST "SCANNING" THEM. This question is about organizing PAPER manuals.