ACCO® Pressboard Report Covers with Spring-Style Fasteners, Top Binding for Letter Size Sheets,
Item Number: ACC18928
Our Price: $5.81 / EA (savings $2.15)
Quantity in Stock: 936
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- Solid pressboard material
- Unique, flexible fasteners allow pages to lie flat when open
- Holds stacks of paper of to 2" thick
- For letter-size sheets side bound; 2-3/4" centers
- Cover is bound along the top
Innovative spring-style fastener flexes to allow cover and pages to lie flat & improve ease of use. Expands to hold up to 2". Report cover is top bound along the 8 1/2" edge. Hold 8 1/2" x 11" letter size sheets. 2 3/4" centers. Earth Red, 25 per box.
Manufacturer: ACCO Brands Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number: A7018928
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.acco.com
Product Name: Pressboard Tyvek Reinforced Report Covers
Packaged Quantity: 1 / Each
Folder Capacity: 2"
Sheet Standard: Letter
Sheet Size: 8 1/2" Width x 11" Length
Fastener Type: Spring Style
Color: Earth Red
Additional Information: Centers: 2 3/4"
Environmentally Friendly: No
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