Samsill Nonstick Insertable Round Ring Binders - 1" Binder Capacity - Letter - 8 1/2" x 11" Sheet Si
Item Number: SAM18437
Our Price: $5.15 / EA (savings $3.82)
Quantity in Stock: 294
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- Polypropylene material that will not stick or lift copy
- Locking round rings mounted on back allow pages to lie flat
- Clear overlays on front, back and spine allow easy customization
- 2 Clear inside pockets; heavy-duty recycled chipboard
Nonstick insertable binder features recyclable polypropylene material that is environmentally friendly and will not stick or lift copy from cover inserts or contents. Use the clear overlays on front, back and spine to customize your presentations. Locking round rings are mounted on the back to let pages lie flat and reduce wear on your important papers. Heavy-duty, recycled chipboard core is designed for heavy use. Binder also offers exposed rivets and two clear inside pockets for loose documents.
Manufacturer: Samsill Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number: 18437
Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.samsill.com
Product Name: Nonstick Insertable Round Ring Binders
Packaged Quantity: 1 Each
Binder Capacity: 1"
Sheet Capacity: 175
Sheet Standard: Letter
Sheet Size: 8 1/2" Width x 11" Length
Number of Fasteners: 3
Fastener Type: Round Ring
Total Number of Pockets: 2
Pocket Location: Internal
Accessibility: Book Fold
Features: Non-stick,Clear Overlay,Heavy Duty
Weight (Approximate): 15.04 oz
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