Saunders SlimMate Storage Clipboard - 0.50" Clip Capacity - Stationary, Tablet, iPad, eReader, Docum
Item Number: SAU00560
Our Price: $9.62 / EA (savings $3.56)
Quantity in Stock: 32
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- Slim design fits easily into a backpack, briefcase and other tight spaces
- 3/4" storage compartment holds pad of paper and other small supplies
- Low-profile clip securely holds 1/2" of loose papers
- Snap latch keeps materials protected from impacts and elements
- Wire-reinforced hinge withstands abuse to prevent breaking apart
The SlimMate storage clipboard offers a sturdy writing surface whether it is needed at the office, in a meeting or in the field. This slim design minimizes bulk and fits easily into a backpack, briefcase or other tight spaces yet offers plenty of storage and holds letter/A4 paper size. Top opens with easy, one-handed access to a 3/4" storage compartment that is large enough to hold pad of paper and other small supplies. Smooth writing surface features a low-profile clip that holds 1/2" of paper securely. Snap latch keeps materials protected from impacts and the elements. Clipboard is made from durable polypropylene with a wire-reinforced hinge so it will not break apart.
Manufacturer Part Number: 00560
Product Name: SlimMate Storage Clipboard
Packaged Quantity: 1 Each
Sheet Standard: Letter,A4
Sheet Size: 8 1/2" Width x 12" Length
Clip Capacity: 0.50"
Item Capacity: Stationary,Tablet,iPad,eReader,Document,Paper
Compartment Accessibility: Top Opening
Clip Type: Low-profile
Board Material: Polypropylene
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