Universal Economy 1" 3-Ring View BinderPresentation/View Binders
Letter Size - 1" Slant-Ring - 220 Sheet Capacity - Black - View Complete Details
Product Number: UNV20741
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This product was manufactured in the United States.
Universal Economy 1" 3-Ring View Binder - An exterior, matte-finish, transparent plastic overlay presents limitless customization options when you choose this binder. Say goodbye to page jamming and curling and hello to smooth page turning with this binder's D-Ring mechanism. D-Ring design means you can store 25% more documents in this binder than a comparable one fitted with round rings. Open and close triggers effortlessly for fast access to binder contents. Identify the material you need fast when you spot this binder's handy spine label. Front cover folds back to create a compact, rigid "mobile desktop" for note-taking on-the-fly. Two inside pockets for storing additional documents. Back mounted with exposed rivets.
- Matte-finish, transparent plastic overlays on front cover, back cover and spine present limitless label customization options.
- Slant rings allow smooth page turning and hold more documents than the same-size round rings.
- Open and close triggers provide fast, nearly effortless access to single sheets.
- Back-mounted rings for added convenience.
- Two inside pockets provide extra storage for loose documents.
- Poly material is non-stick so inserts, pockets and cover won't lift print.
- This product was made from wood that came from a certified managed forest.
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Q:does this binder have the clear view for the front AND spine to allow for inserts into both of those locations?Asked on 2/16/2011 by Anonymous
A:Yes, the Universal Economy View Binder allows inserts for both the front and spine.Answered on 2/17/2011 by Adam