|Global Product Type||Binders-Ring|
|Capacity Range [Max]||3"|
|Binder Sheet Size||11 x 8 1/2|
|Number of Fasteners||3|
|Inside Pockets||One Back; One Front|
|Inserts||Back Cover; Front Cover; Spine|
|Back Cover Insert Size||9 1/2 x 11 3/16|
|Front Cover Insert Size||11 15/32 x 11 3/16|
|Spine Insert Size||3 x 11 3/16|
Dimensions / Specifications
|Unit of Measure||EA|
|Item Weight||1.380 lbs|
|Ships via UPS?||Yes|
|Box Pack Quantity||12 EA|
|Carton Pack Quantity||12 EA|
|This item is sold by the EA|
|Warranty Comments||Manufacturer's limited one-year warranty.|
|Manufacturer Stock No.||UNV20751|
|S.P. Richards Equivalent SKU||SPR19750|
|Office Max Equivalent SKU||21989449|
|Office Depot Equivalent SKU||730981|
|Country of Origin||CN|
|OTS Product ID||6750194|
Thank you very much for your question, and it is a great question. Amazingly the main difference is that the deluxe version is a heavier binder and more durable. These are better suited for executive meetings, where you want to demonstrate the value of your proposal or when you use a binder all the time (typically a binder that everyone uses for phone or room number, like a reception or front desk situation). The size and all the other features of the binder are the same whether it is deluxe or economy, and if you are curious about picking the best size binder, here is a terrific article "How to choose the best 3 ring binder?"
Our Universal is a great binder at an economical price. We have hundreds of customers that use them and are very satisfied. Also, I don't think you can say one brand is better than the other. There are customers who prefer Avery and see a difference in quality. Personally I feel their binders are about the same. The Universals are modeled after the Wilson Jones or Acco line of binders, which are the industry standard for binders!
Hopefully that answers your question, and thanks for checking in with On Time Supplies!
Thank you for your question about 3 ring binders.
The closest item we have to fit your needs is this top loading data binder from ACCO. It doesn't have rings at all. It expands and compresses along the top to hold pages.
Hope this solves your problem!
Different 3-ring binders are suited to different tasks. Find out which styles work best for archives, reference materials & presentations.
If you walk into any office, school, storage room, or performance stage, chances are that you’ll see a few 3-ring binders on the shelves or lying around. The 3-ring binder is certainly no newcomer to the office product scene, but they have become more specialized to accommodate certain tasks and industries much better. This buying guide describes the types of 3-ring binders you can choose from and highlights key features to help you choose the best binder for your needs.
Presentations are one of the most common uses for 3-ring binders in a wide variety of industries. Working professionals commonly use 3-ring binders in sales meetings, training sessions, and new program pitches to share ideas in an organized and convenient way. Meanwhile, educators often use 3-ring presentation binders to teach lessons, share stories, and collaborate with colleagues.
Reports and reference purposes are also common uses for 3-ring binders and a reason why many of our customers shop at OnTimeSupplies. These types of binders help you organize reports and reference materials for personal use, company manuals, and even school reports. Reference binders are commonly used in the financial industry by accountants, financial planners, and insurance specialists as well.
Archive-style 3-ring binders are economical and often bought in bulk to accommodate large collections of documents that need to be placed into storage for later use. We have many great options for archive binders at OnTimeSupplies to protect your paperwork and ensure that your important information is identifiable and easy to access. Archive binders are a unique type of 3-ring binder, and we’re here to help you pick the right ones for your important archival documents.
Musicians, theatrical actors, dancers, storytellers, comedians, presenters, and keynote speakers can all make good use of practice and performance 3-ring binders. Something that sets practice and performance binders apart from other types of binders is that many of them can accommodate plastic sleeves to place papers inside and keep them protected with frequent use. Here are some product recommendations for this type of binder.