|Global Product Type||Binders-Post|
|Capacity Range [Max]||Available in: 2" or 3"|
|Sheet Capacity||Available in: 650 or 870|
|Binder Sheet Size||11 x 8 1/2|
|Fastener Style||Straight Post|
|Number of Fasteners||3|
|Inside Pockets||One Back; One Front|
|Inserts||Back Cover; Front Cover; Spine|
|Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Total Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Brand||Wilson Jones® (website)|
This short video found at the link below illustrates how to use the Wilson Jones flip lock, as well as its many functions such as multi-page loading and removal.
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.
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