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Avery Heavy Duty View 5" Capacity Binder with One Touch EZD Rings-
4.57 / 5 based on 7 Reviews
One touch mechanism lets you open, close and lock your binder in one easy step. Gap free feature prevents ring misalignment so pages turn smoothly. Crystal clear overlay enhances custom inserts on front cover, back cover and spine. Nonstick, archival-safe material won't lift ink or toner off of printed pages. Locking ezd ring holds up to 50% more than same size round rings (20% more than slant rings). Back-mounted rings allow pages to lie flat. Four inside pockets store unbound materials for improved organization. see more...
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- Are these flimsy?1 Answers
These binders gets a 7/10 from me. I like that they can hold all of my documents and case files. I use these a lot when designing treatment plans for ABA clients. I gave them 3 stars because I am rough on binders and the edges of these ones, where the binding it, wear down over time. But it is worth noting that my clients and I are very tough on binders so they may last longer under normal use situationsz
Binders are great for keeping things organized at work or at school. and store important documents.
This is a very durable long lasting binder. Easy open is an accurate statement given that it doesn't take both hands and half your body weight to open like other binders. Holds a lot more than I thought it could but had some minor tearing issues with the first few pages because of the way it closed nothing big though. Worth the money if you intend to use it long term.
I use these binders all the time for my "bind-less" textbooks. they keep everything together and don't break apart easily.
Binders are always a must for school to stay organized and keep everything together
This binder holds everything. I took five classes last semester and all of my notes, quiz and test fit in there perfectly. It's durable and extremely sturdy
This is a great looking binder looks to be very durable and big to be able to fit a lot of paper work
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