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Avery DuraHinge Heavy Duty 4" 3-Ring View Binder, White, 4/Carton (79104CT)

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Item #: 901-2820973
  Model #: 79104CT
Brand: Avery
Avery DuraHinge Heavy Duty 4 3-Ring View Binder, White, 4/Carton (79104CT)
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Description
Organize important papers with this 4-pack of Avery heavy-duty white 4-inch one-touch EZD ring view binders. Keep notes and paperwork on hand with these view binders. With a DuraHinge design, these binders are extra strong to last longer and resist tearing, while the 4-inch one-touch EZD rings have a maximum capacity of 780 sheets for high-volume document storage. These Avery heavy-duty white view binders feature extra pockets, providing more space to store pencils, loose papers, and other similar items.
  • White view binder is an excellent choice for storing spreadsheets and other wide papers
  • Three one-touch EZD rings keep pages secure
  • Hold up to 780 sheets
  • Four interior pockets for added organization
  • Comes in packs of four
  • Insert a custom label into the spine pocket for easy identification
  • Binder features a DuraHinge design that's stronger, lasts longer and resists tearing, and DuraEdge that makes the sides, and top more pliable to resist splitting
Specifications
Durability : Heavy Duty Color Family : White Material of Item : Polypropylene/Cardboard Series or Collection : EZD
Ring Size : 4" True Color : White Ring Type : One Touch Binder Type : View Binders
Binder Pack Size : 4/Pack Binder Sheet Capacity : 700-1000 Folder or Paper Size : 8.5" x 11" Binder Feature : Inside Pockets to Store Extra Materials
Number of Rings : 3 Brand : Avery Customizable : No
Weight : 1.00 lbs. per Carton

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