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JAM Paper Standard 1" 3-Ring Flexible Poly Binder, Blue (751T1BU)

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Item #: 901-1433557JAM
  Model #: 751T1bu
Brand: Jam Paper
JAM Paper Standard 1 3-Ring Flexible Poly Binder, Blue (751T1BU)
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Jam® Designer® Blue glass twill 3-ring binder is ideal for school/home/office and has thickness of 1". JAM Paper® Blue Plastic 3 Ring Binder features a class twill finish and enough space to store nearly 200 sheets of paper. Designed to fit easily in a backpack or on your office shelves, the vibrant color and convenient size of this binder can help you stay organized at school or at work. Made of light, yet durable plastic, these binders are easily portable and ideal for protecting papers from class room to board room. With about 10 x 11 inch covers, they fit all standard sized documents. They also feature an inside pocket and business card on the left the inside cover for extra storage and organization convenience.
  • Blue
  • 1"
  • Plastic
  • Finish: Glass twill grid
  • Includes 1 inside pocket to fit your business cards, CD's, index cards and other small items
  • Perfect for school, at home or the office
  • Features 3 rings
Color Family : Blue Weight (lbs.) : 0.45 Material of Item : Polypropylene/PP Series or Collection : Desidnders
Ring Size : 1" True Color : Blue Width in Inches : 10.4 Ring Type : Round Ring
Height in Inches : 11.6 Depth in Inches : 1 Binder Type : Flexible Poly Binders Binder Pack Size : Each
Binder Sheet Capacity : 200-299 Folder or Paper Size : Other Binder Feature : Inside Pockets to Store Extra Materials Binder Durability : Standard
Binder Ring Type : Round Ring Number of Rings : 3 Brand : Jam Paper Customizable : No
Weight : 0.45 lbs. per Each

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