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Oxford Black n' Red 1-Subject Professional Notebook, 8.5" x 11", Wide Ruled, 70 Sheets, Black (K66652)

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Item #: 901-K66652
  Model #: K66652
Brand: Oxford
Oxford Black n Red 1-Subject Professional Notebook, 8.5 x 11, Wide Ruled, 70 Sheets, Black (K66652)
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Description
Take notes with this Black n' Red twin-wire 70-sheet poly-cover business notebook. Write notes using this twin-wire business notebook. The twin-wire design holds pages securely while letting them turn smoothly, and the poly cover protects contents from spills, damage and dirt. This Black n' Red poly-cover business notebook has 70 double-sided sheets, providing ample space to meet large note-taking needs, while the Optik Paper prevents ink from bleeding.
  • One-subject professional notebook is great for school, home, or work projects
  • This 8.5"W x 11"H (US letter) notebook has 70 sheets
  • The wide-ruled paper makes it easy to write legible notes that aren't too cramped
  • Black notebook
  • Durable polypropylene covers with bungee closure protect sheets from damage
  • Micro-perforated sheets for neat and easy sheet removal
  • Notebook binding: spiral
Specifications
Spiral Bound : No Notebook Type : Professional Notebooks Notebook Pack Size : Each Acid Free : Non Acid Free
Hole Punched : No Perforation : Perforated Notebook Binding : Spiral Recycled Content (%) : 30
Number Sheets Per Pad : 80 Rule Type : Wide Color Family : Black Sheet Dimension : Other
True Color : Black Weight : 1.10 lbs. per Each Brand : Oxford Quick Ship : Yes
Customizable : No
Weight : 1.10 lbs. per Each

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