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Wilson Jones® Top-Loading Sheet Protectors, Super-Heavyweight, Non-Glare, Box Of 50
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Wilson Jones® Top-Loading Sheet Protectors, Super-Heavyweight, Non-Glare, Box Of 50

Item # 155917
Page protection that works!
  • Flexible, transparent polypropylene resists damage.
  • Top-loading design for easy insertion and removal of pages.
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Page protection that works!
  • Flexible, transparent polypropylene resists damage. 
  • Top-loading design for easy insertion and removal of pages. 
  • Prepunched pages fit into any standard 3-ring binder. 
  • Nonstick material won't lift ink off printed pages inside. 
  • Acid free and archival safe. 

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Item # 155917 
Manufacturer # W21401  
thickness 0.13 mils
transparency type clear
nonstick yes
non-glare yes
opening position top
number of holes punched 3
quantity 50
brand name Wilson Jones
manufacturer ACCO BRANDS
postconsumer recycled content 0
total recycled content 0
sheet protector sheet size 8 1/2" x 11"
sheet protector weight super heavyweight

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Wilson Jones� Top-Loading Sheet Protectors, Super-Heavyweight, Non-Glare, Box Of 50 5 5 2 2
Best sheet protectors These are somewhat expensive, but if you're looking for the absolue heaviest sheet protectors, these are for. Bought 200 first order going to re-order. Buy a box to try with your next purchase of whatever, you'll be back for more. By the way, the service from Office Depot can not be beat. April 7, 2013
Really Heavyweight A truly heavyweight protector; non-glare finish that doesn't obscure the contents. More expensive, but worth it if you want quality. Only problem: top opening sometimes stuck closed when new; can take some extra effort & time to get open enought to insert contents. October 23, 2008
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