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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 OfficeMax # 21751855
Page protection that works!
  • Flexible, transparent polypropylene resists damage.
  • Top-loading design for easy insertion and removal of pages.
Your Price $14.79 $14.79
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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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Rated 5 out of 5�by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5�by 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
Rated 5 out of 5�by 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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