Office Depot� Brand Top-Loading Sheet Protectors, Lightweight, Semi-Clear, Box Of 200
Best Protectors Ever
I am 62 and I have bought sheet protectors for legal notebooks, Job needed items, scrapbooks, my Children's History and Yearbooks.
Bills, Taxes, Hobbies and These are as good as you need. Non-Glare, great. Great quality, ease of inserting paper & well made.
Sorry No Cons. I am serious.
June 24, 2014
Better than any Brand
The Best sheet Protector out there.
I have used in my Business & Hobbies.
Highly Recommend over all top-Loading sheet protectors
April 14, 2014
Great price, good product!
I use these to put together song books for myself and another musician.
I've used these and the more expensive sheet protectors and for my use these are fine. I actually prefer these as they are not as heavy as the more expensive sheet protectors, almost 1/2 the weight. Music Tab sheets are easily inserted and can be taken out and edited, then put back for safe storage in a notebook at a very low price. Haven't had any problems with light reflections.
You can't beat Office Depot prices, products, service. I just love them. They have the best sales prices then any other store, online or retail.
December 30, 2013
Great for home, school, businesses
These are great for organizing paperwork for individual items. For my business, I organize all the paperwork by orders both incoming and outgoing. This keeps the paperwork easily accessible for multiple purposes.
At home, I put multiple pages into each one to keep receipts and warranties together. These are so much nicer than file folders for single jobs/items, etc. Then, I use the folders or a notebook to store multiple jobs for one grouping. Another example, I use them to separate my garden items. One sleeve for planting and other information about my green beans, one for corn, one for daisies, etc.
The same holds for schoolwork. I store specific projects in one sleeve and then group them as needed by class, student, year. Then, they are easily found again with all the paperwork intact.
December 22, 2013