Office Depot� Brand Top-Loading Sheet Protectors, Heavyweight, Semi-Clear, Non-Glare, Pack Of 25
Protects all my research materials in my library. Great product for both home, office, personal and/or school use at a reasonable price.
August 16, 2014
Works well for permanent paperwork...
I bought these for school (college) to organize my print outs and to divide and organize my binders. I thought I was buying the ones that had the holes on the outside of the actual slip itself. At first I was disappointed that I grabbed the wrong thing. Now that I am using them as just dividers. I find that I have fallen in love with them.
I like to keep my binders and coursework very organized. I hate when printed material gets bent, torn, etc. I find that it helps me keep up with the material and study. I have ADHD and sometimes the slightest thing will distract me and make me loose focus. Staying organized helps me from doing that.
I have started to use these instead of tabbed dividers. I keep the work from most of my classes as a reference for classes I take in the future. The tabbed dividers were costly and I couldn't actually see them because of my other sheet protectors with the holes on the outside. Now I use colored card stock or white card stock in these protectors and use a Post-It filing tab to mark which class. Its very easy to flip back and forth between my notes and coursework. These fit well in my binders and don't poke out when the binder is closed.
Cons- They do scuff easily and you have to be careful putting your paperwork in so the corners don't get bent (a little OCD on my part). These are not good for paperwork that you will need to take in and out of a binder often because you have to open up the binder rings. These are better for something that is permanent or doesn't need to be changed out except for a few times a year.
June 27, 2012
Very inconvenient to use
You need to punch holes in the sheets of paper that you put inside the sheet-protector; otherwise you won't be able to use it. Every time you need to take out a sheet or two you actually have to open the binder rings, remove the protector and then the sheets that you need...
October 24, 2011