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Wilson Jones® Lite-Touch™ No-Gap™ Locking Round-Ring View Binder, 2" Rings, 50% Recycled, White Item # 985235

Wilson Jones® Lite-Touch™ No-Gap™ Locking Round-Ring View Binder, 2" Rings, 50% Recycled, White
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    Single-touch ring trigger opens with the touch of a finger
    • Back mounted rings help pages lay flat. 
    • 2 inside pockets for organizing loose documents. 
    • Greener choice — contains 50% total recycled content with a minimum of 42% postconsumer recycled content.  Made with 100% recycled chipboard.

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    Item # 985235 
    Manufacturer # W77017PP  
    ring type round
    ring size 2 inches
    spine label holder yes
    inside pockets yes
    cover material polypropylene
    number of rings 3
    sheet lifter included no
    quantity 1
    postconsumer recycled content 42%
    total recycled content 50%
    brand name Wilson Jones
    manufacturer ACCO BRANDS
    binder color White
    binder sheet capacity 500 sheets
    binder sheet size 8 1/2" x 11"
    Product Type binder

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    Wilson Jones� Lite-Touch? No-Gap? Locking Round-Ring View Binder, 2 Rings, 50% Recycled, White 3.3 5 4 4
    Worth the extra slight extra cost opens and closes easily, well made November 24, 2013
    Finally! Opening Is Easy! Hallelujah for the Lite Touch feature! In an office with all kinds of users, too often my binders would suffer from people pulling apart the rings to open them, which often damaged them and caused papers to fall out. With Lite Touch binders, people seem relieved to "gently press the red button" and the rings "part like magic!" (said one user). I like not to having to replace expensive binders nearly as often, and I waste less time reassembling binders whose pages have fallen out. I love these binders! September 9, 2011
    lousy design These notebooks have the rings on the back instead of the end. When you take the notebook off a shelf, it collapses, which make you break your nails (which can be expensive) and also hurt your fingers. This is the worst design for a notebook. Unfortunately, I can?t seem to find the ?old fashion? notebooks. June 16, 2010
    Not secure. I wasn't impressed with this product. I f we are buying a binder we want the papes to stay in there. It's important to have double-locking if you have more than 100 pages...otherwise it's ok. June 10, 2010
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