1 1/4 inch Green SlanTIS Coil Binding Sleeve
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1 1/4 inch Green SlanTIS Coil Binding Sleeve (SL-114)

Part #: SL-114
Brand: MyBinding
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  • 1-1/4" Maximum document thickness
  • Letter size
  • Increased productivity
  • Allows for one hand operation
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Product Description

Increase your binding productivity by up to 60% with the innovative SlanTIS Coil Binding Sleeves. These 1 1/4 inch Green sleeves will make your coil binding tasks a snap by securing the pages of your document during the coil insertion process. You'll be amazed how SlantTIS Binding Sleeves makes the coil binding process easier and faster. Start by sliding a pre-punched, unbound book into the sleeve with the binding edge up, insert the coil into the first few holes of the book, while the sleeve secures the book in the perfect position. Finish inserting the coil with little or no resistance, then remove the bound book from the sleeve. The sleeve is then ready for another book. Especially for larger jobs it is recommended to have multiple sleeves of the same size, so you have several pre-loaded books ready for binding. With a variety of color-coded thicknesses, from 1 to 2 inches, and smaller clear sizes from 1/4 inch to 3/4 inch, you're sure to find a SlantTIS Binding Sleeve for just about any job.

Product Details

  • Sleeve Type: 1 1/4 inch Green Coil Binding Sleeve
  • Sleeve Size: 8.5" x 11" Letter Size
  • Max Document Thickness: 1 1/4 inch
  • Quantity: 1
  • Part Number: SL-114

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Demonstration Video

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. Let's take a look at the all-new TurboCoil, a spiral coil binding sleeve by SlanTIS. Let's face it, binding with spiral coils can be difficult. SlanTIS has created TurboCoil, a plastic sleeve system that allows you to sure up your project which lines your holes in the most natural curve for the spiral bind, making it easier to thread the first few rings on. The plastic sleeve also firmly grips the entire project, making one-handed operation possible. A color-coding system lets you know which binder is best for which size coil. The largest binding sleeve, being red, ... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. Let's take a look at the all-new TurboCoil, a spiral coil binding sleeve by SlanTIS. Let's face it, binding with spiral coils can be difficult. SlanTIS has created TurboCoil, a plastic sleeve system that allows you to sure up your project which lines your holes in the most natural curve for the spiral bind, making it easier to thread the first few rings on. The plastic sleeve also firmly grips the entire project, making one-handed operation possible. A color-coding system lets you know which binder is best for which size coil. The largest binding sleeve, being red, can handle up to two-inch round coils. The smallest, a quarter inch. Whether you have large projects or small, there's a binding sleeve for you. There they are, TurboCoil binding sleeves by SlanTIS. For more demos, reviews, and how to's on this product and many more, check out MyBinding.com.

Questions & Answers

Yes you can use these on smaller sized coils. They will help you hold the document together during the binding process. However, they are not as important or usefull for small sized books. On larger books they also help you to shape the spine of your document and to to keep the pages from coming apart. Those are less of an issue with smaller diameter coils.

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5 years and 10 months ago ago

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