Wilson Jones 3" Eggplant Ultra Duty D-Ring Binder 8pk - W876-49-519PP
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Wilson Jones 3" Eggplant Ultra Duty D-Ring Binder 8pk (W876-49-519PP)

Part #: W876-49-519PP
Brand: Wilson Jones
  • Ring Size: 3 Inch
  • Ring Type: D-Ring
  • Binder Style: Non-View Binders
  • Sheet Capacity: 600 Sheets
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Product Description

Wilson-Jones makes sturdy and professional binders, making it easy and quick to put together a presentation. This 3" Eggplant Ultra Duty D-Ring Binder holds up to 750 sheets. And you won't kill your fingers trying to open up this binder---it has an easy single-touch trigger. Wilson Jones has made a unique polypro material, pvc-free, that will last up to 10X longer than vinyl. For quick additional storage, there are four interior pockets. This binder will last a long time, with its durable material and foolproof mechanisms. Available in multiple sizes, colors, and styles, these binders have a 5-year guarantee.

Product Details

  • Single-touch trigger opens all 3 rings with just one finger
  • 3 inch D-Lock rings hold 25% more paper – up to 750 sheet capacity
  • Features our strongest binder covers and extra durable hinge for years of reliable use
  • Custom formulated, PVC Free polypro material lasts up to 10X longer than vinyl
  • D-Lock, spill-free, never-gap rings ensure excellent paper security by closing tightly
  • Four interior pockets provide additional storage
  • 5-year satisfaction guarantee

Item Specifications

  • Binder Type: Ultra Duty
  • Cover Type: Opaque
  • Detailed Color: Eggplant
  • Document Size: Letter
  • Material: Polypropylene
  • Ring Size: 3"
  • Ring Type: D
  • Sheet Capacity (20 lb paper): 750
  • Period of Warranty: 5 years

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