Fellowes Crystals Clear Covers
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Fellowes Crystals Clear Covers

Brand: Fellowes
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  • 7.5 mil crystal clear cover
  • Available in letter or oversize
  • Can be ordered unpunched or 19-hole punched
  • Comes in packs of 25 or 100
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Product Description

These Fellowes transparent crystal binding covers are designed to highlight your title page while protecting your document from spills and tears. Made from a durable clear plastic these binding covers are compatible with most binding systems and binding machines. However, these covers are not designed for use with thermal binding systems. Fellowes Crystals clear binding covers are available in (8.5" x 11") for a flush cut fit or in oversize (8.75" x 11.25") with round corners. They are also available in packs of either 25 or 100. You can even buy Fellowes Crystals Clear Binding covers that are pre-punched for use with 19 ring comb binding systems. Choose the style and quantity that best fits your needs.

Product Details

    Cover Type: Transparent PVC Covers
  • Color: Clear
  • Size:8.5" x 11" or 8.75" x 11.25"
  • Thickness: 7.5mil
  • Punching:19 Hole Comb Punched for pre-punched covers
  • Quantity Per Pack: 25 Covers or 100 Covers

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Demonstration Video

Transcript: This is How to Use Laminating Pouches! First off, make sure your project fits inside the pouch and does not extrude past the edges. The pouch should always be bigger than your page. Next, when choosing a size, make sure your pouch laminator is big enough and can handle the pouch thickness because we sell some pretty big pouches. Pouches come in thicknesses of 3 to 10 mil, but not every size comes in every thickness. All laminating pouches have rounded corners, and you can find some with prepunch side slots.
Using a lamination pouch is simple:
First open your pouch and insert your project, al ...
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This is How to Use Laminating Pouches! First off, make sure your project fits inside the pouch and does not extrude past the edges. The pouch should always be bigger than your page. Next, when choosing a size, make sure your pouch laminator is big enough and can handle the pouch thickness because we sell some pretty big pouches. Pouches come in thicknesses of 3 to 10 mil, but not every size comes in every thickness. All laminating pouches have rounded corners, and you can find some with prepunch side slots.

Using a lamination pouch is simple:

First open your pouch and insert your project, align all the edges so they are even. Then place the pouch into the carrier so they open the same way. The edge where the two sides meet is called the crease. Line up the carrier and pouch creases. With pouch in place, slide the carrier into your pouch laminator crease end first as seen here. When it’s done, remove the carrier and unveil your beautiful new laminated project!

Sizing Guide

Part NumberSizeColorThicknessCorners
520898.5" x 11"Clear7.5 milSquare
520438.5" x 11"Clear7.5 milSquare
523098.75" x 11.25"Clear7.5 milRound
523118.75" x 11.25"Clear7.5 milRound
52934018.75" x 11.25"Clear7.5 milRound
52937018.5" x 11"Clear7.5 milSquare

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