Fellowes Luggage Tag Loops - 100pk
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Fellowes Luggage Tag Loops - 100pk

Part #: 52061
Brand: Fellowes
  • Color: Clear
  • Material: flexible, durable clear plastic
  • Size: 6"
  • Quantity: 100pkj
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These premium Fellowes Luggage Tag Loops are made of flexible, durable clear plastic and will firmly attach luggage tags to your baggage for easy identification. Check out these and other quality Fellowes ID accessories at MyBinding.com today.

Product Details

  • Length: 6"
  • Color: Clear
  • Quantity: 100 per pack
  • Part Number: 52061

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Demonstration Video

How to Add/Remove Luggage Tag Loops

Transcript: Here we are going to show you how to use small plastic loops, also known as luggage loops, to attach a luggage tag to your…luggage.

First insert the loop into the tag slot. Then bring one side of the loop through the other and pull it together.

Now to apply it to your bag, bring the loop under the strap, and bring it over the tag to insert your tag through the loop. Pull it tight and adjust it nicely and you’re done.

Now to remove it, pull the end of the loop attached to the strap, loosening it, and slide the tag out from between the loop.
Here we are going to show you how to use small plastic loops, also known as luggage loops, to attach a luggage tag to your…luggage.

First insert the loop into the tag slot. Then bring one side of the loop through the other and pull it together.

Now to apply it to your bag, bring the loop under the strap, and bring it over the tag to insert your tag through the loop. Pull it tight and adjust it nicely and you’re done.

Now to remove it, pull the end of the loop attached to the strap, loosening it, and slide the tag out from between the loop.

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