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GBC Navy 5/16" Proclick Spines (25 Pack) - 2515663
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GBC Navy 5/16" Proclick Spines (25 Pack) - 2515663

GBC Navy 5/16" Proclick Spines (25 Pack) - 2515663

Part #: 2515663
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Brand: GBC

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Main Features:
  • Color: Navy
  • Size: 5/16"
  • Capacity: Approx 45 Sheets (20lb bond)
  • Hole Pattern: 32 Hole
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ProductDescription

These navy 5/16" ProClick Spines are innovative binding spines from GBC. These navy 5/16" 32-ring spines insert into your 32-hole punched document and snap closed to give a professional look to any presentation. Using these navy 5/16" ProClick spines, pages can be easily added and removed by zipping the spine open with the included zip tool. The navy 5/16" GBC ProClick spines can be used with your existing 3:1 wire system or with a ProClick punch. Get 25 navy 5/16" ProClick spines with every order. Product number 2515663.

Product Details

  • Color: Navy
  • Size: 5/16"
  • Capacity: Approx 45 Sheets (20lb bond)
  • Quantity: 25 Per Box
  • GBC Part Number: 2515663

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Reviewed on 9/6/2017

Worked great! Review by Katherine

The shipping was quick and the product worked great!

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DemonstrationVideo

Transcript: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is everything you need to know about ProClick spines. There are few different sizes, ranging from 5/16" to 5/8". With a larger size, you can fit up to 125 pages into your book. They come in a standard 11" length but there's also a half size, 8.5". A nice thing about this binding is that it lays flat. Not only that but it even lays back to back. The best part is that you can edit it anywhere, with or without the tool. To close it, pinch the end of the tool and swipe. To open it, slide the other end through. There are a few machines out there to do this for you t... Read More
Welcome to MyBinding video. This is everything you need to know about ProClick spines. There are few different sizes, ranging from 5/16" to 5/8". With a larger size, you can fit up to 125 pages into your book. They come in a standard 11" length but there's also a half size, 8.5". A nice thing about this binding is that it lays flat. Not only that but it even lays back to back. The best part is that you can edit it anywhere, with or without the tool. To close it, pinch the end of the tool and swipe. To open it, slide the other end through. There are a few machines out there to do this for you too. They have the 3:1 pitch punch patter, which means there are 32 holes exactly like the 3:1 twin loop wire. You can even use the same punching machine. With all its convenience, it's only sold in a few colors. And that is the ProClick spines. For more demos, reviews and how-to's, go to MyBinding.com.
Questions & Answers
Q:
I have a 42page booklet plus a clear cover plus a navy blue back cover. I would be printing on the pre-punched paper, 24 lb which I'm assuming is heavier then just computer paper. What size navy blue spine would you recommend?? Thank you
Asked by Sandy Schaeffer
A:
Thank you for your question. For a book of that size You would want to use the 1/2" diameter ProClick spines.

Answered by MyBinding 10 months ago
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