GBC Premium Navy 7/8" 2:1 Twin Loop Wire - 9775118
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GBC Premium Navy 7/8" 2:1 Twin Loop Wire - 9775118

Part #: 9775118G
Brand: GBC
  • Capacity: Approx. 160-190 sheets (20lb bond)
  • Quantity: 100 pk
  • Hole Pattern: 21 Hole
  • Length: 11"
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Product Description

GBC Premium Navy 7/8" 2:1 Pitch Twin Loop Wires are guaranteed to add elegance and security to your documents. These GBC Premium Twin Loop Wires are also called Wire-O, WireBind, and Double Loop Wire. GBC navy 7/8" 2:1 pitch elements let pages lie flat with 360 Degrees rotation for convenient note-taking and photocopying as well as provide a permanent bind to your documents--meaning your pages stay secure and protected. GBC Premium navy 7/8" 2:1 pitch wire spines also look a tad more refined than a plastic comb or spiral coil. Measuring 7/8" in diameter, these navy twin loop wires from GBC can hold approximately 160-190 sheets. These premium navy 7/8" 2:1 pitch twin loop wires come open in a "C" shape, allowing you to insert the spines into your punched pages and then simply use your wire binding machine or wire closer to finish your books. Product number 9775118G.

Product Details

  • Color: Navy
  • Pitch: 2:1 Pitch (21 Loops)
  • Size: 7/8"
  • Capacity: Approx. 160-190 sheets (20lb bond)
  • Quantity: 100 Per Box
  • Part Number: 9775118G

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Sizing Guide

SizePitchApproximate Capacity (20# Paper)
3/16"3:1 Pitch (32 Loops)5-20 Sheets
1/4"3:1 Pitch (32 Loops)20-30 Sheets
5/16"3:1 Pitch (32 Loops)30-50 Sheets
3/8"3:1 Pitch (32 Loops)50-60 Sheets
7/16"3:1 Pitch (32 Loops)60-80 Sheets
1/2"3:1 Pitch (32 Loops)80-100 Sheets
9/16"3:1 Pitch (32 Loops)100-120 Sheets

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