Wilson Jones 1.5" Navy Ultra Duty D-Ring Binder 12pk - W876-34-295PP
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Wilson Jones 1.5" Navy Ultra Duty D-Ring Binder 12pk - W876-34-295PP

Part #: W876-34-295PP
Brand: Wilson Jones
  • Ring Size: 1-1/2 Inch
  • Ring Type: D-Ring
  • Binder Style: Non-View Binders
  • Sheet Capacity: 375 Sheets
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Product Description

If you're low on time and want to quickly put together a project, consider using these Wilson Jones binders. This 1-1/2" Navy Ultra Duty D-Ring Binder can hold up to 400 sheets. And you won't kill your fingers trying to open up this binder---it has an easy single-touch trigger. Custom-made by Wilson Jones, these binders are made with a pvc-free polypro material that lasts up to 10X longer than vinyl. For additional storage, there are four interior pockets. This reliable binder is one of Wilson Jones's strongest, built to be long-lasting. With a 5-year guarantee, Wilson Jones also has a wide variety of different colors, sizes, and styles of binders.

Product Details

  • Single-touch trigger opens all 3 rings with just one finger
  • 1 1/2 inch D-Lock rings hold 25% more paper – up to 425 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

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Item Specifications

  • Binder Type: Ultra Duty
  • Cover Type: Opaque
  • Detailed Color: Navy
  • Document Size: Letter
  • Material: Polypropylene
  • Ring Size: 1 1/2"
  • Ring Type: D
  • Sheet Capacity (20 lb paper): 425
  • Period of Warranty: 5 years

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