Avery® Durable View Protect & Store™ Binder with 1" Slant Rings 23000, White

Product Number: 23000
Don't let your paperwork weigh you down. This Durable View Protect & Store™ Binder will help you shed the stress of organizing your projects and reports. A 220-sheet capacity and fully enclosed pocket provide plenty of room for important documents. The secure clasp prevents paper from falling out, and water-resistant material makes sure that your documents are protected from the elements. You can even customize the cover using free templates from avery.com. When you use this binder to get organized and protect and store important documents, the scales will be tipped in your favor.
  • Fully enclosed clasped pocket holds papers and other office essentials
  • Secure clasp prevents paper from falling out of pocket
  • Water-resistant material protects documents from the elements
  • Durable construction is ideal for frequent reference
  • Wide panels fully cover standard dividers and sheet protectors

Price: $11.87

Product Description:
  • 1" Capacity
  • White
  • Slant Ring
  • With Pockets

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Great idea, till it broke.

By LawS

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This review is from Protect and Store View Binders 23000:

I love having a big pocket in the inside of my binder. I teach for the Princeton Review, and most classes take place at local colleges. I have to carry my own whiteboard markers around with me, so I keep them in the front pocket. They're always with me and I never have to think about it.

However, after about a month of use, the elastic loop on the flap broke (elastic separated from the metal "anchor"). I've tried using the pocket anyway, but without a loop to keep the flap closed, it just doesn't work. The loop and button are structurally the weak point of the design, so I would have expected the loop to be reinforced a bit more.

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