Hi, I’ve got some important products to show you that I was sent by Shoplet.com and if you like them that’s where you can go to get the same thing.
- An Avery EZD Heavy-Duty Reference View Binder
- Avery Custom Binder Spine Inserts; and
- Avery Note Tabs
This young lady is my granddaughter Tatyanna who is in the 7th grade, and an honor roll student. She’s showing us a Avery Heavy Duty One Touch Ring Reference Binder. It’s Heavy Duty, and it has a one touch EZD Ring. I like that part. It’s really quite easy to do, so not like the old ones where you practically had to use force and God forbid you’d get your fingers or skin caught in one of those popping close. Man, that use to hurt. This notebook is so easy to open. I believe that’s the best feature.
As you can see this is not an average notebook. It holds over 40% more paper than a round ring one. I like that because you can buy those dividers (and they won’t stick out either) for different subjects, and still have plenty of room for work already done, and for extra clean paper. It has four pockets available for whatever you like whether it be pictures, cards, whatever, and it’s PVC free, and as I said it’s easy to open and you can close it with one touch.
Also, as you can see there is a package of Avery Custom Binder Spine Inserts. For example, I use to be a paralegal, but I’m retired now, but I still do transcribing at home. These type of office supplies I used every day. Also, I am a manager of my husband’s band. These office supplies are going to come in very handy for me. The front pocket of the notebook is where I plan on putting the band’s picture, and the Binder Spine Inserts will separate the different clubs I’m dealing with, and the Avery Note tabs will come in handy too for phone numbers, and possibly different dates for gigs.
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