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Five Star Flex Red NoteBinder, 1-Inch Capacity, 11.5 x 11 Inches, Notebook and Binder All-in-One (72005)

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  • Acts like a notebook; works like a binder. Combination notebook and 1-inch capacity, 3-ring binder includes 80 (60 college and 20 quad ruled) 8.5 x 11 sheets; holds up to 200 sheets total
  • Plastic front and back covers fold over to lie flat for easy note-taking, just like a notebook; 11.5 x 10.75 x 1.25 inches overall, Includes 5 plastic pocket dividers (2 NotePockets and 3 NoteProtectors) and self-adhesive labels
  • Lasts all year. Guaranteed! TechLock rings won't break or misalign, the rings open easily to add and remove paper and dividers, just like a binder
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Color: Red
Technical Details
Brand NameFive Star
Item Weight1.2 pounds
Product Dimensions1.2 x 10 x 11.5 inches
Item model number72005
ColorRed
Number of Items1
Size1"
Manufacturer Part Number72001
  
Additional Information
ASINB003O3IYY4
Best Sellers Rank #9,311 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableJune 14, 2010
  
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From the Manufacturer

Binder Flex Student School Hybrid 3 ring 1 inch binder

Five Star Flex Hybrid NoteBinder, 200 Sheet Capacity

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A notebook, pocket folder and binder in one!

Keep a notebook, homework, syllabus, and index cards all in one place. How cool is that?

Pick up the durable Five Star Flex Hybrid NoteBinder that acts like a binder and works like a notebook. You’ll get the simplicity of a three-ring binder, the flexibility of a spiral notebook and the storage capability of a pocket folder.

It features three durable and flexible plastic rings, and dividers with pockets that are great for storing handouts with an additional index-size pocket. The covers and rings are flexible plastic, so the covers fold back and lie flat for easier notetaking, and, it fits nicely into a backpack or book bag.

The dividers are similar to what you find in a binder, but unique to the Five Star Flex Hybrid NoteBinder in that they include tabs. All five inserts can be labeled with a permanent marker or use the included tab stickers.

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Why Flex?

Additional Pockets

Side tab pockets offer storage and protection for loose sheets and include an index card size pocket

Lies Flat

Water-resistant plastic covers folds back and lie flat for easier notetaking

Flexible Rings

Three flexible, 1-inch TechLock rings are positioned outside the binder just like a notebook, and won’t break or misalign


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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Kantor on March 14, 2013
Color: Green
I like spiral notebooks because they flip back -- you can fold the cover around back and have the book take up half the space. I like three-ring binders for the flexibility; I can choose or print exactly the kind of paper I want. (I'm picky -- I use one paper for my to-do list, but a different kind for my writing.)

If you want the best of both worlds, you (that is, me) have three alternatives: 1) use a "disc" system like Levenger's Circa or Staples's Arc, 2) use a spiral- or comb-binding system and build your own notebooks, or 3) use the Five Star Flex Hybrid NoteBinder.

I actually have a spriral-binding system, and it works pretty well, but it's expensive and less flexible. The disc systems look nice but you have less flexibility (buy a $40 punch, and lose out on all the three-ring accessories out there).

So. Mead. The Flex Hybrid is the best choice, but it's not perfect. A notebook's gotta know its limitations.

You've got the flexibility and simplicity of a three-ring binder: Paper choices, ease of using a standard hole punch to put anything in it, simple archiving into standard three-ring binders, and lots of accessories if you're that type.

And you've got the flip-the-cover-around ease of a spiral notebook. (I've seen some comments like, "Oh, please, that's not important. But we all know it is, don't we. Else we wouldn't be here.)

So where does it fall short? A few small ways, but worth noting.

The cover is cheap plastic and feels that way. Great for a schoolkid for sure, but you won't be dazzling anyone in an office. (Then again, I don't care about that. You might.)

The bigger issue is the ring system. (I'll post a photo here if I can.
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46 of 53 people found the following review helpful By PS Jordan on December 9, 2011
Color: Black Verified Purchase
Great in concept, lacking in execution. Just another product where you are left wondering "did the folks who designed and manufactured this EVER bother to actually use it?".

Materials are good, included jackets are useful, sizing is good, etc.

However, the most important part - the rings - are poorly designed (flexible plastic) and executed. Paper and dividers hang up EVERY time you turn a page. The rings are made such that for loading large groups of papers you'll need to feed each of the three holes through a pointed, curved, flexible section of the plastic rings. A real pain.

Bottom line: if you are putting things in and out of this binder often, look elsewhere. And once in there, just turning a single page turns into a 4-5 second double-handed operation. If you are loading it up and then storing it for infrequent use, maybe this product would be fine.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By M. Lorentz on February 28, 2011
Color: Black Verified Purchase
I am a college student who got tired of carrying big 1 inch binders or notebooks around for each class, and switching them out between classes, when I rarely got or needed papers in class. This note binder has given me one small thing to carry around to every class. I really like the style of rings it uses to hold the paper and folders. They are not loud like traditional metal rings (too loud to use much during a lecture) and they are very flexible and don't get bent in my backpack. I recommend this notebinder for anyone who needs the flexibility of a binder and the portability of a notebook in a small, quality package.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By raviendha on August 30, 2011
Color: Pink Verified Purchase
UPDATE July 2012: I have used this binder for several classes and have to say it is pretty sturdy. It has held up quite well. I still wished it had a little more support but overall, I like this binder and recommend it.

I've been using 3 ring binders for years. I love being able to pull my notes out, rewrite them, and/or reorganize them. However, the binders often seem bulky and take up a lot of room in my backpack or on the desk. When I saw this product and read the reviews I thought it was the perfect solution.

I really like how I can fold the cover and pages around to the back. However, it seems a little too flimsy for me. Not enough support (just the opposite problem of traditional binders, unfortunately). In other words, this is not a good binder to use in your lap. It's not the end of the world since I can put another book or binder under it to write but keep that in mind if you plan to use it while lounging at home.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By dinosaurgirl on December 27, 2013
Color: Blue
The concept of this Flex Hybrid NoteBinder is excellent and was exactly what I was looking for. Most binders are bulky and also difficult to write notes with the pages inserted. Notebooks don't have the versatility of a binder since you can't add additional pages (such as handouts or differently ruled paper, for instance) and you can't remove and replace the pages. Thus the hybrid binder is a GREAT idea.

While it has more good qualities than bad, I find that the bad qualities overwhelm the good and make it significantly less useful.

Good:
1. One can completely fold the NoteBinder so that it lies flat on either side, which means one can take notes on both sides of the page, and that the entire notebook doesn't have to be wide open.
2. It's light.
3. It's flexible and more durable than a cardboard binder. It's able to lie flat, unlike most flexible binders.
4. As mentioned above, pages can be inserted and removed. One can add graph paper, hand outs, additional dividers (it comes with 2 heavy-duty and 3 light-duty dividers, each with pockets), etc.
5. Rings are durable.

Bad:
1. *The biggest problem*: the rings are too large and flexible for the holes of most paper I have used (including the paper it came with). This leads to A LOT of paper tearing (even when using reinforcements), and A LOT of difficulty turning pages. This one problem alone has made me switch back to traditional binders.
2. Without the traditional metal or rigid plastic rings, inserting and removing paper is more annoying because rings on the NoteBinder are longer and flexible.
3. The gap in the plastic rings often comes open when one does not want it to, and paper often gets stuck in the gap. This contributes even more to the problems in number 1.
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