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Pioneer Jumbo Magnetic Page X-Pando Album, Hunter Green


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Hunter Green
  • Quality clear plastic overlays self-adhere to pages, securely holding photos
  • Twenty 12" x 16 1/4" pages hold all popular size prints, including panoramics and enlargements
  • Stainless steel screw-post binding accepts unlimited refills
  • Washable Endurahide padded cover with gold tooling
  • Deluxe cover with rounded corners and rounded expandable library back spine
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Pioneer Jumbo Magnetic Page X-Pando Album, Hunter Green + Pioneer Jumbo Magnetic Page X-Pando Album Refill + Pioneer P6A Extra Variety Pack 5, 8, 12mm Extension Posts (6 sets) f/all Post Bound albums
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Product Details

Color: Hunter Green
  • Item Weight: 4.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B00004ZC8O
  • Item model number: JMV-207HUNTERGREEN
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #128,294 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

Color: Hunter Green

Magnetic 12" x 16-1/4" pages hold all popular size prints, including panoramics and enlargements. Quality clear plastic overlay self-adheres to pages, securely holding photos. This album features rounded corners and a rounded expandable library back spine to accommodate unlimited refills Style No. JMV. It initially has 20 pages 10 sheets. Deluxe padded color covers accented with gold-tooling


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Customer Reviews

Well made and high quality.
cpetemn
There is no limitation to where and how you put pictures on each page, and you also can put any size pictures in this.
Silo 51
Easy to apply the photos and remove.
Jade daniels

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Janet on December 11, 2001
Color Name: Navy
I have been using these particular photo albums for 12 years and am generally very pleased with how well they preserve photos. The major problem is that when more pages are added, the covers tear away due to added weight and stress. I have recently discovered that putting metal washers under the screw pegs substantially increases the durability of the album. They are not, I repeat, not infinitely expandable as has been implied by the manufacturer in the past, but they can be expanded safely with the additional reinforcement afforded by metal washers.
Otherwise, these are the best hobby-level albums I've used. I've tried a lot of albums.
Janet Arrowsmith-Lowe
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By David Lozinski on January 30, 2005
Color Name: White
These albums are fantastic in that I can put *ANYTHING* in them anyway I want, and not have to worry about "sticky stuff" ruining the items. The clear coverings are held in place by some sort of "static", not glue. I shoot mostly 4"x6" prints, and can fit 6 on a page when laying them all out horizontally. Sometimes I mix and match... putting 6x4s in with the 4x6s. The pages can even hold 8x10 images, and special photos you might get while on vacation spots. For example, when you ride a roller coaster and have your photo taken on the coaster... you can fit the photo and the cheezy books amusement parks usually put them in, within this album. Best of all, these albums conveniently fit in a bookcase like a regular book, and they come in an assortment of colors... I color code my albums, using a different color for each year. That is, 2000 was in green, 2001 in blue, 2002 in majenta, etc. Makes it easier. :-]
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Silo 51 on April 30, 2001
Color Name: Burgundy
This album is so cool. There is no limitation to where and how you put pictures on each page, and you also can put any size pictures in this. It gives you so much freedom, and realy do make your pictures look better. There is a glossy peelable film plate on each page, you peel that open, and put the pictures in. The pictures stick on the surface, now you put the film plate down. The only problem with this is sometimes the glossy film plate gets air bubbles in it, and you have to redo some procedures. But that doesn't really matter. Another problem is the album is huge, hard to take it around. Also, you are suppose to be able to add unlimited amount of new photo sheets into this thing.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Tammy K. on February 24, 2001
Color Name: Royal Blue
The Pioneer X-pando jumbo magnetic photo album is more than a photoalbum. It's more like a scrape book. We put pictures, airline tickets, titles, foreign money, maps, tokens, cards, along with the pictures. This makes our album more fun to look at. For example for our trip to Washington DC we put parts of the map to the National Zoo along with the pictures we took there and for our honeymoon we put things like our airline tickets, some foreign money, and even a flat shell we found on the beach! The other benefit is they are expandable. you just add the refills (they say they are unlimited but really you can only add about maybe 4-5 refills per album). The albums may be a little more expensive but are worth it. We highly recommend them (we have 7 of them!)
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Pammi17 on February 22, 2006
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
I have been using these photo albums for almost 20 years. The photos I put in them back in 1987 and 1988 look as good today as they did then. I don't know what other people mean who say they ruin their pictures -- perhaps they get their film developed at some cruddy service place which uses cheap chemicals and paper. I like the capacity -- any size photo up to 11 x 14; great room for making nice layouts with mixed sizes of pictures; room for extras and captions, even. I have put in newspaper articles, cartoons, and stickers -- anything relevant to the photo subject of the pages. I print all captions on cardstock on my computer, cut them out, and add them to the album pages. I even went back and re-did albums I put together as a teenager in the 1970s. I color code each album by year. What also is nice about this company is that, like Crayola crayons, they issue new colors every so often and "retire" others. I have albums ranging from the basic burgandy, navy, green, brown, and white. I also have teal, mauve, turquoise, and light blue. I agree that the cover holes around the posts do get warn; I'll look into the washer trick. I've been using strips of duct tape inside the little cardboard fold over portion (so it isn't visible). Long live Pioneer albums!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 8, 2002
Color Name: Hunter Green
I have several of these albums and will continue to buy them. As I take panoramic photos it's good to have an album that can fit these and other photo sizes in them. And they come in a wide variety of colors so I can keep some organization to the albums for different photo subjects. With additional pages I can expand the books but that can also be a drawback. Too many pages make the books heavy.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 24, 2001
Color Name: Royal Blue
excellent photo album! It's more like a scrape book than a photo album. you can put panoramic photo's, larger photo's, titles of events (ex. our trip to Washington DC), souviners (we put some foreign money from our vacation, maps of museums, and airline tickets, etc). They make your photo's more fun to look at because you can add so many other things to your pictures.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Silo 51 on May 9, 2001
Color Name: Burgundy
After the initial excitment, I have started to dislike this album. Because it only has 10 pages (20 sides), it took just me three weeks to fill it up. Then I had to buy more fillings (which is available from ...). five pages of filling cost 7 dollars, it's expensive. Especially considering its awkward design, I don't like it much. Pick up something that uses soft sheets and has cheap fillings.
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