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Basic white binders
on September 30, 2013
If you're looking for inexpensive, basic white binders, then these may be perfect for you. I like to use three-ring binders to store materials for my various work projects, and these binders work well for that purpose. They're not fancy, although the front and back covers (as well as the spine) include a clear overlay that allows you to insert a standard piece of paper. Thus, you can label or decorate your binders in any way you'd like. The inside covers include vinyl pockets so that you can store un-punched paper or small materials. The other feature I like is that the three-ring mechanism is not mounted on the inside spine but instead is offset to the right, which allows the notebooks to lay completely flat when open. These notebooks would be particularly good for college or high school students (e.g., storing class notes or turning in projects). The one drawback is that the folders are a bit flimsy looking, so I wouldn't use them for certain tasks (e.g., carrying to class every day). I plan on using them to store work materials, such as handbooks, on my book shelf.