|Brand Name||ACCO Brands|
|Item Weight||15.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.6 x 1.9 x 0.9 inches|
|Item model number||A7072385|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||A7072385|
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ACCO Paper Clips, Economy, Non-skid, #1 Size, 100/Box, 10 Boxes (72385)
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- 100 paper clips per box, pack of 10 boxes (1000 total)
- #1 size clip, ten sheet capacity; non-skid ridged wire eliminates risk of slipping
- Paper clips feature standard wire construction; zinc galvanized plating resists corrosion and lends silver color
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ACCO Paper Clips, Economy, Non-skid
ACCO has every type of product you need to get the job done right! ACCO Business Essentials products feature a mix and match line which specializes in helping you stay organized. Paper clips of standard wire construction are cost effective and deliver high quality paper fastening. Zinc galvanized plating protects clips against corrosion and provides standard silver color.
- Zinc galvanized plating
- Silver finish
- Holds up to ten sheets
High Quality Paper Fastening
Non-skid ridged finish prevents clips from accidentally slipping off papers. Zinc galvanized plating protects clips against corrosion and provides standard silver color.
Paper clips of standard wire construction are cost effective and deliver high quality paper fastening. Holds up to ten sheets securely and zinc galvanized plating resists corrosion. Available in smooth or with non-skid ridged wire to further eliminate risk of slipping. Silver finish; 100 paper clips per box.
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Top Customer Reviews
In all fairness though, we're not going to melt these down and build a bridge out of them, they're for holding pieces of paper together and they seem to do that fairly well. Just don't expect to overwork them, or overload them, or bend them too far...