|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||11.2 x 9.4 x 0.3 inches|
|Item model number||75243|
|Assembled Length||11.25 inches|
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Avery Clear Binder Pockets, Acid Free - 5 Pack (75243)
|Price:||$4.26 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
- Acid free and archival safe for maximum protection
- Durable poly material resists tearing
- Holds more than 70 pages
- Includes five binder pockets
- Allows you to store papers in a three-ring binder without punching or folding
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I have ordered these over and over. They are very handy, and they are sturdy. For example, I use a three-ring notebook for preparing my tax returns, and these pockets are great for multi-page 1099's. If a Form 1099 is just one page, I put it in a sheet protector, but if it's multiple pages, and I need to get lots of information from it, I put it in an Avery 75243. I prefer this package of 5 clear pockets to the comparable product (Avery 75254)which has assorted colors. I use the pockets in conjunction with Avery Big Tab Extra Wide Insertable Dividers, i.e. AVE 11223, which is a set of 8 clear dividers. The extra-wide dividers' tabs stick out beyond the width of the pockets [and the sheet protectors].
The front of the pocket is slanted; the top edge begins on the left about a half-inch above the upper hole, and extends down to about the half-way point on the right side. So, the contents stay in the pocket fairly well, but are easy to remove when you want to remove them.
As of 2/9/15, these pockets are not nearly as nice as they were in the past. The plastic seems to be a bit thinner. But more importantly, the width of the pockets has been lessened by almost 1/4 inch. The right edge is now crimped rather than folded over and crimped on the back. Maybe they hold 20 sheets, dunno. But the materials don't glide in and out easily anymore. A bit of a pain in the you know what.
Too bad Avery had to cheapen them. I'll be looking for a substitute.
The first thing I noticed was that these pockets are made of a lighter weight plastic. The second thing was that two of the five pockets didn't open all the way down the side seam. Because there is very little leeway, an 8 ½ X 11 sheet didn't fit. Luckily I was able to very gently separate the 2 sides without ruining the pocket. Then I was able to fit 15 sheets of 20# stock into each pocket.
I only hope that they will be as durable as my old pockets - but I doubt it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These were exactly what I needed to add a pocket to my students' memory books. It held all those small special items that could not be stapled into the booklet!Published 1 month ago by Barbara VanderVeen
Exactly what I was looking for to use with my 3-ring binder Recipe Cookbook.Published 3 months ago by JPA
Can't get these anywhere besides on Amazon. These packets work great and are solid (they will last you a while).Published 9 months ago by Donna
Heavy duty folder! I used them to hold the kids elementary yearbooks in their school books.Published 10 months ago by Benjamin Whybrew