|Item Weight||0.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.4 x 3.4 x 0.1 inches|
|Item model number||16321|
|Color||White Tab with Taupe body|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||10 per pack|
|Manufacturer Part Number||16321|
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Avery NoteTabs, 3 x 3.5 Inches, Taupe with White Tab, 10 per pack (16321)
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- Extra thick material for added durability
- Translucent material is easy to see through
- Completely writable for both tab and body surfaces
- Highlights easily without smearing
- Will not lift ink when repositioning
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These are great- they stick well to notebook paper- these aren't like clings that will fall off-leaving you without your bookmark and the important info. They stick so well I didn't think they could possibly come off without lifting paper bits and pen marks with them.
But they did. They came off smoothly.
I figured- it's textured plastic- I know most of my pens will crap out a few letters into the first word. But all of them wrote on it as though it was paper. I figured- oh sure, now they will smudge.
But the ink stayed true and crisp.
The plastic is lightly textured (not bumpy, but not slickly smooth) and a sturdy thickness (a little stiffer than traditional overhead projector transparencies-like modern day plastic file folders)...
The green of this particular model is light and fresh- noticeable but translucent enough that I can still see writing underneath it....
I can see these as being extremely useful for a few purposes- obviously in notebooks and moleskines... Datebooks... For avid readers or students working on research or reports... I will be using these for my Moleskines but also in my child's workbooks from school- as these don't just pull off with the slightest movement he'll have to keep reminders front and center until he reads them (and not just push them off to the side as he has done with previous book marks)...
I am thrilled with these... The size is adequate for most purposes. I think if you need that much more space you should probably just dedicate an entire page of your notebook to the topic, rather than just a tabbed marker...
I tested it on cookbooks, reading books, documents printed on an inkjet printer, a book with thin pages, our newspaper, glossy paper, & notes written in pencil and ballpoint ink. The only ink/print it lifted was from the newspaper and the pencil. I don't think too many people would use a NoteTab on newspaper anyway. These NoteTabs didn't leave any residue, and didn't cause any damage to anything I applied them to. Avery states that "results may vary depending on paper thickness and type of ink: always test before applying."
Pencil erases cleanly from the note portion of these tabs. I didn't try erasable ballpoint ink.
The note portion of this NoteTab is the same size as a sticky note pad. The see-though green color doesn't cause any distortions & is easy to see through. I like color; as silly as it may sound to some people, it's fun and enjoyable for me to see some color added to my pages.
I like the thickness & quality of these tabs. They're not going to tear if I get careless with my book, & I can turn my pages like I'm using a divider.
There are many, many uses for these tabs. I'm using them to mark my favorite recipes & recording the changes I make to the recipe on the note portion.
You can't go wrong by trying an Avery product; their guarantee states,
"Avery will gladly replace any Avery product that does not provide complete satisfaction."
If you wish to use them in a filing drawer, they are ideal. I HATED those hard plastic tabs that you had to insert into stiff green file dividers. They popped off and the dividers took up room in my already crammed desk drawer. I removed the dividers in my drawer, popped these on top of folders at the end of each section that needed division in my drawer, and they stood up, didn't pop off, bent went I reached for something so they didn't get in the way of or scratch my hand. Nice.
My second use is in notebooks that require division...especially those where I use plastic sheet covers over the paper. For example, I live in a 2 chef household. We tear out recipes we see in magazines or print out from the internet. In order to save these and keep clean when cooking, I slide the recipe pages into clear plastic sheets. Using dividers inbetween my recipe pages just takes up more space AND most dividers are actually hidden behind the plastic sheets since the sheets are held by a tab with holes in it, making their width equal to the edge of a divider page...so dividers rarely did me any good so I went without them. Now I just attach these dividers to the last recipe in each section under my categories such as "breakfast, appetizers, side dishes, meat dishes, fish dishes," etc. I've labeled the tabs and I can locate the section I want easily with only one flip. And they are see through.
While you may not save recipes like I do, I have no doubt any organization whether notebook labeling, folder labeling, file labeling, shoe box labeling, etc. will find them useful for you.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wasn't expecting such a small amount in all honesty. It's not worth it.Published 22 months ago by Jesse Allen Mayo
Glad I was able to find these as they are not available in most stores. Perfect for making notes for my boss before we finalize paperwork. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Honest Shopper
Just what I needed. I will be ordering more of the same in the very near future. Thank you very much.Published on June 29, 2014 by Ronald Hale
As a medical coder, these are terrific for marking the various chapters in the manuals I have to use. Read morePublished on August 5, 2013 by muffinrat
I love these. They have just the right stickiness to be able to re-stick weekly for a year. I put one in my planner as a tab for the week I am in, and then I move it to the next... Read morePublished on August 5, 2012 by D. Jones
These little stick on dividers allow you to turn any notebook into a divided notebook. I usually use smaller notebooks that aren't available with dividers and this has made a... Read morePublished on October 27, 2011 by Joy Morgan
I am using these on another review book to mark particular concepts. Their green vivid color and write-in tabs make it easy for me to remember my thoughts (so I can more accurately... Read morePublished on September 5, 2010 by Kristin J. Johnson
I take a lot of notes when studying and I appreciate that these notetabs are sturdy, stick well, and can be moved around a lot. Read morePublished on July 22, 2010 by Chocolate_therapy