|Item Weight||1.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13 x 2.8 x 12 inches|
|Item model number||D-251-PUR|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||D-251-PUR|
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Case-it 2-Inch Ring Zipper Binder, Purple, D-251-PUR
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- 3-ring zipper binder with 2-inch O-rings
- Outside full mesh pocket and 2 inside pockets perfect for calculator or other stuff
- Constructed of Tri-lobal nylon with a built-in handle and shoulder strap
- Built-in handle and shoulder strap
- Unique angled zipper design for easy opening and closing
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The Case-it D-250 Zipper Binder is an efficiently designed 3-ring binder with 2-inch O-rings, rigid body construction and a handle and shoulder strap. This convenient binder also features a full mesh pocket on the outside and two inner pockets for easy organization. The D-250, like all of Case-it's binders, uses Kraft board instead of PE board to give its binders a firm, stiff shape that won't buckle or warp. The spine is specially designed so that your binder can lay flat when open, making it easier to add or take papers out, and to take notes in. Case-it produces quality binders offering unique organizational tools for school or home use.
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Top Customer Reviews
My fifth grader's school recommended these on their annual school supplies list, this year they want every student to get this or something very similar so they can help the students work on being better organized. I balked at the price and size of it at first but once it got here I thought it was pretty great. It's very sturdy and tough and seems like it will last all year throughout typical kid roughness. It's been in use a couple of weeks now and is going strong. I love that it can hold so much, she's already got a ton of stuff in it. And the best part is being able to zip it closed so random little things my kid shoves in there actually stay in there as she hauls it around the school all day from class to class.
I think I may just have a bad one though because I truly believe all the other reviews of this binder are excellent. You can tell it's well made/
UPDATE 7/19: Amazon was amazing and sent me a SECOND binder due to my unhappy review. Unfortunately this second binder doesn't keep the rings shut either. I didn't want to write back due to the great customer service, but I hate this binder. Every time I open it, my papers fall out everywhere and I have to spend lots of time aligning them back up. Was quite an embarrassment at my show Friday.
When school started this year, I made the mistake of buying a regular old binder for my 4th grader. Within the first few weeks, the plastic pockets on the inside of the binder had been stuffed with notebooks and folders and completely ripped out. Plus the math workbook, which was stuffed inside the binder, slipped out as she was walking out of the classroom and was accidentally left behind at school.
After this trauma, I decided to invest in a zipper binder. Anything to keep the onslaught of papers contained!
This Case-it binder has been great.
First, it zips closed. Let me say that again...It zips closed. This means that you can turn it any which way and nothing falls out. Nothing. I love this. Homework is zipped in and it stays in.
The binder has both a carry handle on the spine and a shoulder strap. Both are employed by my child.
There are two inner pockets. They are mesh and they're fine for a few things, but my daughter has a school notebook (like a composition book) that she wants to put in the pocket, along with a manila file folder. It takes a bit of work to get these in. I wish the pockets, or at least one of the pockets, was just a little bit wider.
She's able to put her math workbook in the binder and zip it in, too. The math workbook hasn't been dropped since I bought this new binder.
I'm really happy with the Case-it binder.
Apparently the zipper and ring-lock mechanism are both too loud for his classroom.
Oh well he's got this teacher for two years, best not wake the dragon.
We had to go with a cheaper, "quieter" binder that will probably die within the year (or not. he is seriously careful with his school supplies. unlike the kids I grew up with).
If the company makes a stealth, super quiet version I'd buy it.
I prefer to buy quality items that will withstand use.