|Item Weight||2.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3.7 x 13 x 13.1 inches|
|Item model number||D-146-BLK|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||D-146-BLK|
Case-it Mighty Zip Tab 3-Inch Zipper Binder, Black, D-146-BLK
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- 3-ring zipper binder with 3-inch O-rings
- 5-color tabbed expanding file
- Gusseted zipper allows access to inside file
- Built-in handle and shoulder strap
- Unique angled zipper design for easy opening and closing
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From the manufacturer
- Patented Angled Zipper Keeps Gusset Out of the Way When Writing
- Guaranteed to Last the School Year
- Handle and Shoulder Strap for Easy Carrying
The Mighty Zip Tab
- 3-Ring Binder, 3” Capacity
- 5-Color Tabbed Expanding File for Important Papers and Documents
- Inside Mesh Pockets Holds School and Professional Supplies
- Zippered Binder Secures All Materials from Loss or Damage
- Ripstop Material’s Square Pattern Traps Punctures to Prevent Tearing
The Case-it D-146 Mighty Zip Tab Zipper Binder is an efficiently-designed 3-ring organizer with a five-color, tabbed expanding file folder. This large-capacity binder also features a gusseted zipper for easy access plus a carry handle and shoulder strap for versatile mobility. The zipper has a unique angled design to make it easier and quicker to zip things up when packed with your important papers and materials. The D-146, 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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The hard cardboard or plastic (I don't know what it is) that makes the front and back covers stiff, and is covered with the "fabric" is quite stiff. I'd say stiffer than some past notebooks my son's have used. So I expect it to hold up better than some past binders.
This notebook also has a nice handle along the spine, as well as a long, adjustable strap, for carrying the binder, if you don't want to put it in your backpack.
As far as this binder not fitting into a backpack when several large textbooks are present (as another reviewer stated), the solution is to purchase a large backpack with a large base/bottom. For example, this binder fits just fine, with room for at least 3 text books in the Dakine 33-Litre Campus Pack Dakine 33-Litre Campus Pack and Dakine Campus Laptop Backpack whose base/bottom measures 9.5"X8" and widens to 13" in the middle. A school backpack's base size is important, not so much the volume. I know this because I've tried other packs that had the same, or larger, volume. But they didn't work as well for school packs because its the base/bottom size that is more important for carrying books (as opposed to camping, hiking, etc.) So get the right pack.
i do agree with a previous reviewer, that the accordion file section is a waste of space. But, it doesn't take up that much room and can easily be cut out with scissors.
UPDATE (October): 1 quarter down (and 3 to go) and these binders are still looking good and functioning as they are supposed to. No problems with the rings. No fraying or missing edging. No rips/tears/etc.
UPDATE (December): Well, the semester is almost over (1 week to go) and this binder has held up like a trooper. And boy do I mean that. My high school freshman has his jam packed. And, when I say "jam packed," I mean it is full to it's limits! Over Winter Break we will go through it and file away things he doesn't think he needs anymore in his desk, so he has room to "jam pack" it during the second semester. All bindings and everything are still intact. The 3 metal rings are still working.
UPDATE: May, 2014: School will be out in 3 weeks and this binder is still going strong! My kids might even be able to use it next school year. Great purchase and value!
UPDATE: January 2015: My younger son is using his same binder from last year and we are through the 1st semester and it's still going strong! My older son wanted a new binder (Actually 2 smaller ones because he has "A" and "B" days in high school and that way he only needs to carry 1 smaller binder, for 3-4 classes each day, rather than one large binder for 6 classes. I bought him 2 of the same brand, just smaller/thinner.) But "oooh" and "ahhh" to THIS binder. 1.5 years and still going strong!
Final update: March 2016: I only buy this brand for my boys now. They are truly amazing. My younger son used his 1st one for 1.5 school years and then something happened to the rings (which might have been his fault - I'm still skeptical), so I bought him a new one. If I was in a financial "pinch" he would have kept using it, as it was more annoying that unusable. Since this initial purchase, I have bought this brand from Amazon in various sizes, depending on my kids' needs, and they are all equally durable.
Thank you Case It for finally making a durable binder in a variety of colors and sizes!
I am a senior in high school. Every year in high school I have used one large binder to organize all my papers, writing utensils, and loose leaf. My teachers tell me I must have an individual binder for each class. I ignore that, as it is impractical and requires far too many binders. Every year I buy a binder and about 4 months into the year it breaks, and I buy a new one to take me through the final four months. Normally I am very suspicious of built in folders and pencil cases like this Case it Binder has, but I ended up buying this one for a change. I am so happy I did this! This binder has not broken in any way for 10 months... The only warning I would provide prospective buyers is that when you open and close the rings, use the lever, don't just pry the ring with your fingers. If you pry the rings, as I did for the last three years, the ring you pry will gradually be unaligned and this is incurable.. If you use the button, as I did this year, you will have no problems...
This is the best binder I have used so far!