|Brand Name||Five Star|
|Item Weight||1.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||1.2 x 10 x 11.5 inches|
|Item model number||72005|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||72001|
Five Star Flex Red NoteBinder, 1-Inch Capacity, 11.5 x 11 Inches, Notebook and Binder All-in-One (72005)
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- Acts like a notebook; works like a binder. Combination notebook and 1-inch capacity, 3-ring binder includes 80 (60 college and 20 quad ruled) 8.5 x 11 sheets; holds up to 200 sheets total
- Plastic front and back covers fold over to lie flat for easy note-taking, just like a notebook; 11.5 x 10.75 x 1.25 inches overall, Includes 5 plastic pocket dividers (2 NotePockets and 3 NoteProtectors) and self-adhesive labels
- Lasts all year. Guaranteed! TechLock rings won't break or misalign, the rings open easily to add and remove paper and dividers, just like a binder
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Five Star Flex 1 in. Hybrid NoteBinder
Get ready for class with this creative hybrid NoteBinder. It has the functionality of both a notebook and binder. It’s flexible and easy to use with durable fold back covers and virtually unbreakable rings. Holding up to 200 sheets you can take notes, organize handouts, store your class schedule and more. With a variety of cover colors to choose from you can have a Five Star Flex NoteBinder for every subject.
1 in. size holds 200 sheets. Paper and dividers included.
Five Star Flex NoteBinder. Acts like a notebook. Works like a binder.
- Acts like a notebook. Works like a binder.
- Coated plastic covers fold back over the rings to lie flat
- Patented TechLock rings
- 1 in. rings hold up to 200 sheets
- NoteBinder comes pre-filled with 20 quad ruled sheets and 60 college ruled sheets
Comes pre-filled with everything you need: 20 sheets of quad ruled paper, 60 sheets of college ruled paper, 2 NotePocket dividers to store loose sheets and 3 NoteProtector dividers to protect your most important papers.
Covers are designed like those of a notebook. They fold back over the rings to lie flat, taking up less room on your desktop and making it easier to take notes while you are in class.
To work like a binder, Flex has 3 patented rings that are easy to open so you can quickly add and remove sheets. Plus, the rings are flexible and won’t break or misalign.
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Top Customer Reviews
If you want the best of both worlds, you (that is, me) have three alternatives: 1) use a "disc" system like Levenger's Circa or Staples's Arc, 2) use a spiral- or comb-binding system and build your own notebooks, or 3) use the Five Star Flex Hybrid NoteBinder.
I actually have a spriral-binding system, and it works pretty well, but it's expensive and less flexible. The disc systems look nice but you have less flexibility (buy a $40 punch, and lose out on all the three-ring accessories out there).
So. Mead. The Flex Hybrid is the best choice, but it's not perfect. A notebook's gotta know its limitations.
You've got the flexibility and simplicity of a three-ring binder: Paper choices, ease of using a standard hole punch to put anything in it, simple archiving into standard three-ring binders, and lots of accessories if you're that type.
And you've got the flip-the-cover-around ease of a spiral notebook. (I've seen some comments like, "Oh, please, that's not important. But we all know it is, don't we. Else we wouldn't be here.)
So where does it fall short? A few small ways, but worth noting.
The cover is cheap plastic and feels that way. Great for a schoolkid for sure, but you won't be dazzling anyone in an office. (Then again, I don't care about that. You might.)
The bigger issue is the ring system. (I'll post a photo here if I can.Read more ›
If the above hasn't scared you away, this is a pretty practical way to combine multiple things into one. Because the D-rings are not metal and the fabric spine is not fixed material (that's what enables it to be convertible like a notepad), you have a lighter, more flexible (material wise) binder-notepad.
The whole thing is about 11.5 by 11 inches, and it comes pre-assembled with the following goodies (all are removable):
a) two open-faced semi-see-through pocket-sheets with a smaller closable mini-pocket (think envelope size) on the bottom (closable but not sealed, smaller things (eg business cards) may fall out). Regular paper is held in place by the pocket on the bottom and a top left side protector. With these, roughly the top half of the papers you put it are exposed on the front side
b) three semi-see-through plastic sheets that protect the paper on both sides and has a mini-tab on top for closing them in
c) sixty sheets (120 pages) of college-ruled 3-hole punch blank paper to write on
d) twenty sheets (40 pages) of graph 3-hole punch blank paper to write on
e) sticker with five white write-on stickers to use in the five Tabs (or use your own paper)
The colorful paper on the front you see in the pictures can easily be removed (or torn off) and recycled.Read more ›
~As advertised, worked great as a notebook and binder and folder
~Very durable, I used mine for two years and is still holding up strong
~Holds a lot of paper
~Light and flexible, so doesn't weight my bag down or take up too much space in it
~Stickers don't stick at all to the plastic, though you can still customize with tape
~The paper is kind of hard to turn in the notebook (but is made easier if you lightly pull the page so that there is resistance where the paper meets the ring, and then you turn the page)
~Buying reinforced paper or those doughnut-shaped reinforcement labels are a requirement. Normal paper WILL get shredded at the holes (the former is more expensive, the latter is a bit time consuming, so pick your poison). Even the paper it comes with starts to get worn down near the holes pretty quickly
~I wasn't a fan of the "noteprotector" tabs that were provided (Instead of easily putting the paper in like a normal pocket, you kind of have to fit the paper perfectly into it, soI ended up not using them)
This is a pretty good product, though it still needs improvements. After a while you get used to knowing how to turn the pages with ease, and switching to reinforced paper made everything easier. And after a while it will acquire scuffs and marks, but it's nothing you can't live with.
All in all, it's exactly what I was looking for and gets the job done despite some annoying flaws. But I'd still purchase another one again, and would recommend to anyone who can live with the faults.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this to replace an identical binder I had after it broke after 2 1/2 years of college use. It's the size of a notebook without the awkward tilt/slant of a binder but... Read morePublished 7 days ago by TTT
I love the way this is set up, however, after one week the three hole punched folder pages ripped out. Every single one of them.Published 12 days ago by SusyQ
I'm a writer so I was looking for a binder that I could my manuscript drafts in as well as put pages of notes in. This fit that need perfectly! Read morePublished 14 days ago by Keertana Srinivasan
I have used this binder for multiple semesters and it works well for me. I use it for 3 or 4 subjects at a time to take notes and keep handouts that we are still working on or... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Todd Snyder
This is THE BEST of both worlds of a spiralesque notebook and a three ring binder. If you're someone who flips the cover around the back to only have one side visible but would... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Esra Caglayan
This is seriously a genius idea. Good job, Five Star. The major pain in the .... though are the rings. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Hen