|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.2 x 5.2 x 7.1 inches|
|Item model number||73569|
|Number of Items||1|
|Sheet Size||see description|
|Manufacturer Part Number||73569|
Oxford Poly Index Card Binder, 3 x 5 Inches, Color Will Vary, Includes 50 Pre-Punched Cards (73569)
|Price:||$6.65 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25. Details|
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- Durable poly binder for storing and transporting note cards
- D-rings for added capacity
- 2 dividers allow for separation of notes
- Interior pocket for additional storage
- 50 pre-punched cards included
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The Oxford Poly Index Card Binder features 2 dividers which allow for separation of notes and an interior pocket for extra storage. This durable poly binder has D-rings for added capacity - holds up to 50 index cards. Included are 50 white ruled, pre-punched index cards. Assorted binder colors include: blue, green and burgundy (color will vary).
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The D-ring mechanism is firmly attached to the cover. It looks like the whole binder assembly will be durable and provide service for a long time.
The D-ring mechanisms on all 3 binders I have work smoothly and close tightly. Also on all 3 binders I have, the two halves of both D-rings are well aligned. That means the index card holes won't get torn up when flipped through the binder.
A clear vinyl semicircular sheet is attached to the inside of the front cover, forming a slip-in pocket of sorts. This looks rather handy, though I have not used it yet.
Two section separators are included with each binder, being the same material and color as the cover. You can write on the tabs of the separators with a Sharpie pen and the ink does not rub off.
My only quibble with the product is the index cards that came with the binders are a bit light weight. The paper quality is good--you can erase pencil without rubbing away the paper itself. But the light weight of the paper allows it to sometimes get grabbed by an eraser and pulled into a bend.
50 index cards come with the binder. You could fit 100 or more of the light weight cards in the binder. So the good news is there's plenty of room inside to use 50 heavier-weight cards if you want. The holes on the index cards are punched so they center very well on the D rings, which means they flip smoothly and easily. But because they are light weight, I find it difficult to easily separate the cards with my fingertips when flipping through. Maybe the cards will separate better over time as they get used.