|Item Weight||1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||14.2 x 3.1 x 3.9 inches|
|Item model number||2515660A|
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GBC ProClick Spines, 0.5 Inch, 85-Sheet Capacity, Black, 25 per Box (2515660)
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- Creates a sleek, professionally finished look. For 11" Size documents.
- Fast and easy, it opens and closes with a special tool for quick edits.
- 32-ring plastic spine lets pages lie flat with 360° rotation for convenient note taking and photocopying.
- Use with any WireBind® binding system or with pre-punched paper.
- Box of 25
- Use with any WireBind binding system or with pre-punched paper.
- Box of 25 pieces
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I do note that if I'm off alignment when hand pinching the two ends together, that the pin won't go into the hole. Sometimes I will run the Zip Tool over the spine again. The Spine does get more flexible and easy to work with after repeated applications, and that's not just the assembler learning a new skill.
My experience may not be helpful for those who have been working with ProClick splines, but it may help the newbie:
1. Be very careful when inserting paper into the punch to make it square. Otherwise, the holes come out on a bias.
2. Limit yourself to as few pages as you can tolerate, given the time it takes to put together an 80 page binder. I use 28 lb paper for its substantial feel, and only put in three pages at once. At most one page when using photo paper, card stock, or covers. (How many times do you want to reprint because you messed up the punching?) By limiting yourself to a few pages, it is easier to slide the set of pages back and forth to check the squareness of what you have inserted.
3. Pay attention to the little slots on each side of the Punch Entry area. Most commercial covers are slightly larger than the paper you are printing. I trim my covers to the same size as the paper, but that is unnecessary.Read more ›
The only problem with the ProClick Spines is that you will need the ProClick pre-punched paper to go with it, and I found the pre-punch paper to be quite expensive. So I simply invested in a ProClick hole puncher and I punch the paper myself. With this being done, I will only use the Proclick Spines for binding.
(I would like someday to become a Vine reviewer. If you like my review please, please give me a good rating... thanks!)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really love these things. I use them to make custom workbooks for my students. They are very sturdy. We open and close them every week or so, and they've lasted months so far.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
It was the wrong item for what I needed, even though number matched that of the binding machine I was using, so am not able to use any of them. Very frustrating!Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Love this things ... so easy to use it .. I'm thinking to get one againPublished 6 months ago by jhoana
Love these. Making my own spiral binding at home is a luxury and these are wonderful!Published 7 months ago by Marilyn
It is very difficult to get the paper on the binding and the binding will pop open when turning pages. Doesn't look very professional either.Published 8 months ago by Joe C