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Rubbermaid 3-Hole Plastic Edge Strip Magazine Holder

4.5 out of 5 stars 220 customer reviews
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Product Description

Magazine holder fastens to standard three-ring binders so you can easily store standard-size magazines without the hassle of hole punching. Simply slip the magazine through the long slot. Plastic edge is three-hole punched for easy snap into rings.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 0.2 x 1 x 11.6 inches
Item Weight 0.2 ounces
Shipping Weight 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Department Files & Filing Supplies
Manufacturer Newell Rubbermaid
ASIN B00007M9IU
Item model number RUBT02802
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4.5 out of 5 stars 220 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #30,330 in Home and Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home and Kitchen)
#121 in Home & Kitchen > Storage & Organization > Office Storage & Organization > Desk Supplies, Organizers & Dispensers > Pencil Holders
#4,497 in Home & Kitchen > Home Décor

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By M. Critz on August 4, 2007
I am a longtime homeschooling mother and have now used this item for about 2 years. This item has been very helpful in regards to organizing workbooks that don't have 3 holes punched into them. I use 3 ring binders and then slide the workbooks into the magazine holders which I then place in the 3 ring binders. These are a must for any homeschooler. The only downside is that the plastic isn't a strong as i would like. If the binder is dropped then the holders may break just from the impact thus the 4star rating. Otherwise, i highly recommend these as an organizational tool. M Critz
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I wish I knew about these years ago. This is the best way I've found to neatly organize magazines. Sure, it's not the cheapest (3 ring binders are getting expensive), but a lot nicer than those cardboard boxes. Amazon was the only place I found them. My local office supply dealers never heard of them. Great product!
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I am a genealogist and routinely recieve related magazines. These holders are ideal for keeping the magazines ,in order, in a large 3 ring binder.
Thank you and I do hope you always continue carrying this product. I used to get this product at Office Depot but they no longer carry it in there stores.My source became limited, which is, also, why I ordered such a large amount, just in case.
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I ordered 3-Hole Punched Plastic Edge Strip Magazine Holders for Ring Binders for myself and fellow choral singers to hold music safely in black folders for performances. They came within 2 days - in time for an important concert and fulfilled our needs perfectly!
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I bought these to hold my sheet music for a choral group since three-hole punches are a no-no. It was
helpful to access each piece of music quickly and slip it off for a rehearsal. The plastic is a bit flimsy, but
the convenience is worth it.
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These have a size limitation for vertical length (binding side) of the publication. They won't work with magazines like Martha Stewart or Wine Spectator. Also, they are quite flimsy making it difficult to actually access the magazines.

Even with those limitations they are about the only item that allows for neat storage of magazines.
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Keeping scrapbooks of my travels is must for me. These holders allow me to insert the various guidebooks, programs, or brochures that I pick up at each site easily in with my pictures & other souvenirs. They take up very little room and keep all my memories of each trip organized in one place.
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I thought the larger measurement given was the length of the hole through which the magazine would fit, but it is not so my magazines do not fit them. I will have to find some other means of storing my magazines.
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