|Item Weight||3.88 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.4 x 6 x 2.2 inches|
|Item model number||68185|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||9 x 5-9/16 Inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||68185|
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Smead 68185 Self-Adhesive Poly Pockets, Top Load, 9 x 5-9/16, Clear (Box of 100)
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- You'll find hundreds of uses for these handy pockets
- Self-adhesive on the back side, they adhere to file folders, binders, pockets, jackets anywhere you need to store small items
- Made from crystal-clear, durable PVC free poly with permanent adhesive for years of service.
- Available in a wide variety of sizes
- Made of durable, tear proof and water resistant poly material
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Keeps smaller items safely attached to larger files. Adhesive on the back affixes to binders, notebooks, file folders, file cabinets, even dry-erase planning boards. Clear poly front keeps items visible. Clear poly material is tear- and water-resistant. Acid free, PVC free and archival quality.
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I realize that two years have past, so I am able to accept that this happened. However, when I was looking up my original purchase to see how much I had paid, I noticed that the top customer review described two similar experiences over a shorter period of time. Also, in my things, I found several sizes of poly-pockets with closures that I purchased in May 2003 (over 14 years ago), and they still looked and worked as well as the day I purchased them, so it is not necessarily a problem across the board with this type of product. I remember that I purchased those pockets in a brick and mortar store, and I unfortunately do not recall the brand.
All that said, when I looked at purchasing a different brand because of the issues (and because I only need 10 or so at this time), the per pocket amount for the same size of other brands is at least three times the cost of this product and often far more. Thus, I will be purchasing these pockets again and hoping that I use at least a third of them prior to them becoming impossible to remove from the backing. If you will not be using enough of these labels to justify the cost relatively soon, however, I would probably go with a small quantity of a different brand because you cannot count on these to be usable down the road.
I print the contents of each box onto 3x5 notepaper, and slip the index into one of these sleeves that I have installed vertically on the storage box. The source for the contents index is kept in Notes on my iPhone which syncs it across to everywhere I want it to be. So if I want to find something, I can just start typing in Notes' search and it pops up the label for that bin-box.
Between Notes and iCloud and these envelopes and the notepaper, I have distributed inventory management system -- at least enough of one for my purposes.