4" ReBinder Select Recycled Binders

$ 11.99

4" ReBinder Select Recycled Binders

$ 11.99

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4" Ring Diameter and 4.69" Spine Width

This is the big daddy - the 4" ReBinder Select recycled binder is our largest capacity binder fitting a whopping 690 pages of paper.  Constructed of durable 100% recycled chipboard, the ReBinder Select solid cardboard binder features a minimalistic design and removable three ring mechanism making this truly recyclable.  Don't let imitations fool you - this is the original recycled binder that started it all in green office products.

Customization

The 4" ReBinder Select is also available in custom printed binders, or customize it yourself with Guided binder labels.

Each ReBinder comes with our one-page labeling system at no extra charge. It's just like a viewbinder, but without the landfill. Easily print right from your computer to customize the front, spine and back of your binder.

Specifications

  • 4" D-Ring, removable 3-ring steel assembly
  • Spine Width 4.69" W
  • Front and Back Cover Size: 11.875" W x 11.625" H
  • Max Capacity: 690 sheets of 20 lb. 8.5" x 11" paper
  • 100% recycled corrugated cardboard, 85% post-consumer and 15% post-industrial
  • Binder Label System: One sheet of our versatile adhesive label system is included with each binder if selected.
  • Each ReBinder Select is debossed with Guided branding in the lower bottom section of cover
Note: Due to the variety of recycled content, the shade of the natural Brown Kraft color may vary.

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    Patrick Anderson P.A. Patrick A.
    4",2",1" ring binders

    Just purchased a slew of these d-ring and round ring binders and they looked great and seem to function very well. The natural craft brown color is a nice look and is easy to add printed labels to or do your own designs or graphics on. The rings are sturdy, they may not be the best binders for constant or hard use, but for light use or storage they should be good. Eco friendly was not even my first concern, but its a nice added perk, they are much cheaper than most cheap plastic binders that really don't last all that much longer and then just add to the waste pile of plastic crap. If you wanted to use them for school, you might want to spray coat them with shellac or waterproof them, but for inside use they are fine. You can paint or draw right on the covers.