Kokuyo Campus Clear Pocket - A5 - 20 Holes - 8 Sheets

Kokuyo Campus Clear Pocket - A5 - 20 Holes - 8 Sheets

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4.8 (4 reviews)
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This is a pack of 8 clear sheet protectors that you can snap into 20-ring A5 size binders. This allows you to store sheets of various sizes, without having to punch holes through them. Convenient uses for these sheet protectors include storing receipts, business cards, or miscellaneous notes. Each pocket comes with a blank yellow sheet of paper inside.

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I purchased these to...
February 21, 2015
Verified Purchase
I purchased these to use with the Kokuyo Campus Smart Ring Binder A5, but quickly found that they are noticeably wider than the binder cover and pages. This leaves some of the pocket exposed beyond the cover, but doesn't case an issue since I carry the binder in a Lihit Lab Teffa Bag in Bag. I can fold over a standard Letter size (8.5" x 11") page and fit it neatly in this clear pocket. I loaded multiple in my Smart Ring binder to carry various pages I need for reference.

I recommend these, but it would have been nice to know that they were not exactly A5 size, but wider, and would not fit within the dimensions of the Campus Smart Ring Binder.
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These pockets are really...
March 12, 2015
Verified Purchase
These pockets are really useful for slipping A5 paper/business cards etc in and out for meetings. You can also slot in half US letter paper, but they do stick out of the top slightly. Well made, I will be ordering more of these sleeves soon.
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These are great to add...
August 17, 2015
Verified Purchase
These are great to add things to my notebook that I don't want to put holes in...expensive for just 8, but I can't find them anywhere else.
These are a great combination...
June 5, 2015
Verified Purchase
These are a great combination of being sturdy, and yet flexible. I change the sheets in mine frequently, and I have never had them tear. They turn with the other pages in a pleasing way, without being too rigid or floppy. I think they're a great product, and good value.