Kokuyo Campus Smart Ring Binder Notebook - B5 - 26 Rings - Yellow Green

Kokuyo Campus Smart Ring Binder Notebook - B5 - 26 Rings - Yellow Green

4.8 (6 reviews)
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Kokuyo's Campus Smart Ring binder notebook is ultra-slim and light. As with binders, you can re-arrange pages by opening the rings, but this notebook is as slim as a regular notebook. Slip several in your bag, and you'll see how easy it is to carry them from place to place. Great for meetings and classes, the notebook has flexible covers that fold back to occupy less desk space. This notebook contains a contents page and 10 sheets of B5 Kokuyo Campus loose leaf paper with 36 lines of dotted 6 mm rule per page. The maximum capacity is 25 sheets.

The notebook comes with a plastic casing that covers the top part of the spine. Carefully remove it before using the notebook.

Paper dimensions: 6.9 x 9.8 inches (17.6 x 25.0 cm).

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The best investment ever...
August 25, 2016
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The best investment ever made! I love my note books. I bought 2 kokuyo smart ring binders last year on August, and they still look like new. Here I am buying 3 more smart ring binders. Honestly the price seems a bit high up-front but judging by the durability thus far they are well worth it! I highly recommend them.
Good for schoolnotes....
January 25, 2016
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Good for schoolnotes.
Excellent little binders....
January 25, 2016
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Excellent little binders. Small size makes them easy to carry. The binding spine is plastic, so I have some concerns about long term durability. I'm worried I may damage them accidentally.
This is such a lively...
January 21, 2016
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This is such a lively color. The instructions were in Japanese, but to open the rings, you push down on the button on the top portion while holding the binder down on both sides next to the rings, if that makes sense.
I stepped on and toss...
January 5, 2016
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I stepped on and toss this binder like 100 times, of course it falls apart with that kind of abuse but it never snaps broken.
I have no problem putting the pieces back together, it's a bit of a puzzle, but after that it holds up my papers like it use to. It's so durable, Just love it!

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