Midori D-Clips Paper Clips - Original Series - Elephant - Box of 30

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4.6 (5 reviews)
Box includes 30 re-usable animal shaped paper clips.

These clips are so adorable you will want to give one to every one of your office mates! High-quality paperclips are formed in the shape of animals, over 16 different styles are available. Whether you're a tortoise or hippo lover, you can find a clip that is just for you.

Model NumberMIDORI 43151-006
Weight0.9 ounces
Case Color Light Green
Clip Color Silver
Clip Type Wire Paper Clip
Design Style Animal
Material Metal
Quantity in Pack 30
Size - Height 0.1 cm
Size - Length 2.6 cm
Size - Width 1.4 cm

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Although these are a...
April 1, 2015
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Although these are a splurge, they are so cute and I love seeing them in my folder.
Fun and functional -...
March 19, 2015
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Fun and functional - I love all things elephant :)
Great clips, super c...
February 6, 2015
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Great clips, super cute!
Got the elephants for...
October 14, 2014
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Got the elephants for a friend who works IT at the Texas Capitol in Austin. He put a couple on some departmental memos and now everyone stops by "to borrow" clips from him! They work just like any old paper clip, but these elephants also start chuckles and conversations!
I love these paperclips!...
April 5, 2014
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I love these paperclips! The box has a nice crisp "click" to it when opening or closing to get paperclips, and the paperclips all hold paper quite well.

I use them as notes to scan things to evernote, or for things I need to remember to finish. I find that an elephant marker helps me to differentiate between "important" and "eventual" when prioritizing schoolwork and other documents.
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