GBC® Designer Deco Cube Covers (Pack of 100)
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GBC® Designer Deco Cube Covers (Pack of 100)

Item #: 03POLYDECO
Brand: GBC
FAQ: 2 Questions, 2 Answers
  • Unique cube pattern offers style.
  • Matte frosted finish, dulling hard glares and elevating the look.
  • Cover Size: Size 8 1/2" x 11"
  • Thickness: 16 Gauge
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Overview

For a popular and extremely durable report cover sheet, consider the GBC® designer deco cube covers. Manufactured of a 16 gauge thick poly, this cover stock offers the perfect blend of flexibility and strength, while the unique cube pattern offers style. This clear presentation cover has a matte frosted finish, dulling hard glares and elevating the look. Buy GBC® designer deco cube covers online in 8 ½  x 11" size, packaged with 100 covers per pack.

Specifications

Item #03POLYDECO
ManufacturerGBC®
Manufacturer Part Number2001832G
UPC/EIN33816065703
Quantity100
ColorClear Matte/Frost Poly
MaterialPoly
Cover Size8 ½" x 11" with Square Corners
Cover ColorClear Frost Deco Cube Pattern
Weight / Thickness16 Gauge
Shipping Weight (lbs)5.4

Description

GBC® Designer deco cube covers come in a quality and durable 16 gauge thickness and have a clear matte/frost finish with a decorative cube pattern. Because these GBC covers are clear, you can see your first page through the pattern, but the frosted matte finish reduces glare and adds extra appeal. The designer cover stock offers a unique and upscale look and comes in 8 ½" x 11" sheets.

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Frequent Asked Questions

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Are they thick covers?
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A

Yes! These 16 gauge poly covers are thick and durable, while still being flexible.

Answer by Binding101
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How easy is it to see through them?
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A

They are a matte cover, so are not perfectly see-through and offer a frosted-view of your first page. Take a look at the photo gallery to see the close-up photo and how the hand shows through.

Answer by Binding101

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