3/16" Clear Plastic Binding Combs
11.29 NewCondition InStock

3/16" Clear Plastic Binding Combs

Item #: 13316CLEAR
Brand: Binding101
  • 19 rings for letter size documents
  • Sheet Capacity: 10 Sheets
  • 11" Long
  • Round Shape
  • 85+ Years Experience
  • Free Shipping $75+
  • Brand New



CLEARANCE SALE - Available Only While Supplies Last
These 19-ring 11" long plastic binders have a 3/16" diameter, which is the smallest binding comb available. They are rated to hold up to approximately 10 sheets of 20 lb. bond copy paper, so are perfect for your thin document binding needs. Since your paper stock and covers may vary, note that your document should be no thicker than about 1/16" total, when laying flat on your table (not pressing it down tight). They are clear and mostly transparent, which actually makes them almost disappear around your document, creating very little impact and allowing your front cover to really stand out. They fit into standard plastic comb punched rectangular holes, such as those made with our plastic comb binding machines. Plastic binding combs are traditional, simple, editable, and easy to use, which makes them one of the most popular ways to bind documents for schools, businesses, and more.
These extra small 3/16" plastic binding combs have been discontinued, but we still have limited stock available! Hurry, these clearance comb bindings are available only while supplies last. Packaged with 100 comb spines per box.


Item # 13316CLEAR
Quantity 100 / Box
Size 3/16"
Color Clear
Sheet Capacity 2 - 10 Sheets (20 lb. Bond Copy Paper)
Recommended Book Thickness 1/16" Thick Document
Binding Style Plastic Binding Combs
Binding Style Plastic Comb Binding
Sheet Size Letter Size [8 ½" W x 11" H]
Number of Rings 19 Rings
Pitch / Hole Pattern Plastic Comb [Rectangle Holes]
Shipping Weight (lbs) 0.6


3/16" Clear Plastic Binding Combs (100/Bx) Item#13316CLEAR

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