PlastiKoil Binding Stick 100pk - 05PKBS10PK
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PlastiKoil Binding Stick 100pk - 05PKBS10PK

Item #: 05PKBS10PK
Brand: Plastikoil
  • Simple easy to use design
  • Color: Clear
  • Easy to use
  • Connects large spiral bound documents.
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Overview

Plastikoil Binding Stick is a simple solution for connecting several larger bound documents together. This patented design is very easy to use and does not require additional tools. The stick slides through two document coils and hooks on the top spirals to securely connect separately bounded documents. Ensure that the coil of two documents is alternate so that it looks like a Venn diagram when inserting the stick. With the stick, you can connect as many spiral-bound books as needed. This is convenient for projects and research where many books are involved. This makes the organization and carrying of books easier. Even when connected, the books open nicely as if they are one unit.

Specifications

Item # 05PKBS10PK
Manufacturer PlastiKoil
Manufacturer Item # PKBS10PK
Color Clear
Length 11"
Quantity 100 per pack

Description

Plastikoil Binding Stick is a simple solution for connecting several larger bound documents together. This patented design is very easy to use and does not require additional tools. The stick slides through two document coils and hooks on the top spirals to securely connect separately bounded documents. Ensure that the coil of two documents is alternate so that it looks like a Venn diagram when inserting the stick. With the stick, you can connect as many spiral-bound books as needed. This is convenient for projects and research where many books are involved. This makes the organization and carrying of books easier. Even when connected, the books open nicely as if they are one unit.

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