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Office Depot A4 Premium Punched Pockets - Top And Side Opening - White Spine - Pack of 25

Viking Number Q2D-3363133

Sturdy pockets for the papers you use most

Reinforced spines are the perfect solution for storing those documents you are always pulling in and out. Go for the classic top loader or the one that's also slit open halfway down the side for even easier filling

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£7.79
Pack
(£9.35 incl. VAT)
Qty.
ex VAT
incl. VAT

1-2
£7.79
£9.35

3-5
£7.49
£8.99

6+
£6.29
£7.55


Description

Sturdy pockets for the papers you use most

REINFORCED AND MULTI-PUNCHED. The pocket spine has additional strength to support the pocket in any binder.

REDUCED GLARE. Embossed pockets ensure you can view the enclosed documents in any environment.

TOP AND SIDE OPENING. The easiest pocket to insert paper into as the pocket is open on two sides.

EXTRA CAPACITY. Pocket has an expanding pocket which makes it ideal for storing bigger documents.

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Specifications

Viking Number Q2D-3363133 
Colour White Spine 
Finish Embossed 
Number of Pockets 25 
Perforation Yes 
Qty per Unit 25 
Thickness Of Material 90 
Unit Pack 
Brand Office depot 
EAN 8717868049783 
Opening Top and Side 
Size A4 
Office Depot A4 Premium Punched Pockets Top And Side Opening White Spine Pack of 25
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Reviews

Office Depot A4 Premium Punched Pockets - Top And Side Opening - White Spine - Pack of 25 reviews verified by Reevoo

Value for money
7.0
Overall rating
5.5
Scores 5.5 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
3 out of 10

mario

loanhead, edinburgh GB
+
does the job in the most basic form
The space in the pocket is very tight as 1 A4 piece of paper is difficult to get in, and this defeats the purpose
Confirmed purchase: 01 November 2012
Published on: 18 December 2012
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