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Clipco Binder Clips Micro 1/2-Inch Black (144-Pack)

 $8.95

144 Bulk Pack of Black Binder Clips

  Clipco Binder Clips Micro 1/2-Inch Black (144-Pack)
  Clipco Binder Clips Micro 1/2-Inch Black (144-Pack)
Shiny silver lever arms
  Clipco Binder Clips Micro 1/2-Inch Black (144-Pack)
Strong metal clamps with a opaque black finish
Contains 12 boxes with 12 binder clips
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Clipco binder clips are made of durable, long-lasting materials that are perfect for your every day needs. Ideal for schools, offices and home. This binder clip is made of steel with a smooth black powder coat finish and nickel plated handles. The clamp action is strong to secure paper documents and for a multitude of uses. Clipco offers a 100% satisfaction money back guarantee.
The current price is $8.95.
The overall customer satisfaction rating of this product is Very Good with a score of +0.65.
The current sales rank is 6248.
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What are fans saying?
They are perfect for my needs.
These clips are perfect to organize small amount of papers.
These binder clips are as good as any that I have ever used and an excellent value.
I use binder clips for assignments and just keeping all of the students' work organized, and these are awesome.
Works just as well as the name brand, but it is much cheaper to buy these!
What are haters saying?
The order came fast but it was the wrong product and I was disappointed.
Clipco- you incorrectly labels your binder clips and it's very inconvenient and misleading.For ACCO, Universal, Staples, OfficeMate, etc, the sizing for binder clips is as follows:-MICRO is 1/2" wide-MINI size is 5/8"wide (sometimes 9/16")-SMALL is 3/4" wide-MEDIUM is 1 1/4" wide-LARGE is 2" wideFor Clipco the sizes are as follows:-MICRO- Clipco says it has Micro 1/2 inch size but they are actually 5/8 inch wide.
So Clipco categorized them correctly but measured them incorrectly.
Also, you have 3 choices if you want to be helpful:1) Make clips that match the industry standard for size/width if you want to use the same names/labels for sizing as everyone else!2) Just use the actual width in inches or cm to label them.
), etc.3) Use the correct/common labels for your binders that DO match the industry standard... And then make up different names for your sizes that DON'T match the industry standards, ie:-Mini- 5/8" (don't call them micro!
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