Marbig Kwik Zip Refillable Display Book

Marbig Kwik Zip Refillable Display Book
FEATURES * Unique Kwik Zip action allows you to easily remove, replace and interchange pockets without having to undo the whole book * Folds open 180° making it ideal for photocopying, presentations etc * Give your presentations and documents a professional look * Extra wide book to house dividers and bulky papers * Made from strong, environmentally-friendly polypropylene
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