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Rexel A3 24 Pocket Clearview Display Books - Black (Pack of 5)

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Rexel A3 24 Pocket Clearview Display Books - Black (Pack of 5)

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Size:5pk

The versatile Rexel ClearView display books are a great way to present and display projects and portfolios. The professional look of the books makes them perfect for use in the office or at home. These are available in document sizes of A3, A4 and A5 and with various numbers of display pocket sizes giving you the freedom to find the ClearView display book that is suitable for your needs.

With 24 A3 sized pockets up to 48 pages can be displayedin a single black display book and there is additional space inside to store even more. The copy safe polypropylene packets ensure your work is kept in pristine condition thus always giving your work that professional look which is perfect for business presentations or for storing portfolios. The front pocket is framed which allows for full personalisation and gives you the ability to suit it specifically for your portfolio or for your business. Inside the front pocket there is storage for a business card, a disk and a CD which makes it an excellent product to store multi media items and bring them to presentations in a professional manner.

Rexel A3 24 Pocket Clearview Display Books - Black (Pack of 5)

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