Product Details / 3" Recycled Binder
3" ReBinder Original Features & DimensionsMade in America, the 3" ReBinder Original delivers a powerful, environmental statement. This slant-D 3-ring recycled binder is worthy of being available on the same shelf, at the same price, as comparable, less responsible products.
3" Recycled Binder Cover Materials
Made of rigid 70% recycled corrugated cardboard manufactured in the United States, the 3" ReBinder Original meets the stringent industry standards for LEED certified architects, builders and trainers. The 3" ReBinder Original cover is fully recyclable so that it does not end up in U.S. landfills.
3" Recycled Binder Ring Mechanism
Instead of using permanent rivets, we affix the steel rings on the 3" ReBinder Original using two screws and t-nuts. Since this innovative ring mechanism is removable, you can transport the pages to a different ReBinder or reuse it with a replacement cover.
DIY Binder Customization
Each 3" ReBinder Original includes a one-sheet Brown Kraft binder labeling system that allows you to customize the natural brown spine and covers, eliminating the need for a plastic view binder.
3" Recycled Binder Custom Printing
Guided Products does custom printed binders in-house. See the Customization tab for pricing and details.
3" ReBinder Original Specifications
- Contents per Case: 4 blank 3" ReBinder Original binders and 4 ReBinder label sheets with instructions
- Max Capacity: 600 sheets of 20 lb. 8.5" x 11" paper
- Size: 11.875" L x 11.625" H x 3.875" Spine Width
- Rings: Easily removable 3" slant-D 3-ring steel assembly system
- Cover: 70% recycled corrugated cardboard with at least 40% post-consumer recycled
Customer Reviews / 3" Recycled Cardboard 3 Ring Binder
So far so good!
Review by MSA
We are starting to integrate ReBinders in our engineering office. There are some skeptics, but I think the ReBinder is winning people over as they use them. We'll see how they hold up over time.
(Posted on 11/11/11)
I love my files!
Review by Helen
Hi ReBinder Team,
I give them to my students at
I have turned a lot of students on to rebinder over the last couple of years.
I like that you are doing more product, too!
(Posted on 7/7/10)