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Product listing: you will get 1 binder cover, 12 clear A6 binder zipper pockets, 12 budget sheets and 1 sheets adhesive labels; The complete set is suitable for storing banknotes, invoices, cards, stamps, etc., to help you maintain detailed budgets and expenditures to make life be organized
Budget sheets: adopting quality double-sided printing paper with 6 holes reserved vertically, these budget sheets can be easily applied with most A6 binder notebook; 12 Sheets of paper are enough to record your daily budget
Clear pocket: PVC budget envelopes are soft, tear-resistant, waterproof, and the transparent material makes them clearly visible, allowing you to quickly and easily identify the storage contents; Its zipper closure give better to the inner storage and you can use the provided label to classify each zipper pocket or budget sheet
A6 binder cover: made of quality PVC soft film, this loose-leaf binder cover is durable and not easy to wear, multi-colored appearance increases beauty; It also has a strong metal snap closure, and the steel 6- can be firmly held paper and prevent page from falling, convenient to use
Multi-purpose use: A6 binder cover set can be applied as budget wallet, loose-leaf notebook binder, receipt organizer, sticker and stamp book, or personal planner, etc., nice for home, school and office use; It can be served as an thoughtful and practical gift to family or friends
Package Contents: 1 x Binder 12 x Budget table 12 x Binder zipper pocket 1 x Label
Only the above package content, other products are not included. Note: Light shooting and different displays may cause the color of the item in the picture a little different from the real thing. The measurement allowed error is +/- 1-3cm.
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