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Avery tubeclip binders keep you organised

Tubeclip file fasteners from Avery are a must have piece of business stationary if you want to get the most out of your filing system. Whether for use in the office or home, Tubeclip binders can help you create more space in your files. They are ideal if you want to maximise the capacity of your office storage space with a nifty, cost-effective device.

Tubeclip fasteners enable you to convert a manila folder or file into a secure document holder. A number of different Avery business stationery items are available. Depending on your requirements, you can opt for basic fasteners suitable for smaller document amounts. Alternatively, you could go for a more robust fastener, which would allow you to place as many documents as you can fit into one folder.

File Fasteners

The file fasteners are adhesive and can be easily attached to your file in seconds. You simply attach as many fasteners as you need, then you can begin using them right away. If you require additional fasteners or more self-adhesive bases, these are readily available for purchase online.

Avery Tubeclip file fasteners are highly robust and ideal for regular use. If you often use files as part of your daily work routine or require secure document storage in an easily accessible format, self-adhesive file fasteners are an ideal alternative to traditional filing formats.

Available packs

A number of different file fastener products are available from Avery. Typical products you will encounter online include the White Tubeclip Self Adhesive Base, the Yellow Tubeclip Fastener Three Piece Set, the White Unitube Fastener, the Blue Tubeclip Fastener Three Piece Set, and the Red Tubeclip Fastener Three Piece Set. Each of these product types come in smaller or larger box sets. For heavy use, you may decide to opt for the 500 set of Tube Clips, although for infrequent usage, you will probably be better off selecting a set of 10.

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