Avery Heavy-Duty 5" EZD Ring Binders with 9-pocket pages

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Avery Heavy-Duty 5" EZD Ring Binders with 9-pocket pages

Post by l0qii » Mon Jan 30, 2017 4:41 pm

For those of you that store cards in binders, what kind of binders and pages do you use? For the last 20 years or so I've stored all my sets in Avery heavy duty 5-inch D-ring binders. The run about $25-30 online (more if you try to buy them in a local store), but I've found that they fit 100 9-pocket pages with 2 cards per page (double-sided) perfectly.

I like D-rings, because as you probably know regular O-ring binders can damage cards in the first few pages by pressing them too hard against to ring, so the D-rings solve that problem. Also the rings are connected to the back of the binder instead of the spine, which makes opening and closing it much easier. For pages I've always used Ultra Pro platinum like I assume everybody else has, but I also have a pile of PKK Ultimate pages, which seem to me to be identical in quality. Has anyone else used these?

Anyway, I've consolidated my collection a bit and now have 2 of these binders and 200+ pages available. If anyone want's them PM me an offer. I'm not looking for much.

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Re: Avery Heavy-Duty 5" EZD Ring Binders with 9-pocket pages

Post by GlobalBoosterHunter » Tue Jan 31, 2017 2:05 am

I am trying to find sheet lifters for my albums.


Some come with the albums but I am having trouble getting them for my other albums, seems the four ring binders we have in Europe and Australia are not well catered for.

I am going back to boxes for storing my cards. I never flip through the albums anyway and they take up too much space.

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