Naked Binders Are Made of 100% Recycled Content

by , 08/13/10

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Now that the back-to-school season is approaching, you may be on the hunt for some eco-friendly binders and notebooks. It’s important to keep in mind that there are varying degrees of recycled content, and if you’re going to go green, why not go all the way? These durable binders from Naked Binder are made of 100% recycled content and are 100% recyclable, and they come in an array of color and styles – even ones specifically for architects. Check them out here!

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  1. Stor628 August 30, 2010 at 4:21 pm

    Green Books N Binders offers recycled binders at prices comparable to vinyl. You can get a customizable Low-Carb Binder for half the price of other manufacturers.

    Their website is Definitely worth a look!

  2. rob dillon August 18, 2010 at 1:29 pm

    I know Officemax and Amazon online both sell ReBinder\’s line of binders and accessories. All natural brown and 100% recycled.

  3. We Are All Together August 14, 2010 at 7:08 pm

    Actually I think the most expensive binder is for the larger ones and its like $10, so if the $27 includes shipping I don’t think that’s too bad. I have some of their binders and I have to say that I love them. They’re super durable and are really cute. I use them for my daughter’s health and school information, in my office, and I even have a couple that I have put pictures in–totally cute.

    AND I have found that they actually are pretty comparable price wise with vinyl binders, but obviously you wouldn’t want to buy vinyl because its really unhealthy for humans and the environment. AND they are going to last for YEARS! No more going to the store every six months to buy new ones. Love that! So, I’m pretty happy with my Naked Binders.

  4. n3w_bo0ts August 13, 2010 at 5:57 pm

    It’s going to cost me $27 to buy two of these binders. Aren’t there any other binders out there? I’ve been to staples, Office Depot and Target. They DO have SOME all cardboard binders, but they are x3 more expensive than the vinyl binders- which HAVE CARD BOARD IN THEM. I don’t understand how this can be possible.

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