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    Enclosed 3-ring binders needed for negs

    I need a replacement for 3-ring binder boxes like these:http://www.adorama.com/catalog.tpl?o...d&sku=FSPFWBBK I need one-piece boxes with 1.5" D rings, are easy to open/close, and keep dust out.
    I got some others since the Workbox was discontinued and they have small d rings which aren't cutting it. I don't want these:http://www.printfile.com/black-safe-t-binder.aspx
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    I'm using the Besfile Archival Binder With Rings from B&H.
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    Quote Originally Posted by resummerfield View Post
    I'm using the Besfile Archival Binder With Rings from B&H.
    Unfortunetley, that looks to be the exact product (different name) I mentioned NOT wanting. What size rings?
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    http://www.printfile.com/black-portf...x-binder2.aspx

    I love these. 1.5" rings. Keep the dust out. Put a couple of pouches of desiccant in the box to account for humidity changes. They stack nicely too.
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    I use these
    http://www.adorama.com/FSBBBKL.html

    A fully enclosed archival box which makes storage, presentation, and transportation of photographic work easy. Store your slide, negative and print pages with the secure knowledge that they will stay clean and safe. The Adorama boxes featur a sleek, contemporary design and are made of archival quality polypropylene.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brianmquinn View Post
    I use these
    http://www.adorama.com/FSBBBKL.html

    A fully enclosed archival box which makes storage, presentation, and transportation of photographic work easy. Store your slide, negative and print pages with the secure knowledge that they will stay clean and safe. The Adorama boxes featur a sleek, contemporary design and are made of archival quality polypropylene.
    looks exactly like the one I don't want, only bigger. The rings look small. What size are they?
    The issue with the small rings is having a hard time filling the binder with negs and adding/removing pages. I can't fit nearly as many pages in the recent replacements I've got. It was easy with the Workbox style rings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wildbill View Post
    Unfortunetley, that looks to be the exact product (different name) I mentioned NOT wanting. What size rings?
    You're right, wildbill, the Besfile Archival Binders have 1-inch rings.
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    I use Century Binders

    www.adorama.com/FSCA2.html

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    Man, it sucks when they stop making things you love and the closest alternatives are 3x the cost.
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    I don't wanna spend $45 each for these. Anyone got any plastic Workboxes?
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    I know what I want but I just don't know how to go about gettin' it.-Hendrix

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