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Deflect-O Stand-Up Double-Sided Sign Holder, Plastic, 8 1/2 x 11, Clear

by deflect-o |
Item # 362084
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Model # DEF69201 |

Product Details

About this item

  • Plastic sign holders for use on desk or tabletop
  • Allows viewing from two directions
  • The product slides in from the bottom of the sign
  • Holds paper sizes of 8.5" x 11"
current price: $8.58
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Description

Protect your signs or notices with the Deflect-O® Stand-Up Double-Sided Sign Holder, Plastic, 8 1/2 x 11, Clear.

Is It Easy to Use?

Yes, the Deflect-O Stand-Up Double-Sided Sign Holder, Plastic, Clear is easy to use and allows viewing from two directions. The freestanding durable plastic T-frame holder protects your signs or notices and allows you to easily move signs wherever you need them most. Also, change out your documents with ease thanks to the convenient open-bottom design of the display sign holder.

Where to Use?

The Deflect-O Stand-Up Double-Sided Sign Holder, Plastic, Clear is great to use freestanding or for use on a desk or tabletop. Use the display sign holder at your restaurant or bar to display specials and menu items. Or you can use the sign holder stand to notify people where you might be if you're not at your office desk. The uses for this display sign holder are endless.

Paper Size

This display sign holder displays papers that are standard letter size. The orientation of the documents is best suited for portrait orientations, while the plastic sign holders are best suited for standing on some sort of desktop or table. The double-sided sign holder comes already assembled so you don't have to worry about any issues that often occur when trying to put together a product. The plastic used to make these display sign holders are derived from nature such as natural gas, oil, coal, minerals and plants. In fact, the very first plastics were made from nature: the rubber from a rubber tree is considered a plastic. The interest in using plastics first arose in the 19th century and has now become extremely commonplace. Simply, plastics are chains of polymers that are linked together, and this is why many plastics have "poly" at the beginning of their names like "polystyrene."

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