Question for the group: How many use letter/A4 size Circa/Rollabind ?

I stumbled on an opportunity to pick up a large pile of assorted Rollabind stuff: Covers (black and frosted), dividers, cd and disc holders, yadda-yadda-yadda...

A lot of it is for Letter/A4 size, but stuff like the covers can be cut down to smaller sizes.

If there is enough interest, I will happily snag this lot and then put it up on the Bazaar.

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If real A4

If this stuff contains a lots of A4 covers and we could negotiate a deal for shipping to Europe I'd show interest.

What size do you need ?

A4 ?
A5 ?
something else ?
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Myself

I would like A5. And we could simplify and cheapen things somewhat. Ship in bulk to one person, who can then ship off to others within the EU.

Added advantage of doing this. You only worry about one shipping fee, and on this side, we can barter it out various ways. I know of two in this group who are in England. One will be getting a package from me soon, so maybe she could add in a cover--ship to me, and I can ship to her and Reep. What say ye Judy and Reep? Any other takers?

-Jon

Who is your US connection ?

So I can connect with them.

This could work, shipping wise.

However, I double checked the specs on the covers -- LINK and find the dimensions to be 9 1/4" x 11 1/4" -- a bit too short.

Still interested ?
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my mail box?

I've got a PO box in the US. We have a person who checks it weekly, and at the end of the month, ships us all our bills and other things that are in it. If it's "important" she ships it immediately. My parents are also in the Orlando area, and sometimes I have things shipped to them, but our P.O. box is probably best. It's in FL, too, but in the far west of the panhandle. (P'cola area).

That size is odd, but I guess the extra width is for tabs. And yes, too short for A4, but is it worth cutting them up for A5? There would be an aweful lot of wasted plastic, I presume. I could do something, I guess (cut-down tabs, for instance), but is it worth it? I have a ream of US letter, but hate to use it up for this! :-) Hm... tough call. What do you think, Reep?

-Jon

Bother

However, I double checked the specs on the covers -- LINK and find the dimensions to be 9 1/4" x 11 1/4" -- a bit too short.

Are there any of these at 6 1/4" x 8 1/2"

I just measured this size, and it would work just fine with A5 size. So I'd be interested--especially if others were...

-Jon

I'll bother

You can count me in at that size (6 1/4 x 8 1/2).

9 1/4" x 11 1/4"

Only.
I'm sorry.
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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

I'll say it too

Bother!

ISO Standards

Pretty much all paper here (in England) is in ISO sizes with A4 and A5 being the more common. Most printers shipped in Britain assume you're using A4. But A5 is a better size of journals, planners, common place books, etc. I'd go with more A5, which is the size I find most useful, but a few A4 sized ones would be nice-to-haves.

Oooh!

I use letter size. And I'm interested.

Thanks for the offer, but

Thanks for the offer, but I'll pass up on this one - will be making all my own covers and deviders with card stock. But if there is anything that is only available here in the UK and I could ship I'll be happy to help. Also, if I should want to order anything from afar, like the US and others are interested in getting stuff from the same source, I would also be happy to share a delivery.