can someone please tell me what the name of this item is??

Hi, i was just watching this video and saw this guy taking Notes on this miniature binder?? with what looks to be some type of card refills, and i thought it looked ideal for my notetaking at college, can someone please tell me what this item is called, and what those refills are?? i attached some print screens of it, i apologize if its not very clear.

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I've seen them at local

I've seen them at local stores like Walmart and Walgreens... they are probably manufactured by "mead" or a similar company... The little binder has two book rings and is filled with index cards. :)

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I've seen those binders at

I've seen those binders at Wal-Mart, Walgreens and office supply stores.

In the first pic, I thought it was a Mead Ringdex, but the second shows it to be a 2-ring index card binder.

Old Ringdex binder I have is from National

It's quite a few years old, plus it's for 5 x 8, not 3 x 5 cards, but it is the two-ring Ringdex binder and it says National on the inside. HTH

Yup, index card binders

We have a few that are for 3x5" cards (you can buy the cards with prepunched holes, or punch your own - more card style options if you punch your own), and they did, indeed, come from Wal-Mart. I use one for my daughter's Bible memory work. There is a clear pocket inside the front cover, and we keep her "current" verse slid in there. The "old" verses that need to be reviewed occasionally are stored in the rings. The front cover is also a clear pocket, so you can decorate it as you like. :)

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Oxford Poly Index Card Binder

Oxford Poly Index Card Binder

The neat thing is that the two holes are the same distance apart as standard 3-ring filler paper. If you have a standard 3-hole punch, you can punch more cards for this instead of searching for the pre-punched ones.
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thanks so much for your time

thanks so much for your time guys, i really appreciate it, now i actually know what to ask for, in australia we dont have walmart, so would any office supply stores hold these?

You could always...

Get some book rings and punch two holes in your own cards and make your own Ring-Dex
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Standard office supply should have something

Oxford / Esselte is a worldwide brand

http://corporate.esselte.com/enAU/ExistingDealers/default.html

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Australian suppliers

Hi Jared,

Any of the larger office supply companies might be able to order it for you as they stock Esselete. Although I can't find it online in Australia, so it might not be available in Australia. (The closest I could find was "Esselte Hinged Rings" at Officeworks.)

I've never seen them in stock at any of the office suppliers in Canberra. But the suppliers here prefer A5 and A4 sizes.

Here in the UK

We don't have walmart here in the UK either; well not in name anyway. The UK supermarket chain ASDA is owned by walmart and is branded as such. I suspect that it won't be long before the branding is complete and ASDA becomes walmart. Whether ASDA carries the same stuff as parent walmart does I don't know. I prefer to shop elsewhere.

So in this age of globalization might be worth checking if walmart has a share in something near you.

ASDA

Asda is now selling 6x4 index cards plus two types of holders:
* Loose leaf box
* File with two widely spaced binding rings
All very reasonably priced

lol my bad, sorry

lol my bad, sorry Pinkyreeny, i just saw your post correctly about the office supply stores