The Best Recycled, Eco Friendly 3-Ring Binders

At Naked Binder we talk a lot about how strong our binders are, how recyclable and the recycled materials we use and how other people make their binders and, to us at least it seems that we have made

the best recycled eco-friendly 3-ring binders!

Why we think that is what I hope to cover here.

Naked Binder's New Project BinderThe Hinge.

The hinge on our binders is much stronger than other board binders on the market. Why?  Naked Binder has figured out how to create a hinge without weakening the board we use to make our binders.  This means the front and back covers of your binder will never have to rely on duct tape to stay on.

How to we do it?  We press the hinge directly into our board.  Most of the other eco-friendly binder options out there either rout out  some of the board, which weakens the hinge, or make their binders from three pieces of board help together by tape or cloth. No other binder has ever been tested to 250,000 flexes and lived like the Naked Binder.

The Board in our Bare Board binder.

Naked_Hero_01Naked Binder uses a FSC certified 100% post consumer waste board.  It is incredibly clean, strong and has a nice color. It also makes a binder that is 100% recycled and recyclable.  It doesn’t get any better than that.

Our Project Binders are wrapped in paper, but the hinge is the same and just as strong.

What else?

We like to think our binders look great and stand out in a crowd. Being eco-friendly doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice looks and style.

Recycled, recyclable, strong and good looking.  That is a 3-ring binder to be proud of.

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