BOOKLET Paper - Coil Bound Ref No: 407-GT

  • Large number of pages
  • Strong & flexbile coil spring
  • Professional looking

Pricing & Options

Max width: 26
Max Height: 13

$26.49 $26.49 for each

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Effortless Elegance: Introducing Coil Bound Booklets

Spring-Like Coil:
Experience the convenience of spring-like coil binding that elegantly holds your booklet together, ensuring easy page-turning and durability.

Versatile Format:
Embrace the flexibility of a versatile print format that suits a wide range of applications, from professional presentations to creative portfolios.

Professionally Adapted:
With relevance across diverse professional settings, Coil Bound booklets are the perfect solution for conveying information, ideas, and designs effectively.

Incorporating a spring-like coil binding, these booklets showcase a sophisticated binding method. The book's cover and pages are seamlessly united by a spiraled coil, threaded through precisely punched holes along the spine. Renowned as both Spiral Binding and Coil Binding, this method is cherished for its simplicity and popularity.

Size, materials, finishing - anything you look for is here.

Customizable size
We offer a diverse range of sizes , alongside we also do custom sizes tailored to your specific needs, demonstrating our commitment to accommodating all requirements.

Different cover stock
To ensure we meet all our customers' needs, we're pleased to offer the option of different materials for the cover stock, providing a unique and varied tactile experience between the cover and inside pages of the booklet.

High quality paper material
Our options include cover weights of 9pt and 11pt, as well as text weights of 60lbs, 80lbs, and 100lbs, ensuring that we can meet all your needs across various types of projects. You will also have the option to choose between Silk Paper and Gloss Paper.

Saddle stitch vs Coil bound booklet
Saddle Stitch Booklet: Saddle stitch booklet is created by folding sheets of paper in half and stapling them along the fold (the spine) to create a binding.

  • Advantages:
    • Cost-effective for smaller quantities.
    • Offers a professional appearance.
    • Suitable for booklets with fewer pages.
  • Disadvantages:
    • Not suitable for booklets with a large number of pages.
    • Pages can come loose with heavy use.

Coil Bound Booklet: Coil bound booklet is created by punching holes along the edge of the pages and then threading a plastic coil through the holes to bind the pages together.

  • Advantages:
    • Durable and long-lasting.
    • Allows the booklet to lay flat when opened.
    • Suitable for booklets with a large number of pages.
  • Disadvantages:
    • Can be more expensive than saddle stitch for smaller quantities.
    • The coil can sometimes snag or become bent with rough handling.