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Magnetic windows Tabloid incl. cut out (US size)

United States "Tabloid" size magnetic windows with cutout. Magnetic document holders and document pockets are a perfect tool for visual presentation and visual management. The inside of the window is cut out which enables you to write directly on the document without the need of removing it from the document folder. Using this magnetic window lets you present information professionally, at home or at the workplace.

  • Item number USMV30020
  • Price excl. $ 11.95
  • Price incl. $ 14.46
  • VPE per piece
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Product specifications
  • Item number USMV30020
  • EAN-code
  • VPE per piece
  • Product variation Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, Black, Gray, Silver-gray
  • Product size Tabloid
  • Measurements (outside) 31,1cm x 46,4cm
  • Measurements (inside) 27,7cm x 43cm
  • Magnetic Yes
  • Available sizes A3, A4, Letter
  • Width of border 1.7cm
  • Window measurements 3.1cm from the outside
Product description

Magnetic window Tabloid with cutout

The magnetic windows or magnetic frames consist of a transparent plastic sheet, with a 1,7 cm-wide coloured border. The product has magnetic strips on the back. The inside of the window is cut out to enable you to write directly on the underlying document without having to remove it from the document holder. 

The document holders are durable and available in 8 colours: red, blue, green, yellow, orange, black, grey and silver. They are available in portrait or landscape. Because they are magnetic, the document holders can easily be stuck onto any steel surface such as whiteboards, machines, cabinets, etc.

The magnetic windows are available in tabloid and letter format. If you are looking for quantities in excess of 100 items, please contact us. Magnetic windows are essential for a proper implementation of visual management in the workplace. They can be used in several ways, for example:

  • Visualisation of OEE forms that allow you to write onto them directly
  • Checklists and focus lists on information boards that also need to allow users to write onto them directly