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WH Smith A3 Display Book

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Brand: WHSmith / Type: A3 display book

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      13.12.2010 20:00
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      I own about seven of these A3 display books. I use them for art. They are so handy and practical for keeping my art work safe and secure, and they also keep the presentation of my work looking very neat and tidy.
      I've owned loads of different display books over the years but I must say this is definitely my favourite of them all. WH Smith can rarely be beaten on quality and this display book is no exception to this.

      The display book has 20 pockets, which is usually plenty enough for a term's worth of art work. I normally buy a new one for each new project I start.
      They are black and very plain and simple which is perfect as I wouldn't want the design on the book to be distracting or take the attention away from or look better than my art work itself.
      There is a small pocket on the front which has a lined piece of card in, this is handy for writing your name and any other details in so that people know that the work inside belongs to you.

      The normal price for one of these display books is £3.99 which I don't think is too expensive considering how much similar products can cost in some places - I once saw a display book just like this in Staples which cost about £30 which personally I would never pay and think it is just ridiculous. I have seen books cheaper than £3.99 but the quality is never as consistent.

      Overall I will continue to buy these display books and would definitely recommend them.

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