OFFICE SUNDRIES 

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A category for irregular or miscellaneous items not otherwise classified

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  • DESK TIDIES
    Desk Tidies - a container for holding pens, pencils, etc. that is kept on top of a desk
  • ERASERS
    An eraser (US and Canada) or rubber (elsewhere) is an article of stationery that is used for removing pencil markings. Erasers have a rubbery consistency and are often pink or white. Some pencils have an eraser on one end. Typical erasers are made from synthetic rubber, but more expensive or specialized erasers are vinyl, plastic, or gum-like materials. Cheaper erasers can be made out of synthetic soy-based gum.
  • FOLDBACK CLIPS

    A foldback clip, or a binder clip, or a banker's clip or foldover clip, is a simple device for binding sheets of paper together. It leaves the paper intact and can be removed quickly and easily, unlike the staple.

  • LETTER TRAYS

    A plastic moulded tray used to store letters and other documents thereby enabling you keep your desk neat and tidy.

  • DESK ACCESSORIES
    You spend a lot of time at your desk. Why not furnish it to suit your style? While cluttering your desk with a ton of stuff is never a good idea, decorating it with the right stuff that keeps you productive and happy is important. Doing so also makes your desk both functional and fun and is a great way to keep your morale up when things aren’t going as awesome at work as you’d like
  • PAPER CLIPS
    A paper clip (or sometimes paperclip) is an instrument used to hold sheets of paper together, usually made of steel wire bent to a looped shape. Most paper clips are variations of the Gem type introduced in the 1890s or earlier, characterized by the almost two full loops made by the wire. Common to paper clips proper is their utilization of torsion and elasticity in the wire, and friction between wire and paper. When a moderate number of sheets are inserted between the two "tongues" of the clip, the tongues will be forced apart and cause torsion in the bend of the wire to grip the sheets together. Too many sheets will cause the elastic limit of the material to be exceeded, resulting in permanent deformation.
  • PUSH PINS

    thumb tack (North American English) or push pin is a short nail or pin used to fasten items to a wall or board for display and intended to be inserted by hand, generally without the assistance of tools. A variety of names are used to refer to different designs intended for various purpose. Thumb tack and push pin are both sometimes compounded (thumbtack or pushpin) or hyphenated (thumb-tack or push-pin). Thumb tacks made of brasstin or iron may be referred to as brass tacksbrass pinstin tacks or iron tacks, respectively. These terms are particularly used in the idiomatic expression to come (or getdown to brass (or otherwise) tacks, meaning to consider basic facts of a situation. Drawing pin or drawing-pin refers to thumb tacks used to hold drawings on drawing boardsMap pin or map tack refers to thumb tacks used to mark locations on a map and to hold the map in place.

  • SCISSORS

    SCISSORS are hand-operated cutting instruments. They consist of a pair of metal blades pivoted so that the sharpened edges slide against each other when the handles (bows) opposite to the pivot are closed. Scissors are used for cutting various thin materials, such as paper, cardboard, metal foil, thin plastic, cloth, rope, and wire. Scissors can also be used to cut hair and food. Scissors and shears are functionally equivalent, but larger implements tend to be called shears. A large variety of scissors and shears exist for different specialized purposes. Scissors are now normally designed ergonomically with composite thermoplastic and rubber handles which enable the user to exert either a power grip or a precision grip.

  • SELF ADHESIVE NOTES

    Self-adhesive notes, also called "sticky notes," are partially adhesive, detachable note papers that have revolutionized memo making. Throughout the country, it seems almost every surface in an office is amenable to the little yellow notes: they're stuck to desks, computers, files, folders, and rolodexes.

  • SHARPENERS
    A pencil sharpener (also referred to as a parer or topper in Ireland or pointer in Donegal, Ireland) is a device for sharpening a pencil's writing point by shaving away its worn surface. Pencil sharpeners may be operated manually or by an electric motor
  • BATTERIES
    A battery, which is actually an electric cell, is a device that produces electricity from a chemical reaction. In a one cell battery, you would find a negative electrode; an electrolyte, which conducts ions; a separator, also an ion conductor; and a positive electrode.
  • CLIPS, PINS, FASTENERS
  • BOOK COVERS

    book cover is any protective covering used to protect the book.

  • POP UP FLAGS

    A pop-up flag is used to mark certain points in a document or book etc. to which one wants to draw attention or be reminded off.

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