Framatic Frameless Glass Clip Picture Frame for a 8x10" Photograph, Black


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About Framatic

With only a few small metal clips retaining the glass front and no molding at all, the Frameless clip frame is practically frameless. With the Framatic clip system, no hardware is removed when loading the frame, and it takes only secondsto do so.

Our exclusive system has stainless steel clips retained by injection molded buttons welded to a styrene plastic back. A press of the finger releases the clips for loading, then returns the clips to secure glass and artwork.

The clips adjust to accommodate up to a double mat. The clips come black or chrome. The buttons serve as hangers as well as floating the frame 1/2" away from the wall. Edges of the glass are ground smooth.

Available Sizes* 5 x 7, 8 x 10, 8.5 x 11, 8 x 12, 11 x 14, 12 x 12, 12 x 16, 12 x 18, 16 x 20, 18 x 24, 20 x 24,

Framatic Features

  • Patent pending wood clip frame design with easy to use clips
  • Wood moulding keeps back rigid and flat and provides hanging rail
  • Wood moulding creates stand-off that ?floats? glass 9/16? away from wall
  • Clips expand to accomodate 3 mat thicknesses
  • Edge of glass is polished

Reviews about this item

Reviewed by 2 customers


Good Product-Poor Handling by Adorama


from Mountain Lakes, NJ  -  Semi-pro Photographer

These frames are very useful, decorative and well-lmade. Great for custom groupings. However, Adorama shipped one frame which not the same as the other seven. It took much too much effort on my part to convince Adorama that they had erred. Finally, they grudgingly allowed mt to reurn the "oddball"


Nice frame for the price


from Enid, OK  -  Photo Enthusiast

Good frames for the price[...]


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Shopper  I have a concrete wall and the frames need to be both framless and light. Also what can I use to attach the frames to the wall?
Andrew R  To mount these to concrete you will need either concrete anchors or adhesive hangers designed for use on concrete and plaster.
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