Pioneer Flexible Cover Series Bound Photo Album, Designer Color Covers, Holds 36 4x6" Photos, 1 Per Page. Color: Assorted.

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About Pioneer

Euro designer flexible plastic covers with 4x6 optically clear pockets with a white mesh background. Holds 36 photos. 1-up format.

Pioneer Features

  • Available in various print capacities in both Standard and APS formats
  • Optically clear plastic pockets with white mesh background
  • Euro designer flexible plastic covers
  • Dimensions: 4-3/4" x 6-3/8"

Pioneer Specifications

Photo Size
4" x 6"
Capacity
36 photos
Page Format
1-Up
Mfr #
FC146
SKU
PIFC146

Reviews about this item

Reviewed by 1 customers

 
5.0

Useful and portable

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from WA  -  Photo Enthusiast

Inexpensive way to display images.

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Mary W  Are you able to take the cover out and replace it with paper or a photo of your own?
THOMAS S  The front and back cover cardboards are sealed in place. At your own risk, it would be possible to cut a slot in the vinyl on the inside of the front and back covers and insert a photo, perhaps even letting the original cardboard remain in place to give the covers some extra stiffness. I have lots of these albums, and they make a handy gift. We use them at home, and great-garndma has a few to keep her ever-increasing collection in some compact order. (They are inexpensive enough to give away)
Mary W  Thank you! I'm still debating whether or not to slit the vinyl on the front to add my own picture. I want to use them as recipe books, so a "photo album" cover just won't do! Thanks again for answering my question!
Mary W  Are you able to take the cover out and replace it with paper or a photo of your own?
THOMAS S  The front and back cover cardboards are sealed in place. At your own risk, it would be possible to cut a slot in the vinyl on the inside of the front and back covers and insert a photo, perhaps even letting the original cardboard remain in place to give the covers some extra stiffness. I have lots of these albums, and they make a handy gift. We use them at home, and great-garndma has a few to keep her ever-increasing collection in some compact order. (They are inexpensive enough to give away)
Mary W  Thank you! I'm still debating whether or not to slit the vinyl on the front to add my own picture. I want to use them as recipe books, so a "photo album" cover just won't do! Thanks again for answering my question!
Mary W  Are you able to take the cover out and replace it with paper or a photo of your own?
THOMAS S  The front and back cover cardboards are sealed in place. At your own risk, it would be possible to cut a slot in the vinyl on the inside of the front and back covers and insert a photo, perhaps even letting the original cardboard remain in place to give the covers some extra stiffness. I have lots of these albums, and they make a handy gift. We use them at home, and great-garndma has a few to keep her ever-increasing collection in some compact order. (They are inexpensive enough to give away)
Mary W  Thank you! I'm still debating whether or not to slit the vinyl on the front to add my own picture. I want to use them as recipe books, so a "photo album" cover just won't do! Thanks again for answering my question!
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